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Golf: A Game of Mental Toughness

Reading Time: 2 minutesWe’ve all been there quite a few times…topping a drive, spraying approach shots, missing putts, or even all of them in a single hole. The mental side of golf can make or break a hole or sometimes even an entire round for all players alike, including professionals. But the only thing that truly separates a good golfer from a great one is the mental aspect. A good golfer can shoot great scores, but can’t always keep their scores that low. A great golfer doesn’t necessarily shoot better scores, but instead has the ability to make their...

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How Camping World Is Taking Over NASCAR

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe NASCAR Truck Series is consistently viewed as the lowest level of the three main national series. Its title sponsor however, Camping World, has recently not only lived up to its role as a premier sponsor of the sport, but has saved countless teams in doing so. CEO and Chairman of Camping World, Marcus Lemonis, took to Twitter on March 1st with a simple, yet shocking, statement. He offered any unsponsored team $15,000 just for the rights to have the blue and yellow Camping World logo wrapped on their truck for this weekend at Las Vegas...

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By The Numbers: Are You as Good as a PGA Pro?

Reading Time: 3 minutesOftentimes, PGA Tour professionals show their true potential by hitting bombs of drives that carry 300+ yards, draining 25+ foot putts, or putting approach shots really close to, or even in the hole to make spectacular birdies, eagles, and the occasional ace. These jaw-dropping moments are a crucial part of keeping the excitement and interest in watching golf on TV, however is this truly an accurate representation of the average Tour player?  Now, there is certainly a wide range of ability throughout the PGA Tour, but they can’t all be at the level of players like Jon...

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2021 Daytona 500 Post-Race Reaction

Reading Time: 3 minutesWow… what an incredible finish. After six hours of fans eagerly awaiting for the green flag to drop after a fifteen lap stint in the afternoon, Front Row Motorsports’ Michael McDowell found himself in the right place at the right time to win his first race ever. The driver of the #34 won the 63rd annual running of the Great American Race, the Daytona 500, motorsports’ peak event. First of all, congratulations to McDowell. The 36-year-old from Phoenix, Arizona has been Cup racing since 2008, and finally captured his first win on the biggest stage of...

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How NASCAR Completley Revitalized Its Schedule

Reading Time: 3 minutesDuring NASCAR’s 2020 season, they ran two road courses at Daytona and Charlotte, the two super-speedways at Daytona and Talladega, and a few short tracks including Bristol, Martinsville, and Richmond. Now there’s nothing necessarily wrong with this, but the racing was pretty bland and the majority of the tracks were 1-2 mile intermediates with a focus on high horsepower and low downforce. Not much regarding engines and downforce is changing as this is the last year we’ll see the Gen-6 car used, but the schedule will see a welcome and much needed upgrade. Road Courses As...

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