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It’s estimated that more than 58 million Americans—nearly 20 percent—have had precancerous growths removed from their skin, commonly by cryotherapy (freezing). The reality is that we must be diligent to avoid excess sun exposure. Without getting too technical in this article, I review the basic types of skin cancer, discuss what SPF is, explain the different […]

Playing Much? Tape it up!

I have had four surgeries on my right knee, a full ACL repair and three snips on my meniscus.  When it’s damp or I play several days in a row, it tends to be sore. Since COVID-19, I have been playing…let’s just say quite a bit!  Despite stretching at home and lifting weights, my knee […]

5 Best Golf Movies to Binge

These are such strange times.  So strange that it doesn’t seem quite right to blog about fantastic golf vacations or great golf clothing.  Frankly, it all seems very inconsequential right now.  The reality is that none of us are traveling and, I suspect consumer spending on discretionary items is way down. Having regrouped, I was […]

STUDY: Are you an INNIE or an OUTIE ?

We’ve now had time to get used to the many new rules issued by the USGA and the R&A in 2019, (even though it seems like they were implemented just yesterday). Perhaps the change causing the most conversation is whether to leave the flagstick IN or OUT.  It seems that whenever I’m playing with an […]

I keep getting asked what I found notable while walking the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando last month.  My answer: women’s golf, particularly apparel, is no longer an afterthought of the major vendors.  Also, new boutique women’s clothing lines, more than one dozen driven out of business by the Great Recession, are again entering […]

World Handicap System A friend of mine, Connie Norwood, a former LPGA teaching professional, put this together for our club, TPC Summerlin.  I hope this is helpful! Acceptable Scores A round has to be played By The Rules of Golf and the ‘Modified Rules of Golf for Players with Disabilities’. When a player is accompanied […]

You’ve come a long way baby!

I am writing this blog to support and further women’s golf— and making sure our game is accurately portrayed is key.  The LPGA has come a long way as this article from ESPN reveals.   Tiger is not the record holder for the number of professional golf tournaments won, as I think most men and […]

A Putting Tip from Phil

In January touring pros from the PGA, LPGA, Korn Ferry, Canadian and Symetra tours show up at my club in Las Vegas, TPC Summerlin, to get ready for the season.  On a recent Sunday about a dozen were out and I noticed something I had seen before but never quite put together— most of them […]

I was having lunch yesterday at our club with my husband, my golf coach, Mario Bevilacqua, and a young player Mario coaches who is on the Canadian Tour, Nathan Maas. We were watching the Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua.  Justin Thomas lost a two-shot lead with three holes to play in that tournament.  He […]

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