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John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist

John Gunby Sr. is a columnist for The Daily Courier.

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Balance, rhythm, tempo and timing are crucial to any golf swing. You cannot be taught these fundamentals, but you can learn them.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist January 16, 2021
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Being the third day of the new year, many of us have already broken one or more of our New Year resolutions. Here are some (not all) golf resolutions that I think every one of us should and can keep.

It looks like we are now facing some cold weather challenges, especially if we love to live here and don’t want to travel to play golf in warmer temperatures (and higher greens fees).

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist December 19, 2020
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With only 19 more days until Christmas, let’s discuss what a golfer might need and want. That way, Santa can bring the best gifts this year that your favorite golfer (or you) will appreciate.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist December 5, 2020
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We all make mistakes. We all have failures and successes. That is life. And I believe that the game of golf is a microcosm of life. The secret is to learn from our experiences and those of others.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist November 21, 2020
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May I be frank with you? Or Wayne, or Connie or Roger? Seriously, we all have an ego. You would love to hit that little golf ball farther than you do.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist November 7, 2020
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Most of us learned the traditional method of chipping.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist October 27, 2020
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Those of you who have experienced a putting coaching session with me, know that I strongly suggest practicing with your eyes closed.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist October 10, 2020
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This is the third in a series of columns to assist you with putting. We will discuss different types of strokes and how to get the most out of your practice putting sessions.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist September 26, 2020
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Putting is not a physical science, it is a mental art. Everybody tries to get too technical when it comes to putting. They put way too much emphasis on the mechanics.

By John Gunby Sr., Courier Columnist September 15, 2020

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