Archive for February, 2010

Tiffany Joh - Young, Promising Female Golfer

Tiffany Sung-Hee Joh is a promising young golfer, who has made her presence felt in women’s amateur and professional golf.

She was born in Philadelphia, PA and moved to San Diego, CA as a young child. She began playing golf at the age of 12 because her parents lived next to a golf course. She also credits her college coach, Carrie Forsyth as someone who greatly influenced her career.

Tiffany won the prestigious US Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship in both 2006 and 2008. Joh turned pro in 2009 following her graduation from UCLA. She won the ING New England Golf Classic in 2010 and competed in the U.S. Women’s Open Championship.

tiffany_joh golfer, LPGA caught up with Tiffany during her busy schedule and she graciously agreed to answer our “see-through” interview for our readers.

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Why Golf is the Thinking Person’s Game

World Golf Hall of Famer Chi Chi Rodriguez once said, “Golf is a thinking man’s game. You can have all the shots in the bag, but if you don’t know what to do with them, you’ve got trouble”.

Nothing can better describe the game of golf than this statement from one of golf’s greats. There has been much said about golf being more of a mental game than a physical one. Yet, coaches and players emphasize training more than thinking.

Isn’t it true? Some days when even if you hit with your eyes closed, the ball lands in the spot you want it to. And then there are those days when even your best efforts land in the pond. So, why the difference?

Mental golf frustration

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Headline: Three wins by Scottish golfers in two weeks on major professional tours.  Sound like something worth writing about? The tour void left by Braveheart, a.k.a., Colin Montgomerie may signal a welcome sign of life from the Scots, but hardly the war cry of revolution.

Past months Triple Crown saw Scottish golf players Paul Lawrie and Sandy Lyle bringing home respective victories from the European Tour’s Open de Andalucia and ISPS Handa Senior World Championship. Then Scott Martin Laird earned his title at the PGA TOUR’s Bay Hill invitational.  Are these wins are a sign that Scottish professional golf has made a resurrection?

Colin-Montgomerie Scottish golf player

Colin Montgomerie

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Seve Ballesteros - Champion


Seve Ballesteros

April 9, 1957 – May 7, 2011

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Golf-ball-mental golf

No golfer has achieved mental golf nirvana, and chances are that no one will. The best you can do is to constantly work to enhance and improve your existing set of mental golf skills. Ben Hogan, one of the greatest golfers of all time, said in an interview “I couldn’t wait to get up in the morning so I could go hit balls”.

These words, coming from the mouth of one of the most skilled exponents of the game, are an inspiration for the upcoming golfers.

Golf next tee mental golf

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How to Play Golf in Mumbai, India

Do you remember Oscar winning director Danny Boyle and his highly apprised movie “Slumdog Millionaire”? Whether you did or didn’t, you’ll enjoy the next clip about how to golf in Mumbai, India.

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Millionaire and business giant Donald Trump has been hailed as one of the shrewdest (not to mention richest) entrepreneur of his time. One would think that maintaining a vast financial empire would take up most of his time but that didn’t stop Trump from making a mint in the golfing industry. has all the latest info regarding this financial mogul’s golfing exploits and of course, his highly acclaimed golf courses. According to the website, the millionaire recently opened a brand new one in Scotland, a country in which he has roots from his mother’s side of the family, the Macleods. Apparently, Trump understands the importance of breathtaking views and perfect conditions for this sport, which is why he chose the ‘unspoiled and dramatic seaside landscape’ that characterizes the isle of Scots.

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