Hi there!

golfinginFLMy name is Adam and I have a confession to make. I used to be one of those people who thought that golf was a stupid sport. So, it took quite a few years before I ever ended up giving it a try. Ended up going out with some buddies who were into golf and the rest, as they say, is history.

If you are new to the game, then I know just how you’re feeling. It’s like you’re never going to be a better golfer and you kind of dreading golfing with people who know what they’re doing cause you don’t want to be that guy – the one who is holding everyone up at each hole. But here’s the thing, golf is just like anything else. With a little time and a lot of effort, you start to see improvements.

Since I’ve been exactly where you are at, I wanted to start this site as a way to help people just like me. We’re probably never going to be as good as Tiger Woods, but there is always room for improvement on those lackluster skills.

I’m certainly no expert on the game of golf, but I am someone who knows what it’s like to start out completely overwhelmed. Hope you enjoy what I’m sharing here and if you have any questions for me, just let me know!

Our Contributors

Christian Maulhardt – I’m a scratch golfer born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I started playing golf when I was fourteen and was already a single-digit handicap by age 15. When I was 17 I went to the US to try to earn scholarships to study university there. After a 14 golf round tournament with people from all around the world, I earn 6 scholarships to study in the US. Still, I decided to stay in Argentina. At age 19 I did the course for golf instruction in Argentina, once I have finished it I still decided to stay an amateur so I could play golf with all my friends.

Mathias H. – I’m a 3,2 hcp golfer based in Norway and I have my own golf blog.

Samuel O’Brien – I have played since I was 13-14 I think. Although I’ve never quite had the time to get down to single digits I’ve always been keen; used to read the magazines, even did some work experience at school in my local pro-shop, and although I live abroad now and don’t get much opportunity to play I’d say it’s still my favorite sport (after football!).

Brayden Longland – I golf multiple times every summer and it is one of my favorite hobbies. Although I don’t necessarily follow professional golfers, I do know all the golf terminology, rules, etc.

Matt Ristine – I played golf in high school, for four years in college, and for a couple of years as a professional after college. Additionally, I’ve worked in the golf business as a teaching pro, providing lessons to members at the country club where I was employed.