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Claude Harmon III Talks Butch, Brooks & Tiger

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If you’re new to our course, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Claude Harmon III comes from the first family of golf instructors. His dad Butch, his grandfather Claude and his three uncles, Craig, Dick and Billy have all coached the world top golfers. Claude III has come into his own with prized students like Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson. Harmon opens up in this months Golf Digest with some interesting info on his dad,… Continue Reading

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The Most Stylish People in Golf

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The Tournament of Champions started the year off with plenty of picturesque panoramas of the beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Continuing on that vein, Golf Magazine gives us plenty of eye candy with its February issue, The Style Issue. It is filled with many familiar faces that have become synonymous with leading fashion trends both on and off the course. Adam Scott is profiled as The Most Stylish Man in Golf and the ever changing Michelle Wie takes the same title for… Continue Reading

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DJ Wins But Pat Perez Really Doesn’t Care

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Dustin Johnson looked to be in fine form this week as he lapped the winners only field at the Sentry Tournament of Champions by eight strokes. DJ was killing it all week as the wide fairways at Kapalua welcomed his mammoth drives and he rarely missed any shots. We are all familiar with the friendly confines of The Plantation Course as is DJ who won here for the second time and his seventeenth PGA win overall. But after the first… Continue Reading

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Dustin Johnson Ties Leo Diegel

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When Dustin Johnson feathered a feel wedge from 85 years to within 3 feet on the 3rd hole at Kapalua Sunday it seemed to me the tournament was all but over. His converted birdie gave him a four stroke lead which isn’t insurmountable on this Tour (especially when you think back to DJ’s last start where he squandered a six stroke lead in the final round). But today it just looked like he was going to run away and hide… Continue Reading

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Michael Breed Out at The Golf Channel

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Any self respecting golf fanatic spends plenty of time watching The Golf Channel and is sure to try a few of the tips offered on their many instructional programs. Well, this year there has been a significant change in their team of instructors. Michael Breed’s tag line on his Golf Fix show was,”let’s do this.”  Unfortunately he won’t be doing it any longer as he has been dropped from their lineup. According to The Man Out Front at Golfweek, Breed… Continue Reading

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2018 Wish List

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The PGA Tour starts in earnest today as The Sentry Tournament of Champions honors last seasons winners this week and is followed by 2018’s first full field event next week on Oahu at the Sony Open. I can’t help but hope for another trip to Hawaii sometime soon but for now I am left with just my hopes for the pro tours in 2018. Here are some things I am hoping we get to see this season. Can Rickie Fowler… Continue Reading

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Search for Golf Weather Elusive

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It was 2 below zero when I woke up at my frozen Massachusetts home on the morning of  New Year’s Eve but I wasn’t fazed at all because I was headed for green pastures, warm ocean breezes and all the golf I could play. Florida here we come! My better half and I spent a brief, but lovely, layover on New Years’ Eve in Metro New York, enjoying holiday libations in the company of my brothers and sisters as we… Continue Reading

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Golf In Paradise Can Warm Frozen North

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It’s that time of year again. As we here in the Northeast brace for another bout of record cold temperatures our focus turns from extra sweaters and icy sidewalks to that classic winter tradition that warms all of us:golf from Hawaii. We start the golfing year (this is he real start for me, unlike the PGA Tour) this week with the Sentry Tournament of Champions from the picturesque island of Maui and the iconic Plantation Course at Kapalua. Most of… Continue Reading

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New Year…Classic Values

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It’s been nearly a full year since I last posted here on Links Life Golf and it has been a year of learning for sure. I’ve had some serious family health issues that has taken my focus off of golf…and most else for that matter. But during these past months I have learned so much about so many things. Yes, you kind of become an instant expert on a condition that effects your family and try do anything to help… Continue Reading

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