Golf Industry 2012: 72 Things We Learned!

One of the greatest strengths of the golf industry lies in the passion of those within it. Passion can be reflected in many ways; appearing mostly good and sometimes maybe not as much.  But mostly, I’d say passion is reflected in the pursuit of continual learning. So here it is, a list compiled via Facebook[…]

A Lesson Learned: Finish your round strong (PGA.com)

This past week the PGA Tour made its way to the west coast of Florida where they teed it up on the Copperhead Course at the Innisbrook Resort.  The exciting 4-person playoff was a testament to a week of strategic planning and committed execution by the world’s best players. One characteristic of the Copperhead Course is the[…]

10 Things I Learned: Caddie Experience at LPGA Stage 2 Q-School

I recently had the opportunity to caddy for a previous college teammate during the LPGA Stage 2 Qualifying School.  It was a great week watching her play amongst a very high level of competition. Below is a list of things I learned and observed throughout the week.  I sometimes tend to state what may seem[…]

The Virtues of Low Expectations by Anthony Scorcia and Sara Dickson, PGA

  Thank you to Anthony for collaborating on this! I hope you all are having a great summer.  You can find Anthony at scorciaonpar.com – Sara As an amateur, I often confuse confidence with expectations.  If I’m playing well, I expect to shoot a low score and no doubt bewildered in the wake of posting[…]