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The Mental Side of Golf

A few months back, Dr. Karl Morris, mental coach to the likes of Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke and others, came through Toronto. I couldn’t free the time to go see him, but soon afterwards Dr. Chris Baxter, from Vancouver, wrote to me about...

Want a Dozen ProV1s? Sign Up For...

Okay, I know everyone loves G4G, but that might not be enough to get everyone to create a login to CanadianGolfer.com. So I’m going to bribe you. We’re going to give a dozen ProV1s away each of the next five weeks to those that...

Welcome to CanadianGolfer.com

Welcome to CanadianGolfer.com. Or for those of you reading my blog today on OntGolf.ca, make note that this is the last new post that will appear on that site. From today on we’ve entered a new era – and we’ve made a bold move...

Late for the Party

Im always intrigued at what brings Old World media to the web. I say that noting the G4G blog started six years ago “ and that Ive been writing for the Web, either at PGATour.com, SCOREGolf.com or at G4G since 1998. I occasionally get...

Five Questions with Punch Bowl Golf

Another good golf blog, Punch Bowl Golf, has hit the web, this one by Will Smith and Colin Sheehan, both actively interested and involved in golf design. They are spending a fair bit of time investigating some of the world’s best courses...

New Golf Blog: Out and Back

Though I couldn’t care less about full disclosure — this is my blog and I’ll write what I want — I should say that I worked with Thomas Dunne at Travel & Leisure Golf for several years. Tom is a thinker — the...

Ian Andrew's The Caddy Shack Calls It A...

I think the initial version of G4G on blogspot was the first golf blog of note in Canada (since then there have been several), but one thing is clear — I think Canadian golf architect Ian Andrew was the first golf designer to blog, maybe...

Golf Digest Gives G4G a Nod

I hadn’t noticed it until recently, but Golf Digest’s Local Knowledge blog includes a nod to G4G in its links section, alongside other noted bloggers like Ian Andrew and Geoff Shackelford. Which reminds me that it is time to do an...

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