Blog October 2016 Mailbag

“Offseason” months seem to be the only months I actually consistently do a mailbag year over year, and figured it was time for me to catch up. The overwhelming majority of my posts in the…

Blog NLU Podcast, Episode 55: Ireland Golf Trip

By popular request, I debriefed my recent trip to Ireland playing some of the greatest golf courses in the world. This is my first ever attempt at a solo podcast, so please be gentle. I’m…

Blog Western Ireland Golf Trip, Part IV: Lahinch

The dream trip continues, this time onto Lahinch Golf Club, again along the Atlantic Ocean, and again one of the top golf courses in all of Ireland. Rated by Golf Digest Ireland as the 4th…

Blog Western Ireland Golf Trip, Part III: Tralee

The dream trip continues, this time onto Tralee Golf Links, again along the Atlantic Ocean, and again one of the top golf courses in all of Ireland. Rated by Golf Digest Ireland as the 7th…

Blog Western Ireland Golf Trip, Part II: Ballybunion

Five days of glory, starting and finishing in Dublin, Ireland, with five rounds of bliss at some of the best golf courses along the western coast of Ireland. The intinerary included Waterville, Ballybunion, Tralee, Lahinch, and Carne (review coming soon). This posts…

Blog Ryder Cup Recap: Underrated Performances

The Ryder Cup only comes around once every two years, and that feels just about right. It’s golf’s rarest event (with the exception, now, of the Olympics), and it also the only one that stirs…

Blog Why the Ryder Cup Can Save Golf

Back in 1927, Golf Illustrated said “the Ryder Cup has done so much to foster that great spirit of international rivalry that makes the present-day sport the great thing that it is.” Almost 90 years…