Welcome to the official Website & Blog of Jeff Waters, a PGA Master Golf Professional and the President/CEO of Rocky Mountain Golf Enterprises. On this site you will be able to:

  • Answer your rules questions.
  • Improve your golf swing with timely tips and information on our golf schools.
  • Enter contests to win golf equipment.
  • Listen to streaming audio anywhere, anytime from "Talking Golf with the Golf Guy" 
  • Contact us if you have a question or comment on anything in the world of golf.
  • Download our sponsor's websites.
  • Listen to podcasts of current golf news including the major tournaments on the PGA"s schedule.
  • And join in the conversation on golf related topics of interests.

 

Latest From The Golf Guy

Is Tiger Woods the Greatest Golfer of all Time?

Is Tiger Woods the Greatest Golfer of all Time? That’s the question as Tiger Woods returns center stage to the PGA Tour after a two-year absence from full-time competition. It matters not a whit if you follow golf or could care less about chasing a little white ball around an oversized park. Whether you’re a […]

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The 2018 Masters-A Dream Come True

THE 2018 MASTERS PACKAGES APRIL 2-8 IN AUGUSTA, GA. AN EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHER!!! Tiger Woods Ready to Return to Augusta! Can Spieth win his 2nd green jacket? Can Rory McIlroy win his first Masters and complete the Grand Slam? Here is your opportunity to stroll down Magnolia Lane at the 2018 Masters Tournament, tour […]

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Barbecued Ribs

To Friends and Family: Just the mention of “Barbecue” conjures up a plethora of emotions, feelings, tastes, smells and the word can be used in many forms. For most, the general term means a celebration of family, friends, food, fun and is uniquely American as apple pie, baseball and the 4th of July. In fact, […]

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“Golf Guy” Jeff Waters, PGA Master Professional, Unofficially Retires

By Joe Watts Jeff Waters, also known as “Golf Guy,” is retiring, but he isn’t. He wants to make it clear that he isn’t retiring, but he is. Clarification is in order, which is normal when talking with Jeff. He’s a complex guy. He is retiring from being an active PGA professional and instead will […]

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I Have Lost My Princess But Heaven Has Gained An Angel

Wednesday, August 16, 2017, on a perfectly gorgeous summers eve, my courageous, caring and loving daughter, Alexis Jane Waters, lost her nearly nine-year battle with stage IV metastatic melanoma cancer. Surrounded and supported by an army of family, friends, fellow workers and followers on social media from around the world, she fought and shared her […]

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Prevention and Treatment of Golf Related Injuries

     You just got the call you have been waiting for all summer. Your brother-in-law’s father belongs to one of the best country clubs in the city and you have been itching to play the course since the day he married your sister. Your prayers are finally answered when, during the call, he casually […]

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How Green is The Masters

How Green is the Masters? It happens every year like clockwork. It’s an occurrence as celebrated and anticipated as a birthday or anniversary and for golfers around the world, probably more so. For those of us who live in the northern environs, the notion begins to take root during the playing of the Super Bowl […]

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On the Fairways and the Airways

On the Fairways and the Airways PGA Magazine, June – Volume 94, No. 6 Article by Sean Fairholm Every Saturday morning, PGA Master Professional Jeff Waters puts on his radio headphones and projects his distinct voice to approximately 2 million people living in the western part of the country. Broadcast from just outside Salt Lake […]

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The King, a Jacket, and Me

The King, A Jacket and Me The ringing of the phone was a distraction. It was the landline, not my cell phone that I usually kept close by when I was working, and I would have to get up from my desk to answer it. Finally, after the sixth ring, I jumped up and grabbed […]

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What’s wrong with municipal golf courses in Utah?

  What’s wrong with municipal golf courses in Utah that wouldn’t be solved by moving them into special services districts? Ho-hum, another year, another budget and the proverbial soup can that is municipal golf course operations in Salt Lake City got kicked down the road again. When will elected officials finally acknowledge their business model […]

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