Now that you’re spending all this time at home, this is the perfect time to try out a few new passions. And don’t get frustrated if you’re lousy at first, because being bad is just part of the process. Just ask golf pro and artist Jay Golden.
“Throw whatever you want to throw at me — I’m planning on beating it.” That’s the message from all of this week’s guests, including a Stage 4 lung cancer survivor and the founder of an amazing tribute to aviation.
He’s a character, on the links and off. But he’s also one of the hardest working people in the industry. Or, in his case — industries. Golf, entertainment, business and more. Take :60 and meet Jay Golden.
What if you could do what you love and still make a living? This week’s guests prove that pursuing your passions can be the smartest career move of your life.
Is your grip ruining your golf game? PGA Tour member Jay Golden teaches you the proper way to hold your club so that you can feel comfortably strong on the course.
Have you found your natural golf swing? PGA pro Jay Golden has tips to help you find a swing that is perfectly tailored to your unique height, weight and athletic experience.
In golf, as in life, there’s a fine line between success and failure. Not many have heard of Jay Golden, but his contributions to the game may be greater than anyone else on the Tour. Well, at least more varied!
Want to know the secret to hitting long irons? Toss them in the garbage can! PGA pro Jay Golden is back with more tips to help you improve your golf game.
You don’t have to be a pro to golf like one. PGA member Jay Golden is back with more tips on increasing your golf game, while decreasing your score.
Need help with your short game? Maybe you are looking to get a little more distance off your drives. PGA pro Jay Golden gave Growing Bolder a special tutorial from the tee.