Christopher Harney is an excellent golfer who has lived and worked in Southeast Asia for almost two decades acting as a strategic advisor to international companies seeking to enter or expand business activities in Asian markets. He holds a world record as 1981 National Power Hitting Champion and has contributed a lot to the game of golf through his writings, series of 13 corporate gold television shows which he hosted and developed in 1983 when he was based in Osaka, Japan.
Importance of Golf Flexibility
Golf flexibility is a commonly used term in golf. Anyone who plays golf regularly is usually aware of this term as it mostly used by senior golfers. It is a natural phenomenon wherein as a person’s age increases, his or her golf flexibility decreases. Decreased flexibility also causes decreased driving distance. Repeating good swings also becomes difficult, and this decreased level of performance can frustrate any good golfer.
Christopher Harney is son of a popular golfer who had 6 PGA Tour victories and five wins in the Massachusetts Open His father served as a navy officer during the Korean War and was known for his excellent game, helping and charitable nature.
Christopher Harney also followed the footsteps of his father and set a world record of 271 yards with 9 iron in 1981. He has been part of various professional golf associations like such as Professional Golfers’ Association of America, the Massachusetts Golf Association, and the United States Golf Association. While in Osaka, Japan, he developed and hosted a series of 13 corporate golf television shows. He also started a corporate golf program and was its Golf Director at Andover Country Club. The club had members like Converse, Wang and Merrill Lynch.
Christopher Harney is a leading golfer who has been associated with different golf associations and has contributed a lot to the game of golf. The United States Golf Association is known for conducting the U.S. Open, U.S. Women’s Open, and U.S. Senior Open besides 10 national amateur championships, along with other state and international matches. This Association can be considered as a global leader in the development and support of golf course management and practices.
Christopher Harney’s father was also a well-known golfer who was Five-time Massachusetts Open championship winner. His father gave golf lessons to people of different age groups to help them improve their golfing skills. He also donated to charities and was a devout catholic. Chris inherited the love for this game from his father and is known for setting a world record of 271 yards with 9 iron in 1981.