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Increase Driving Distance with These Proven Club Fitting Tips! (29 Aug 2005)
Imagine how much you could lower your scores by getting the kind of distance you know you're capable of.
Adding distance to your drives changes the way you attack a golf course. And those extra yards give you a competitive edge. That's why...
Regrip Your Golf Clibs (23 Mar 2006)
Why regrip? Think about it: Your grips are the only connection between you and your golf clubs. A worn out, slippery grip forces you to hold the club tighter, which in turn leads to flaws in your swing mechanics.
Fortunately, changing your g...
Golf Club, Do You Know Which One is Most Important? (16 Oct 2005)
What is the most important Golf Club in your bag? What is the most important Golf Club in "My" bag? Ask ten different people and get ten different answers. The driver, wedge, putter, 9 iron, different strokes for different folks.
If you w...
Mercedes Championships: PGA 2006 Begins (11 Jan 2006)
Right, Max. Hawaii, Max.
It`s not just that California`s had a run of really wet weather lately (possibly forecasting the rain-delayed 2005 West Coast swing that revivified the age-old debate about indoor golf), it`s that the famous line fro...
Golf Tips for Nasty Swingers (30 Mar 2006)
Most golfers have difficulty executing a good golf swing. If you are one of those that belong to the 99.9% that makes nasty swings, I offer you some golf tips, as there are a number of possible reasons for this.
To help you remedy some of t...
Secrets Of Golfs Longest Hitter (05 Nov 2005)
Would you like to discover the secrets of golf's longest hitter? If so, read on...
Over 31 years ago, 64-year-old, Mike Austin set the Guinness Book World Record for "longest drive in competition" by driving a golf ball 515-yards.
Golf - Playing Best Ball (09 Feb 2006)
Pasture pool is a derogatory term for the noble sport of
golf, but anyone unable to see the humor is possibly also
under-appreciating some of the best things about golf.
Being outdoors, walking on smooth green grass, and
concentrating on perfecti...
Why I Quit Playing Golf (05 Feb 2006)
After listening to my friends go on and on about their experiences playing golf, I finally decided to take up golf again. Except for sporadic forays with rented clubs, I had not played golf since I caddied with my dad in the forties. He did teach ...
The Best Way to Eliminate Lower Back Injuries in Golf (30 Mar 2006)
One out of every two golfers will incur a lower back injury during their playing careers, are you one of them?
Almost every golfer on the planet has at some time or another felt their lower back "tighten" up on the course, after a round, or ...
The Triad (24 Sep 2005)
What Controls These Three Parts?
As players we NEED to understand that we MUST control the three parts of the golf club in order to strike quality golf shots. These three parts are:
1. The clubface
2. The clubhea...
The Basis of Golf (27 Apr 2006)
The basis of golf begins with an understanding of what exactly must happen in a good golf stroke. I call this, "The Basis Of Golf."
Good golf MUST comply with the laws of force and motion. We obey these laws everyday of our lives without e...
Hybrid Club or Fairway Wood? (04 Mar 2006)
Hybrid clubs keep growing in popularity. And the lofts on hybrids keep getting lower. This gives you more options but blurs the distinction between hybrid clubs and fairway woods.
Some hybrids come in lofts as low as 14*. That's lower tha...
Energize Your Short Game With the Right Lob Wedge (15 Mar 2006)
What's the one shot most players would like to add to their game for lower scores? If you answered a high, soft shot within about 60 yards of the green I think you'd be right. Most mid to high handicap players want to know how to master the lob ...
Golfs Most Important Rule – Golf Ball Contact! (26 Dec 2005)
Ever wonder how to get that great distance and control on the course? It all has to do with golf ball contact. Everything depends on how and when you hit the golf ball, and you'll see it in your results.
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Are You Using The Right Golf Balls? (30 Sep 2005)
Contrary to what many people think, all golf balls are not made alike. In fact, they are so diverse that there have been over 5,000 design patents for golf balls given in the last ten years. It may seem like they haven't changed in decades, but ...
Golf in Orlando: Playing Links-Style at the Royal St. Cloud - Unpretentious Golf at its Best (26 Feb 2006)
For a real links-style golf experience we discovered the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links, located in St. Cloud, about 25 minutes southeast of the Orlando airport or the Disney area. The Royal St. Cloud Links greet you with a rolling layout of links-sty...
Golf in Orlando: Timacuan Golf and Country Club (04 Aug 2005)
On our last full day in Florida we had a chance to play another beautiful golf course, this one located about half an hour north of downtown Orlando in the community of Lake Mary. Timacuan Golf and Country Club was built in 1987 and was originally...
Golf Predictions For 2006 (04 Feb 2006)
1. Michelle Wie wins her first tournament as a professional. As competition heats up on the LPGA tour, the domination of Annika Sorenstam's incredible run in 2005 becomes more recognized as one of the best years for any professional golfer.
2006 Trends in High Tech Golf Equipment (09 Dec 2005)
In 2005 we say more high tech, aerospace engineering and material sciences come to the game of golf than ever before. Not that the top players need any help in their game although they will surely be the benefactors of it as even Tiger Woods will ...
Golf Club Care and Maintenance: How to Keep Your Clubs Looking and Performing Like Brand New (04 Jan 2006)
Golf clubs today are really an investment. More than just financially, also an investment in your game. Iron sets can cost over $2000 or more. Wood sets $1700. Drivers alone can cost in excess of $1000. At the time of purchase there is not much s...
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