The golf banter

One of the most popular features of the blog was the back and forth banter between users. I hadn’t installed this on the new website (oops, sorry about that). Thanks to two regular readers for reminding me I have now reinstalled this function.

This means you can get (it’s up to you) an email notification each time someone posts a comment on a story you’re interested in. There’s a little check box at the bottom of each post. I hope you like it and this helps reignite the golf banter on the site.

Also, you may not know but you can also get email notification of all my golf blogs directly to your email address by clicking here. This is a great way of keeping up to date without having to remembering to visit the website.

Thanks for reading,


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  • Grayden Provis

    Reply Reply June 28, 2011

    Yeah! Bring back the banter! I won’t talk about peeling carrots I promise

  • Bernie Folkes

    Reply Reply June 28, 2011

    Hi Cam & “Mr Carrot”
    Grayden, seriously every time I see a carrot I think of your analogy. I am proud to say I was one of the people who suggested to Cam that the “notify me” got re-instated.
    Yes, the banter was great and hopefully will continue.

  • Grayden Provis

    Reply Reply June 28, 2011

    OK Banterers, let me share something I just learned….

    I had my first hit yesterday after a LOOONG injury layoff. I knew when I came back I would have to swing differently if I was to avoid re-injuring my back.

    I stood on the first tee, pressed the automatic button and swung my new swing, unsure what would happen because it felt so foreign to me. The result? A fresh air shot! Well, not quite but very nearly.

    Because of what I’ve learned from Cameron over a number of years now I DIDN’T START ANALYZING. I teed it up again, pressed auto again and yep, ANOTHER near-freshy!

    Maybe NOW I should pull my swing apart and start analyzing everything? No way. Been there, done that. Its a one way track to nowhere. I teed it up again, pressed auto yet again and just swung. This time it went. And I’m pleased to say things just got better as the round progressed.

    The lesson I learned is this: NATURAL LEARNING will kick in and figure out whats going on if you DON’T PANIC and just keep swinging on auto. The little adjustments your body makes are subtle and often not even noticeable but its making them all the same. Trust your body. Its smarter than you are. Just keeping pressing auto and let your subconscious do what it does better than you. If you don’t know how to “go auto” or what “natural learning” is get Cameron’s book and start reading!

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