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Pete Cowen Teaches “The Process”

Pete Cowen Teaches “The Process”

We read and hear a lot about “The Process,” but what is it and why is it important? I happened to watch a video of esteemed English Golf Coach, Pete Cowen talking about his teaching philosophy. Who is Pete Cowen, you ask? Well he happens to have coached some of the best golfers from Europe and around the world. With his win at Royal Troon last week, Henrik Stenson joined a distinguished list of Cowen pupils to have won a […]

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Golf Takes TOO MUCH TIME!!

Golf Takes TOO MUCH TIME!!

I am fed up with the excuse golf takes too much time from everyone’s busy everyday schedule. Yes, six-hour rounds during a charity or corporate outing are demanding, but there are many options that do not require committing four-five hours to play an 18-hole round. I would first refute that if everyone would exercise more balance in their daily activities and not waste time on unnecessary tasks, they would have adequate time to spend at least one hour at the […]

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Slow Play Sparks Symposium By The R&A

On Tuesday evening the Back 9 Report did a segment on the Symposium on Slow Play hosted by The R&A. The following is a summary of that discussion. The R&A has deemed the Slow Play issue of such importance, that they hosted a two-day conference on the problem . Golfers have been complaining about 18-hole rounds of golf taking over five hours for years and it drives people away from the game. Golf courses collect fewer greens fees and every […]

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Golf Technology for Old Duffers

My morning routine involves scrolling through my Facebook timeline, while enjoying my first cup of coffee. Recently, I came across an interesting article shared by a friend of mine, Mark Croft, originally posted by David Rallis. It seems Mr. Rallis and I have several things in common. One is a love of all things golf, plus we have both reached our senior years and are amazed by the amount of technology that has invaded our lives, even golf. His article […]

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I admit it – I am a golfaholic, as well as a teaching professional. I have enjoyed playing the grand game of golf for over 40 years. In addition to playing, I find teaching golf very rewarding – I love to see students when they finally hit that great shot, make the long put, chip in or kill that long drive. - See more at: Toledo Ohio Golf Lessons - About Fred