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Understanding Golf Tournament Formats

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor Nothing beats the excitement and pressure-packed moments of tournament golf. Every stroke seems to count for more, and every mistake is magnified. The good news is you don’t have to be Brooks Koepka or Dustin Johnson to experience these intense moments. Playing in a tournament is a great [...]

Preparation Steps for your Next Golf Tournament

Share this! A good golfer knows that preparation can be the difference between a win and a loss, and a better golfer knows what they need to do to prepare for a big upcoming tournament. The issue that a lot of golfers face when competing is finding a good routine to follow before a competition [...]’s Guide to Surviving Golf’s Offseason

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor Although the PGA Tour has recently improved golf’s relevance through the winter months the vast majority of us experience an offseason from the sport we love. From harsh weather or outright course closures, getting through the dark months with your sanity and your golf swing can be a [...]

5 Essentials for Playing in Your First Golf Tournament

Share this! By Rob Green Your first tournament is always an exciting event. So far, you’ve played largely to gain experience and enjoy some time to yourself, but now you’ve taken the plunge and you’re entered into an actual, real tournament, in which you actively compete against other players. It can be nerve-wracking the first [...]

Golf Performance Part 1

How total body strength, structural balance, and conditioning are more sport-specific than any “so-called” golf specific training protocol By: J.C. Moreau Website: As the sports performance field and its impact on the sport of golf continues to expand and grow in the “Tiger era”, trainers and strength and conditioning professionals continue to attempt to […]

Golf Performance Training Pt II

Part 2: How Balance Plays a Critical Role in Improving Your Score and Preventing Injury By: J.C. Moreau Website: For part two of our installment on performance training for golf we will examine a topic that I personally found somewhat confusing, largely due to my lack of playing experience (and perhaps more importantly ability) […]

20 Tips to Improve Your Charity Golf Outing

Here are 20 tips to help improve your golf outing

Putting Green: Make your golf outing a yearlong event: If your golf outing is on June 22nd, you shouldn’t begin preparing for this event on June 1st.  Set your date and venue early, you might even want to promote next year’s outing at this year’s event…

Golf Performance Training Pt III

Golf Performance Training Part III: One of the two most common “Dysfunctional Syndromes” found in golf athletes and how to correct it. By: J.C. Moreau Website: As we discussed in our last article, when many of thus think of poor balance or “balance training” we revert back to some high wire walking act or standing […]

It’s All About a ‘Thank You’!

So, you held your tournament at a local golf course and everyone had a great time. You met your fundraising goal and are happy that your cause was supported in a great way. The tournament is over, you are already thinking in the back of your head about the next year.  But wait, didn’t you forget something? …

The Most Popular Hole Prize Contest Ideas for Your Tournament

Share this! By: Brian Neufeld, Contributor Charity golf tournaments are typically a jovial affair with more laughs shared than stare downs. That is until a hole prize is on the line. Never will a casual golfer be nearer to PGA levels of pressure than when trying to win that $25 pro shop credit for [...]


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