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May 13, 2021

3 4 E

3 4 E In 2018, my younger brother, Eric Brosterhous, lost his battle with brain cancer. It’s possible (for sure), I haven’t done a good job of coping. A big chunk of my daily experience is missing. The part where we would sarcastically & collectively process the world in short 5 minute phone calls is just gone. I haven’t really seen the world the same way since, obviously, and the way I do see is quite different than the way I did before he died. Without question the one thing that I have come to realize is that life is […]
December 27, 2017

Authenticity

In 2014, I was burned out on Golf. I was teaching over 150 Hours of Private Lessons a month, and enjoying every minute of those lessons. Yet, something was nagging at me. I had recently been struggling under the tutelage of a Top Teacher, and had consciously parted ways. The only think I could really see that was working for that individual was to continuously, and obnoxiously extol the virtues of his teaching at every possible moment. The more I looked at the teaching landscape, the more it was filled with this kind of approach: “My way is the best, […]
October 15, 2014

US Loss in the Ryder Cup: The Tip of the IceBerg

Here’s the deal. The US sucks as a team in the Ryder Cup. I think this is more systemic to the player development level. It comes down the players, not ‘team’. They have lost 5 out of the last 6 Ryder Cups, and will continue to lose unless they recognize some key facts that are unfolding in the world of Professional Golf: Namely, Europe has Player Development Figured Out, while the USGA and the PGA are failing Miserably. 5 out of the top 6 players in the world are international. The only American in that 6, Jim Furyk, has an […]
August 24, 2014
It’s here! 3 years in the making, and I am proud to announce Authentic Golf, a new online Platform for Game Improvement and Performance. I have had the unique opportunity to teach golf full time, in Seattle, Bend, and Mexico over the last 3 years, forming lasting and enduring relationships with students and friends. These experiences have left me with 2 conclusions:  1) There are many ways to swing a golf club, just like there are many ways to live one’s life. 2) Long-Term improvement and gain requires, a holistic, and lasting approach that engages the student and teacher consistently […]