Welcome to Golf Things Considered
John Rogers started at Lakeview Golf Club (Harrisonburg, Virginia) as an Assistant Professional in 1995. He began teaching in 1996, and became a full-time Teaching Professional in 2001, building a base of clients in the Shenandoah Valley.
He started writing the column Golf Things Considered in 2004, eliciting responses from around the country. John launched this site in 2009 as a home for his articles, and in 2011 added the “Tip Sheet”, a series of helpful thoughts and drills for golfers of all ability levels.
This website, and all the information found here, is dedicated to everyone who loves the game of golf.
A Note from John
Thanks for checking out my website! I hope you enjoy reading the articles. You might notice that there are not very many technical articles–ones that try to really break down golf techniques. This is mainly because I think it’s very difficult to do this with words only, especially without making a very drab article. This is why I plan to add more video sessions in the future for you readers who are looking for technical ideas.
In the meantime, please check out some of the other topics. My article about club lengths has had a large response, and you might get as much from reading all the comments as you do from the column itself. The biggest response to any of my articles was generated by the touching story of my friend Ian Frazier, a posting which first appeared in an online newspaper in 2006. Or you might be able to relate to the happy mayhem of an all-guys golf trip as related in my story about a visit to Mt. Mitchell. Whatever articles you read, I hope you enjoy them, and please consider leaving comments. I really appreciate your feedback!
You might also notice that I have not written as many articles in recent years. I have been blessed to be too busy on the driving range at Lakeview Golf Club to spend much time writing, but I am hoping to add more pieces soon.
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Thanks again for visiting, and best wishes to you for many enjoyable days on the golf course!
|For information on golf lessons and programs offered at Lakeview Golf Club, please visit John’s instructional website at RogersGolf.net|