One of the hardest skills to teach a competitive golfer is what I call The Sucker Pin Principle. A sucker pin is a pin placement that is inviting you to take a dangerous or unnecessary risk. This takes advantage of an aggressive player. The sucker pin principle rewards the patient golfer while punishing the aggressive.…… Continue reading The Sucker Pin
This video illustrates this passage so well, doesn’t it? It’s shocked me to see people jump on the bandwagon against Tiger Woods. Shame on us for thinking for a second that he was less a man than you or I. “We know that the law is spiritual; but I am unspiritual, sold as a slave…… Continue reading Romans 7:14-20 Illustrated by Tiger Woods
It’s Saturday at the U.S. Open. Tiger, along with half of the field, have drawn the worst possible lot. Half of the field has played the first two rounds in near ideal weather while the other half has played with sloppy weather. So, here we are. The leader is 12 shots ahead of the world’s…… Continue reading Can Tiger Come Back?