If my dad had asked me to stop doing what I loved, I probably would have, but he never did, so I didn’t stop. — My son is now seven. He’s much like I was at that age and each week he has something new he wants to be when he grows up. Six months […]
Anyone can golf with golf clubs. So why not try baseball bats? Or lacrosse sticks?
Ian Altman on what you can learn about your coworkers, clients, partners, employees, and bosses during a round of golf.
Jordan Spieth becomes the youngest ever to win both the Masters and the U.S. Open in a career. Does he have what it takes to win at St. Andrews?
To err is human, but that doesn’t make what happened in Indianapolis at the NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship Game any easier. The Friday Sports Dump is here to review the week and give it to you straight.
How Tim O’Connor battled self-interference and got in the flow. — I achieved a breakthrough: I played hockey this winter and I was terrible. I was invited last November to play pick-up hockey. They already had two goalies so it meant I’d be playing out. I said yes mainly because I missed the needling […]
Tiger Woods has been trying to glue his legacy back together for almost six years. Is it time the glue set?
The most magical week in golf is almost upon us. We want to know, “What’s your favorite Masters Memory?” — The Masters is the most storied tournament in golf. It’s tournament history may not go back as far as The Open Championship, U.S. Open, or the National Amateur Championships, but there’s just something about […]
Adam Crawford explains how the theme of redemption runs through the core of the sport of golf and why that attracts us to the game.
He quit his job to live out his dream and for the love of golf. He learned four incredible life-lessons through the experience.
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According to Howard Bankman, the best way to help at-risk kids is with healthy doses of golf, jazz and character.
Howard Bankhead lives by the motto, “Anything Positive is Possible” and he has lived that out for the past 12 years helping at-risk kids learn life lessons one swing at a time.