Monthly Archives: June 2019

Taking a Break From Golf.

Breaking up is hard to do.  Absence makes the heart grow fonder.  You don’t know what you got ’till it’s gone.  Sometimes the old adages are right.  If many of you are like me then even when you play A LOT of golf you never play enough golf.  Look, if work and family didn’t take […]

Where Golf is Truly Fun.

Truth be told, I have played a lot of golf in my life.  Not as much as I like, but enough to make most people jealous.  I have been fortunate enough to play from coast to coast.  From venues that have hosted wars at the shore to the home of american golf.  From goat tracks […]

How Iconic is Pebble and the U.S Open?

Some things in life go together so well you wouldn’t think of one without the other.  Think the McCartney and Lennon, the Jackson 5, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Phil and Gambling.  Pebble Beach is the Ying to the U.S Open’s Yang.  Pebble beach opened in 1919 and celebrated its 100th birthday this year.  The old […]

USGA vs The WORLD

Far Hills, NJ… we have a problem. The long standing turf war between the USGA and whomever plays in the U.S Open is starting to rear its ugly head again.  Pebble Beach hosts this years U.S Open and if you listen to most tour pro’s then you would think the USGA is ready to destroy […]

Leave the Pin In Interviews Jimmie James (Played all Golf Digests Top 100 Courses in One Year)

Sometimes when you’re trying to describe something as amazing as what Jimmie James has accomplished it is better to be succinct and let everyone else fill in the details.  “Hello, I’m Jimmie James.  I recently retired and began a one year quest to play the Top 100 Golf Courses in the Country.  I started to […]