Taking a Little Time Off

Hi everyone. As always, thanks for taking the time to visit my golf blog. You may have noticed the new content has ground to a halt in the past couple weeks after a furious summer full of travel and adventure. Well, even I need a little break from the game every once in awhile. I... Continue Reading →

The Countdown to 1K is on!

Hi everyone! Thank you for checking out my site, whether you are a first-time visitor or a long-time follower. As you may or may not know, I am closing in quickly on a major milestone as a golfer. I am coming up on the significant number of 1,000 different courses played. I am currently sitting... Continue Reading →

The Desert is Calling

Yes, I know it has been awhile since I last posted anything on the site and the content has been pretty slim so far this year. Hopefully that will start to change soon, though I still expect 2017 to be a slower year than normal for me.I am in the process of moving from Orange... Continue Reading →

2016 – A Year in Review

Another year is in the books. As always, I like to take this time to reflect on the year that was and look forward to what next year has in store.2016 represented kind of a “slow down” for me in terms of golf. At least it sure seemed that way because I wasn’t playing quite as... Continue Reading →

Still Alive!

I realize it’s been awhile since my last post, and the posts have been a little less frequent in recent months. It’s true I haven’t been playing quite as often and new courses to review are getting tougher to find.The good news is I have a couple road trips coming up at the end of... Continue Reading →

Surfing the Earth at Maderas Golf Club

There’s a custom-made surfboard sign in front of the Maderas Golf Club pro shop that you’ll see when you play here now. They’ve amassed a small fleet of GolfBoards and are embracing the slogan of “Surf the Earth.”Are GolfBoards here to stay? It’s hard to say if they’re just a passing novelty or if they could... Continue Reading →

Can you recommend a couple nice, pretty, challenging courses in a Palm Springs that aren’t going to break the bank? My traveling partners and I are members at The Farms in San Diego, so we are used to a challenging track. Looking for a challenging course that’s in great condition. Thx!!!

There’s so much good golf out there, it’s almost hard to go wrong. This time of year, everything should be in excellent shape. At the same time, you’ll get peak season prices. Since The Farms has Pete Dye roots, you can obviously attempt PGA West Stadium for a super challenge. The Nicklaus course there is... Continue Reading →

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