Author: Mo'Golf

Tom Tucker’s 2018 Golf Tips: Stage 16

Tom’s Featured Tip: Dan Grastorf  Batavia Country Club lost a friend Wednesday when Dan Grastorf, age 46, passed away suddenly.  Dan left behind a wife and two young children ages 6 months and two years.  Unfortunately, Dan was unable to get life insurance due to a heart condition which eventually caused his sudden departure from this life.  Friends have established a fund raiser at to help Danny’s wife, Nicole, and their children during this very difficult time.  Here’s the exact address where you can go to make a donation:  I just went through the donation process, and it’s very easy. just...

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Press Release: ECIC boys individual and team championships move to Elma Meadows

“On behalf of the Erie County Interscholastic Conference (ECIC), in dedication to quality athletic programs that challenge and encourage student athletes to reach their full potential, I am excited to announce that both the 2018 ECIC Boy’s Golf League Individual Championship (& Qualifier) and the 2018 ECIC Boy’s Golf League Team Championship will be hosted at the venerable Elma Meadows Golf Course, an Erie County Parks Golf Course (on two separate dates).  This 6,698 yard, par 70 golf course has been transformed into a high-end public golf course in Western New York thanks to the recent upgrades and improvements implemented by Erie...

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RTJ Golf Trail: The Links that thinks it’s a Lakes

The Grand National stop on the RTJ Trail is located on Lake Saugahatchee, near both Auburn (pronounced AWW-burn) and Opelika (pronounced oh-puh-LIE-cuh). Feel free to extend the LIE syllable for 2 or 3 seconds, and you’ll be welcomed with open arms. It’s a breathtaking, memorable site, home to 3 18-hole courses, one made up entirely of par-three holes. It was the last of our three stops along the trail, and gave us an agreeable send-off, along with a desire to return and sample more of the trail’s offerings. The Short Course This was our second short course of the...

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Tom Tucker’s 2018 Golf Tips: Stage 15

Tom’s Featured Tip: Fundamental 2: Power and Distance  Based on my research and study of the swing method principles that I teach, I believe that there are three true fundamentals to golf: The ability to hit the ground in the same place every time and forward of the ball to insure clean contact.  The ability to create enough power or distance to enjoy and play the game.  The ability to match the clubface to the swing path to control the curvature of the ball to keep it in play. Last issue I addressed the low point of the swing, which...

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2018 Interview Series: photographer Joey Conti

Joey Conti is an accomplished golfer and photographer from Fredonia. He qualified for NYSPHSAA state golf championships within the past 5 years, and has the right amount of sass for a confident, young photographer…just check his Twitter handle. His photography is enviable, and his enthusiasm, inextinguishable. On the heels of our interview with Kyle Henzel, we decided to continue a focus on southern tier golf personalities. Have a read and a look at The Joey Conti. 1. Tell us a little about yourself and how you became a golfer. 21 years old, born and raised in Fredonia, NY. As long...

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RTJ Golf Trail 2018: The Legislator and The Lunatic at Oxmoor Valley and Ross Bridge

Day three of our trip to Alabama featured a morning 18 at the 3rd course at Prattville, followed by a drive toward Birmingham and our AirBnB. We enjoyed decent weather for late March, given the unpredictable nature of climate across North America this winter and spring. The courses were coming out of dormancy, but there was no mistaking the bones of the golf courses. Despite the reputation of Robert Trent Jones, senior, as a designer of overly-demanding courses, there is always a way around on the Alabama trail. You might not find yourself putting for birdie on every hole,...

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