GOLF's esteemed columnist has three tips for first-tee negotiating to make reaching for your wallet on the 19th hole a thing of the past.
When you accept a long-awaited invite to an exclusive country club, you need to act like you’ve splashed around in these waters before.
CPG suggests ignoring the temptation to hire a customer service-oriented individual, and to instead go for a hothead unafraid of physical confrontation.
Whatever you do, don’t go down with the ship! You pulled your weight, so make sure you tell the story that the scoreboard won’t.
It may sound counterintuitive, but the people asking you what you shot aren’t really looking for a number — they’re looking for a story.
Don't know the new rules? It doesn't matter. Anoint yourself Rules Aficionado, and your foursome will cede tremendous power to you.
So your approach landed in the bunker and has a fried egg lie. Now what? The key to handling this is in your preparing excuses.
We've all been there, when a putt glides past the hole and out of gimme range. Here's how ClubProGuy wants you to handle that situation.
ClubProGuy doesn’t speak for all club professionals. He just thinks he does. When he isn’t botching sock inventory, napping in his office or otherwise underachieving at his Kansas City-area club,...