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JULY 2015 – Relax and let the club do the work. Many players have heard these sage words from instructors or respected elders, and they ring true especially if you have the right club.
Mike Dickerson, a.k.a. “The Golf M.D.,” is ready to help make sure you do have the right club.
JUNE 2015 – A while back I wrote about how the PGA truly needed Tiger Woods. From the endorsements, to the attendance, to the national coverage, to the television contracts and ratings, most know the PGA must prepare for life without Tiger.
PGA commissioner Tim Finchem has made claim after claim the tour will continue to prosper even though it’s No. 1 hero/villain continues to struggle and no longer wears the mantle of the world’s best golfer.
JUNE 2015 – Do you suffer common faults during your golf swing? End your frustrations once and for all. Equipment technology, sport technique and your body are all opportunities to change your game.
I often encounter individuals that have invested a fortune on golf lessons, new clubs, and the latest trend in swing analysis yet failed to achieve their desired performance results.
Many of these individuals failed to work on the one piece of the puzzle that they have full control over, their body.
JUNE 2015 – Although I played baseball on a professional level for more than 16 seasons, I sometimes wish I had played professional golf. Both sports are difficult to master and a very small percentage of men and women are able to make their living at either sport.
JUNE 2015 – “Keep your head down!” How many times have you heard those words right before attempting to execute a better golf swing? Too often, that message translates into an expectation that the head is to be kept still. Not so. In fact, it is not possible!
JUNE 2015 – In 1995, the Internet entered mainstream public consciousness. That year, the United States government stopped funding it with public money. America Online and Prodigy released browsers to offer easy access to the World Wide Web for the general public.
More significantly, on July 1, 1995, Ironhorse Golf Course opened.
Both entities are still going strong.
JUNE 2014 – It is a combination that is hard to beat. The Prairie Band Casino & Resort offers everything you’d want for a Kansas weekend getaway.
It is 15 minutes north of Topeka on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation reservation. Prairie Band offers casino gaming, prestigious hotel accommodations, high-quality dining options, a convention and entertainment venue, and the state’s top-rated golf course, Firekeeper.
MAY 2015 – You finally get some time off in the middle of the week, so you throw “the sticks” in the trunk. You get to your favorite golf course expecting to be able to play 18 without the regular weekend crowd. And then it hits you.
The course is closed for a tournament.
Instead of freaking out, members of the Club Members program simply hop in the car to the nearest participating course and play a round for a flat fee of $20.
“The advantage to the golfer is that it gives them more options to use that special rate,” said Eagle’s Club golf pro Jay Kennedy.
MAY 2015 – It is fitting one of the area’s most venerable courses is named for two of Johnson County’s most fervent recreation supporters.
Wendell Lady and Ben Sykes were Overland Park’s first two chairmen of the Parks and Recreation Committee and relentlessly worked to develop a strong parks system for the city.
Their combined efforts nearly a half century ago led to the acquisition of land for the Overland Park golf course which bears their name. A few years later, their hard work again rewarded the community with the purchase of land which contains the St. Andrews golf course, plus the popular Overland Park Soccer Complex and other facilities.
APRIL 2015 – The endless pursuit of the golfing experience has probably caused more anguish and joy than any other sport in which we participate. Some golfers seek outer guidance for their experience and others blame forces outside of themselves. To those who consider golf as a spiritual journey, we offer up these six golden rules as a guide along your personal golfing path.