You’re invited to the ‘Coaches Coaching Coaches’ Zoom Call today

Whether you are a golf professional or coach—or a golf nerd fascinated by the process of coaching—you are invited to join our weekly Zoom meeting: Coaches Coaching Coaches. Click here to join the call today (Tuesday, April 28) at noon-1 p.m. ET. During the call, golf coaches from across North America share how they have become better coaches and built their coaching business, before and during virus lockdown. The calls are … [Read more...]

Golf Ontario names 2020 Hall of Fame class … and OMG, I’m in it

Golf Ontario announced last week that I have been awarded the Lorne Rubenstein Media Award "presented annually to accredited members of the Ontario media for major contributions to golf." It's incredible to receive an award named after Lorne Rubenstein, my greatest influence in becoming a golf writer. Thanks Golf Ontario for this great honour, and congratulationsto Danny Mijovic for being named to the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame. ONTARIO … [Read more...]

Brooke captures Canadian win in her own unique way

“Well, it’s not a swing you would teach,” opined Judy Rankin during Brooke Henderson’s triumphant march to winning the CP Canadian Women’s Open, the first Canadian victory in our national championship in 45 years. One of the most respected voices in golf broadcasting, Rankin noted specifically that Henderson unconventionally grips down about three inches on all of her clubs, which fellow Canadian Moe Norman was notable for. (Interestingly, … [Read more...]

Why trying to make a good stroke is useless. Set your intentions on sinking the darn thing instead

I'm giving a presentation on Moe Norman on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. at Whistle Bear Golf Club in Cambridge, Ontario. Featuring footage from the upcoming documentary about his life, the talk is called, "What We Can Learn From the Eccentric Genius of Golf." Admission is free, there will be a cash bar and I'll sign copies of my book, The Feeling of Greatness: The Moe Norman Story. Come on out!   Feb. 2, … [Read more...]

Moe Norman mined his own gold; so can you

Ezine #11, August 30, 2017 — Moe Norman lived a bittersweet life. He was the best ball-striker in history but he had an excruciating inferiority complex. Not about his ability to hit a golf ball, but he felt inferior in just about every other way. Most people who are seeking to become better golfers also feel inferior. It’s part of golf's culture. The core message that most people take from golf culture is this:  ‘I am broken and I need … [Read more...]