May 28, 2020I have been playing golf for the majority of my life and I honestly wouldn't have it any other way. Looking back through the highs and lows, I am so thankful and blessed of my journey in golf. After 14 years of playing competitive golf, 4 years of collegiate golf and 2 ½ years of professional golf here are a few things I wish I knew before I started golfing:Read more
Apr 01, 2020Most of us are in self quarantine with limited access to being outside which puts a damper on continuing to practice or staying competitive in sports. But not to worry, here is a compiled list of snacks you can eat to stay on track during this quarantined time. Enjoy!Read more
Feb 27, 2020
Two years ago I started playing golf.
My 1st year was full of lots of firsts... First set of clubs, the first round of 18 holes and first par. It was fun and I wanted to get better, so I began to work on my game, and the rest is history.
Now that my second season is completed, I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on what I’ve learned this season. Here are just a few of my takeaways...
Feb 11, 2020I like to set three different kinds of goals throughout a year of golf. The first set of goals are the very attainable goals, so for example, play a round of competitive golf with no bogeys. Something that I can really focus on every round that I play. Then I like to go for a little bit of a harder goal to attain. For example, something like getting 10 top 5 finishes throughout the season.Read more
Nov 08, 2019
We are getting close to that time of the year! Thanksgiving is right around the corner and before we know it, Christmas will be here! It can be difficult finding the perfect gift for your favorite golfer. Have no fear, I have compiled a list of my Top 10 must have stocking stuffers for this upcoming holiday season that will put a smile on every golfers’ face.
Oct 28, 2019
The pre shot routine is a very important process of preparation before hitting the shot in front of you. It is essential to stay calm and focused on what you want to happen.
Just before starting my pre shot routine, I stand next to the ball taking in all elements of the shot. This includes the consideration of the weather conditions, the lie, the slope, the distance and club to name a few. After gathering such information I begin behind the ball, taking a few seconds to determine my target and exactly where I want my ball to end up.