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 (

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 – 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[…]