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Trust and Obey?

Press the accelerator and your car goes faster. Well, most of the time. Pick up the phone set (remember those) and you'll hear a dial tone. Always. Take a proper golf swing and your ball will obey perfectly every time.  Not sometimes. Every time.  Someone once said, "The ball doesn't lie." In other words, where the ball currently lies ("lucky bounces" aside) is a direct result of the ball's flight as a result of the previous golf swing. Ever wonder how people could build a career, a life, a ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, April 22, 2011

"Do you play, Gladys?"

The Unsinkable Molly Brown was one of my mother-in-law's favorite musicals. We loved to quote lines and sing the songs together at family meals. One of the frequently quoted lines came from during a social ball when Molly asks, "Do you play, Gladys?"  "Why, no."  "What a pity!"  Do you and your family play?  Now more than ever, it’s important that we teach our children to play. Too often, the only time our children get to play is recess at school. Mom and Dad are busy with work trying to ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, April 15, 2011

Got Patience - Yet?

Waiting for patience is tough. The more I want it, the longer it takes. Baseball players wait for the right pitch. Quarterbacks wait for their man to get open. Successful golf pros win because they wait for the right opportunity to press for a birdie. Patience is also required when you want to teach your family (or friends) to play golf. Trying to teach your child (or spouse) how to properly grip the club or shift their weight when they're not ready can be like pushing a rope up a ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, April 1, 2011


Thank you for stopping by. We are working everyday to bring the wonderful world of golf to "Main Street USA." Play-a-Round Golf (R) provides golf venues that are attractive to golfers and non-golfers alike. Eliminating obstacles to play the game. Incorporating golf into everyday life. Helping families to play together. For Life. We're also home to SNAG-a-Family, a new way of teaching families how to play and learn the game together. Based on SNAG: Starting New at Golf (R), SNAG-a-Family ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Sunday, March 27, 2011