Club vs. Swing
It's the swing that matters.
Practice: Who Has Time?
Financially, we spend most of our time making money, but little to no time learning to master the use of it.
Drive for Show & Putt for Dough
Ask any professional and they'll quickly tell you that the most valuable club in their bag is their putter.
Risk & Reward
Taking unnecessary risk can lead to disappointment, which can affect future shots.
Avoiding the Hazards
It's tempting to take unnecessary risk hoping to clear the hazards, only to find ourselves in the middle of a bunker.
Cart or Caddie
There is a very unique relationship between a player and their caddie.
Your Favorite Club
Don't let someone talk you into something that may be working for them but makes you feel uncomfortable. Find what works best for you.
The Club vs. The Swing
Financially, what do the financial institutions deliver?
Don't Forget Your Short Game
If you're going to increase your chances for par, you're going to have to develop a good short game.
Play From the Right Set of Tees
Playing from the wrong set of tees can ruin a round of golf and leave you frustrated for days.
Improving Your Short Game
You can not overlook the value of developing your skills around the green.
It's almost impossible to know what kind of golfer you are if you do not keep score and if you do not count every shot.
Black, Blue, White or Gold
Investing in things that we know little or nothing about can set us up for a financial round of frustration and disappointment.
It makes perfect sense to plan the course of attack before one ever begins to play, however very few have a well thought-out financial picture of where they want to be and, more importantly, what it's going to take to get there.
Hook or Slice, Fade or Draw
The difference is control.
Fair Weather Golfer
Financially speaking, we have to be ready for change... and expect it.
Getting your swing back financially may not be as serious as getting out of the products you have and looking for new ones.
Getting On in Regulation
Keeping the ball in play can mean all the difference in success and failure.