Monthly Archives: April 2007

The Snee Farm Member-Guest

The Member Guest is the highlight of the calendar at clubs all around the golfing world…and I just played in a beauty. Snee Farm can only be described, and I say this with respect, as a working man’s club. It … Continue reading

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Why Not?

This poor chap showed up at The Masters with his clubs…thinking that his $1000 practice round ticket included a tour of the hallowed ground. It occurred to me when I saw it that it makes a perfect picture for something … Continue reading

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Did I Tell You How Much I Love Tennis?

Look for my next post: “Did I Tell You How Much I Love Tennis Part II” …and the sequel: “Tennis, Sport Of Kings!” Plus our all new instruction section: “Allison Leggett’s Backhand, Is This Chick for Real???!!!”

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Two Things I Like About Golf Today

I like the fact Zach Johnson showed up for The Heritage…how easy would it have been for him to head for home after the week he had and the aftershock of The Masters…but he didn’t, he’s there. Must say something … Continue reading

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The Old Pro’s Take on The Masters ’07

Regular readers of The Best In Golf know Mike Harmon, my Golf Professional at Secession. Mike knows golf like I know fried food so always has an interesting take on things. Below, with his permission, is the e-mail he sent … Continue reading

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Tears and Fears

Man if you watched The Masters today you witnessed something you never get to see. This afternoon Nick Faldo opened the broadcast with Jim Nantz. He hadn’t walked into Butler Cabin since his last victory…and he cried. The first announcer … Continue reading

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The Best Group In Golf

Golf Groups, Big G intentional, are at the heart and soul (thanks MB) of the game. We all play golf for different reasons. Some play purely for the competition of it…to match their skills up against self or others. This … Continue reading

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