Frank is in the field at the Fry’s

The only thing standing in Frank’s way of regaining his previous level of success is confidence in his ability to commit to the shot and get the results.

Who knows how long that will take, but he is back to a PGA tour level player physically.

After missing 3 consecutive cuts by one shot, the mental side is big issue.

I would love to see him have a couple of solid rounds, come down the last 9 Friday with no fear of the cut line and produce a nice finish on Sunday. I know he wants a top 10 to get to next week, but I would be happy for him to finish in the 20’s to 30’s.

Edit-He has been having trouble with PBFU’s lately.




  1. woody

    T52 after 14, at E. Started on back 9, seems like that the hardest might be behind him. This seems promising.

    C’mon Frank.

  2. Mike Divot

    Go Frank!

    • Monte Scheinblum

      LOL. All kidding aside, I disagree. Sports are an escape and latching on to the successes and failures of players and teams we follow is fun…you just can’t cross the line into insanity as I have done a few times. 😀

      • casvolsmu (@casvolsmu)

        Well, my thing is this–(as I posted under another name earlier), this blog, and your vids, have gotten me close to real golf again. Down to 1.7. At one point was a +3, then 2 back surgeries, 1 knee surgery and 2 kids later was a 5. And I thought I’d never find the face again. After being 1 under thru 12 and shooting 86, my lovely wife said i could do 1 of 2 things. Either get to the range and work, or just keep bitching about it. So, thanks. And if I have to follow Frank for validation of what I’m working on, and to feel like what you are saying makes sense, I’ll do it!

  3. woody

    I love this! Round 2, Frank is T7 -6 at the 17th.

    Go Frank!


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