The Transition Series: Grades

We’re called student-athletes. I want you to take a minute to think about that phrase. What does it mean to be a student athlete? You represent your school, sure. You are a part of a team that will be your fraternity or sorority for the next 4 years, yes. But more...

Emotional Control 101

If you have been keeping up with my content, you will find that one of the things I preach heavily is controlling your emotions on the golf course. This is such an important topic to me because I experienced the detriment a bad temper can have to your game. Growing up...

Get and Stay Motivated

You’re in the middle of a good dream, having a great night’s sleep, when that dreaded noise wakes you. The alarm. The thing you loath more than anything in that moment. It’s 5:30 in the morning and all you want to do is get back to that dream. “Why did I do this to...

Take a Break

If you have read my article Golf is Not a Linear Game, you will have seen what my schedule looked like when I was trying to dig myself out of a pretty deep hole. It was nothing but golf and school all day, every day. Sometimes, this is necessary. For most of us,...

Be the Person Coaches are Looking for

You may or may not have notice that I used the word “person” instead of “player” in the title. That was intentional and I hope you realize the significance of it. When a college coach is recruiting you and decides to come watch you play, chances are they have already...

Golf is What You Do, Not Who You Are

Competitive golfers are some of the most driven, visionary people alive. We know exactly what we want, and we’re willing to put the work in to get there. We frequently turn down opportunities to hang out with friends and have fun because we would rather be working on...

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