Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, July 14th, 2009
Categories: Golf AccessoriesReviews

I have a new pal Chris Bystriansky. Chris and I played golf at a cool newer Pete Dye course here a month or so ago. Chris is the president of My Golf Book, which is a neat golf journal.   In “MGB” you write in things about your golf game, practice, goals, achievements, gear, scores etc. Here are a few of the main sections:


The practice log is the first section of the book and for good reason. The more you practice the better you should get. I say should, because it must be the right kind of practice. With MGB’s notes and tracking, you can refer to your good and bad sessions and your other golf records to see if your practice is paying off.

The practice section has a date and practice field and plenty of space for notes.


There are many great tips or swing thoughts which I often forget and when I use them they can really bring my swing back from the dead. The tips section is an area where you can write down these thoughts and miscellaneous items so you can refer back to them later.