Golf: Father Son Scramble


 Now here is one of the best events the PGA produces…The Father and Son Challenge.  I know it would be liked even better by the public if the PGA and TV Producers would just changed the event to be promoted as the…  Parent/Child Challenge…   so this event could feature the LPGA and their daughters, but until things equal out over the next couple of years when sponsors start not wanting to be part of golf events that are not normal tour events and have opportunity to be promoted as opportunities to showcase how golf can be played at a high level by men and women, we will have to settle for the Father and Son Challenge…a great way of showing families an activity they can do together…


(I wish I could apologize for Sport Illustrator’s completely absurd number of ads on their screen, but I can’t and want…they should get even more negative press on what will soon be taboo on Web 2.0 internet sites)

Scot Duke is President of Innovative Business Golf Solutions, LLC and author of How To Play Business Golf.  Mr Duke uses his 30 years of business management experience to help business owners and executives develop their business to be more successful and mentor business people on how powerful of a business tool Business Golf can be towards solving many business challenges. More information on Mr Duke and Business Golf can is available at the Innovative Business Golf Solutions web-site.

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One response to “Golf: Father Son Scramble

  1. bjaywalter

    I saw the tournament as well and was very moved by it. The reason I got into coaching was because of my son. He had certain health problems that affected his motor development as a child. So I became involved with coaching him in bowling so that he could overcome his physical limitations with technique therby improving his confidence and self image. It worked so well that he is now a personal trainer and competes in Judo tounaments in his spare time. Seeing these great champions being just simple dads, brought me back to the best times I had with my son. It shows that in the end, we are all just people. BTW I couldn’t agree with you more on the parent/child adaptation to the event. BJW

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