His column is titled "More Blind Insight on Golf ." I suppose this is a case where the blind leading the blind would be a good thing. David makes seven points in his article, and here they are:
1. The fastest (and surest) way to lower your score from the onset of your golfing career, is to play from a tee box closer to the green.Check out the full column.
2. When you start playing golf, you should play the golf course looking to shoot double bogey golf, thrilling to the bogeys.
3. Size does matter! But (in golf) smaller is better.
4. The difference between your 3-wood and your driver could be as much as 20 to 30 yards. But it is not the 20 to 30 yards that you think it is.
5. Every time you hit a wedge, you must commit to the shot, then watch your tool do the work you intend it to do.
6. Greens in regulation is a concept best left to the better players.
7. A 640 yard par five is a hole you must be within putting distance in ....... wait for it ......... 4 shots!