If you’re a golfer in Kentucky, winters suck. Golf season is typically over mid-November and doesn’t start again until early-mid March. Every year when winter hits I tell myself I’m going to work on my game in some fashion in the offseason. I never do. March rolls around I’m kicking myself for not doing something, anything, to keep my game at… Read More »Rukket SPDR Golf Net Review
Golf Ledger started as a way for me to learn to program using the Python programming language and Django framework. It took a handful of months for me to get a grasp on the coding and then another 8-9 months to actually develop the site. The idea was for it to be a better community discussion forum (I don’t care… Read More »Golf Ledger Relaunched
Most amateurs cringe a bit when they see their ball heading for a greenside bunker. For the average golfer, a greenside bunker presents the potential to wreck a round faster than any other shot on the course. Amateurs see how effortless the professionals make bunker shots appear, yet struggle to reproduce that magic themselves. Why is that? My theory is… Read More »The Pocket Bunker Review
If you’re like most, you probably haven’t heard of Snell Golf. Even though you’ve never heard of Snell Golf or its creator Dean Snell, chances are that you’ve played a ball or two that Dean had a hand in creating. Dean is one of the most respected golf ball creators of the last 25 years. Dean worked for Titleist for… Read More »The Snell “My Tour Ball” Review
AimPoint is focused on the science of predictive putt technology, green reading instruction, and player performance analysis, with the goal of improving golf performance and educating golfers in a quick and efficient manner. I was introduced to AimPoint last year when I played a practice round with Preston Combs (pcombs21) for a qualifying event for the Kentucky Open. I was… Read More »I Learned AimPoint Express. Here’s Why You Should Too!