Archive for September, 2011

Golf Cartoon #38

Sep 30th

PGA Tour – “Outside the Ropes” with Ian Poulter

Sep 29th

Find out about Ian Poulter’s fashion line, what he dislikes about reality television, and his worst subjects in school. For more, visit PGATOUR.COM.

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Golf Books #43 (Mental Toughness Training for Golf: Start Strong Finish Strong)

Sep 28th
“Dr. Bell’s book does a terrific job at breaking down the tools you need and to practice to become a mentally tough competitor.” – John Dal Corobb0 – 2009 Indiana PGA Teacher of the Year
Scott Stallings: PGA Tour Winner of the 2011 Greenbrier Classic: ” Dr. Rob Bell’s philosphy on preparation is second to none. It allows the player to get out of his own way in order to reach goals both on and off the course.”

” Dr. Rob has developed a road map for success. He is very insightful about what it takes for every player to reach their full potential.” – Mark Guhne – Three Time Southern Conference Coach of the Year

“The practice ideas and tournament mental processes that Dr. Rob Bell reveals in this book are incredibly valuable to a player, coach, or parent. A “must read,” for anyone looking to develop mental toughness.” — -Randy Wylie- Golf Digest “Best Teachers in State”

” Mental Toughness Training for Golf is an excellent resource for coaches and players of all levels. Mental toughness is the final frontier of coaching our sport.” — -O.D. Vincent- 1999 National Coach of the Year

Mental Toughness Training for Golf illustrates how to maximize our preparation. In this cutting edge book, you’ll learn how great coaches and players create pressure in practice, how to build a human taproot, why suffering is needed, and the don’ts of mental toughness. This book not only applies to how PGA Professionals compete in practice, but how you can take the same message to your own game. (source)

Callaway Golf Pro Morgan Pressel on Winning

Sep 27th

Callaway Golf Pro Morgan Pressel explains learning golf from her grandfather and qualifying for the open at age 12. Winners Play Callaway. Visit

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Golf Architects/Designers: Kenneth J. Moddie

Sep 26th

Born in Scotland, in 1965, Ken Moddie studied at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh and gained a BA Honours degree in Landscape Architecture in 1988. Following a period of research with the University he joined the golf course architectural practice of Hawtree & Son in 1989 and established his own firm, Creative Golf Design, in 1998. Ken is a Senior Member and Past President of the European Institute of Golf Course Architects.

During a period of over 20 years in golf course architecture Ken has been involved with a wide variety of projects throughout Europe in countries such as Hungary, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Holland, Portugal and Spain. He has worked on over 20 new golf course developments and advised more than 60 golf clubs on course improvement work, including two Open Championship venues and a number of Open qualifying courses.

New course developments include the Oceanico Millennium Golf Course (whilst an associate of Hawtree Ltd.) in Vilamoura, Portugal; a PGA European Tour standard course at Wychwood Park, Crewe, in the UK; and the creation of a new 18-hole championship links course for the Marine Golf Club on the island of Sylt, in Germany. Smaller projects include the development of a pitch & putt course for the Kevin Duggan Golf Academy at Stockwood Park, Luton, UK (a public/private partnership between a charity and Luton Borough Council), and the planning of a new golf academy and training headquarters for the PGA of Austria, at Schladming, which incorporates a driving range, 3 hole academy and short-game practice facilities. The company is also currently designing new golf course developments in Slovakia, Bulgaria, and the UK. But wait, there’s more

Destination Golf – Murcia, Spain

Sep 25th

Murcia or Costa Calida (Warm Coast) lies in the South East corner of Spain between Andalucia and Valencia, Murcia has a relaxed atmosphere and the locals believe the most important thing is to enjoy life. The province has over 170km of coastline dotted with wonderful beaches in addition to the largest salt-water lagoon in Europe (the Mar Menor), ideal for family bathing as the water here is calm and shallow and 5 degrees warmer than the rest of the Mediterranean.

Murcia enjoys more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and the winters are pleasantly mild and dry. On the coast you can enjoy the stunning cliffs, endless white sandy beaches, pretty ports and undiscovered coves with crystal clear water; the beautiful and historic towns of Alhama, Lorca and Murcia are all well worth a visit if time permits as are the numerous attractive villages that dot the Costa Calida countryside as well as the impressive landscape of the Sierra de Espuña mountains.

But wait, there’s more

Golf Funny Commercial #50

Sep 24th

A 2007 British commercial for Orange. Steven Seagal goes romantic. The movie you’ll never see.

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Golf Cartoon #37

Sep 23rd

Callaway Golf Pro Trevor Immelman on Winning

Sep 22nd

Callaway Golf Pro Trevor Immelman explains golf his family. Winners Play Callaway. Visit

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Thou shall not lose trust in your golf swing #20

Sep 21st

Vaughn Taylor chipping with aplomb at the 18th hole on the 2011 Zurich Classic in New Orleans.

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