Rooster Run Golf Course, Petaluma, CASaturday was another good day, both in terms of me staying relatively focused on “just hitting the ball” as well as with my score. The highlight was back-to-back birdies on #7 & #8 by sinking 18 and 25 foot putts respectively; and the best part was the way that I let those putts go. I stroked them freely and they rolled beautifully. As my caddie at Bandon Dunes told me, “just keep ‘er goin’.” 😉

I’m actually learning to swing with more freedom by using the process target that is discussed in more detail below. The result was an 86 from the blue tees at Rooster Run golf course in Petaluma. 39 on the front. 6 below my “personal par.”

I intend to keep this good thing going right through the two-day Stonetree Club Championship which is coming up weekend after next, August 23-24. I’ll keep you posted.

And, in the meantime, next Thursday, August 21st, I’ll be hearing Extraordinary Golf’s Fred Shoemaker speak and we will be playing the classic Pasatiempo in Santa Cruz at the Shivas Irons Anniversary event. EVERYONE IS WELCOME to join in this great celebration of the game. Hope to see you there!  (Click here for more info.)