Posts Tagged ‘junior golf’
Coach Doug’s Top 50 Things I Learned This Year!
This is my 8th edition of the Top 50 Things I Learned This Year. It never fails, surprises, changes and incredible stories to name a few populate what was an adventurous and well travelled year! I truly hope that 2023 is a year that brings you joy, happiness and success. Remember #betterneverstops so you shouldn’t…Read More
Coach Doug’s 4th Annual Top 50 Things I Learned This Year!
WOW! Another year almost done and this now is my 4th annual list of ALL the amazing things I continue to learn year after year! Some are hold overs as they continue to educate me and I just know they are list makers every year! There are of course some new surprises and I hope…Read More
An Oxymoron – Job Security in the Golf Business –
In the past week, I have learned of 3 friends in the golf industry who have either been let go or have resigned. It is scary. How do you build security where your livelihood depends on the wants and needs of present and future golfers? The past few seasons, work / life balance, Pay $…Read More
How to Get Young Kids into Sports
A typical Sunday morning routine I am exposed to is seeing parents bring their young kids to the range for the first time. From as young as 2 years old, kids are being introduced to golf, which is a great start! But it is almost comical watching these parents try and properly instruct their kids with golf…Read More
Helicopter Parenting in Golf
Referring to parents who hover excessively over their kids to ensure that they experience every activity unscathed. Helicopter parents think they are protecting their children from all harm, but in sports they are seriously doing more harm than good. Golf is no exception. From afar, I see so many parents who cross the fine line…Read More