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Breaking 80 From the Forwards

This post is dedicated to Ryan Young, aka @Front9Back9. Ryan was an active member of the golf blogosphere and was a regular contributor to the Twitter group known as #GolfChat. Sadly, Ryan passed away a few days ago. He leaves

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Book Review – How to Play the World’s Most Exclusive Golf Clubs by John Sabino

I read the Playing the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World blog religiously back in the day. A few years ago, I found out about this blog, I think through GolfClubAtlas. Like clockwork, this guy (presumably) would write posts

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2016 Goals

It’s so easy to say your golfing goals by number. I want to shoot X. I want my handicap to be Y. I want to hit ZĀ greens in regulation per round. I want to reduce my 3 putts. But, how

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Hanging With the Girls – 1st of Many (Hopefully)

Thanks to some unseasonably warm weather (71* in Cincy in mid-February; seriously!?) I got to do what I’ve been dreaming to do for a while: take both my daughters on the course with me. I must admit I was a

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The Pivot

Things are a bit different around here. When I started this blog, I had the grandiose vision of playing all the best public golf-courses in the Tri-State area. I’m not quite sure what I was thinking. Although I am centrally

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7 Golf Thoughts of 2014

1) What Golf Looked Like in 2014 On 31 March 2014, I played the first round of golf (9 holes) in 8 months of time away for varying reasons. I pared the first hole and birdied the 2nd. -1 after

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The Players Drinking Game

I’m going to crowd source my The Players Championship drinking game. Here’s what I got so far. Feel free to comment and add to it: If 17 is shown, drink. If someone hits it in the water at 17, waterfall.

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