Your child goes back to school in September, and you know the teacher isn't very good. What do you do?
Even if you're not a golf fan, you can get better at whatever you do by watching the U.S. Open.
U.S. Open golfers are already complaining about the Chambers Bay course. Umm, should it be easy?
The words you say to your athletes will either help them or hurt them. Ask yourself: If you were a teenager and heard your words, would you understand them? Would you know what to do with them? Are they simple and clear?
The number 199 reminds us that it's easier to spot someone's faults than to spot their potential.
Coach Mike Tully has studied peak performance for three decades, first as an international sports writer and then as a championship coach. Coach Tully covered Olympic Games in Lake Placid, Los Angeles, Sarajevo and Seoul, as well as more than 100 consecutive World Series games. Now he takes the insights gained from the greatest athletes in the world and brings them into high school and college gyms.