Simple, common sense, and easy to understand is my method of operation. So if you happen to read this, I hope you understand a little bit about where I am coming from. My game is quality and content, not quantity and pretense. I don’t believe in talking in circles and I try to get right to the point. I hope you can take something off this website to help your swing and your game. After all, who does not want to play better. Sometimes it just takes one moment of inspiration where you understand something unique and new, when the light bulb goers on and the shots start getting better. Sometimes it happens quickly, sometimes it takes a long time. The important thing though is that we keep looking, keep learning, and keep trying. Experimentation often leads to some great discoveries, in life, and in golf.


Someone asked me the other day “why are you wearing blue jeans in your videos? You are supposed to be a PGA pro, why aren’t you dressed like one on your website?” I thought to myself “what is a PGA pro supposed to be?”

There is a simple answer. I got into the golf business later in life and did a lot more things before I became a pro than most people could ever imagine. I worked a  few different jobs and in a few factories; I almost got killed in one as a matter of fact. A great deal of thought went into me wearing blue jeans on my site. I am a no-nonsense kind of guy trying to survive in a  “yes plenty of nonsense kind of business.” The places I have been and people I have met taught me at a young age that it is not what not look like, but what you do and what you have to really say that matters. I wear blue jeans because I am a blue-collar kind of guy, and because that is the way most of my clients relate to me. As you see, this website is free. I don’t want anything from you, but I am giving you the benefit of my knowledge as a teacher and player to help your game along. What you do with it is totally up to you.

Some of these videos are shot in my backyard on warmer winter days, and some are on the driving range at Dutch Hollow CC. Both places have been my training grounds in many ways.