About Me

Basic Information
  • Age

    32
  • Gender

  • About me

    Professional jazz/rock/studio guitarist and teacher in the D/FW area. Been golfing since I was 7 years old and really have been going at it hard for the past 4 or 5 years. Really enjoy compressing the pill. Made a good number of friends in the professional golf scene around Dallas, not to mention the friendships I've made here on the Dirt.

    I'm a teacher at heart, and I enjoy sharing what I myself have learned through the years. If you have any questions about golf (or music for that matter), hit me up. I'm no expert, but I'm sure I have something to offer.
Golf Information
  • I Need To Work On

  • Handicap

    1
  • Home Course

  • Best Score

  • Favorite Player

  • Best Shot

    Hole-in-one on 2/17/2010 at Hackberry Creek #17, 192 yards. About 40 degrees outside. Hit a 3-iron cut into a strong right-to-left wind and the ball never left the flag. One hop and in.
  • Favorite Tournament

  • Favorite Golf Books

    Ben Hogan's "5 Lessons" and Nicklaus' "Golf My Way."
  • Ideal Foursome

    Hogan, Trevino, Nicklaus, and ME!
What's In My Bag
  • What's In My Bag - More Details

    Cobra S9 Pro-D driver, 8.5 degree
    Adams Speedline 3 wood
    Titleist 503.H hybrid, 19 degree
    Titleist 695MB or Cleveland TA3 irons
    Cleveland CG16 wedge
    Vintage Ping Anser putter (1968!)
Contact Information
Timothy Goynes

Timothy Goynes

I'm baaaaack! Crazy couple of weeks...work, work, work. But I'm loving the new site look!
- 3 years ago
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    Golfer
The low handicap players' value to clubs; 1. Clubs should be based on the players ability to play...to make application 2. If competition is good at the club you don't have to travel far to compete. 3. People want to play where good players have played or are playing. 4. The environment of play is extremely important to the lifeblood of the club. 5. The other end is like a yacht club and no one can sail the boat. 6. The club should not get into a money race, as to what club is the most expensive to get in. This has nothing to do with play. 7. If you want your club to survive, get the young player in and get him involved.

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