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Five Golf Tips Guaranteed to Cut Strokes

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 06:26:52 +0000

Let’s face it. Cutting strokes from your golf handicap is tough. If you have a high golf handicap, it’s a bit easier than if you have a low one. But it’s still hard to do. The key is to practice every phase of the game. If you don’t have time to do that, then work

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Save Strokes by Hitting Higher-Lofted Golf Shots

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 15:52:51 +0000

Do you carry a 64-degree wedge? If not, you may want to reconsider that decision. A 64-degree wedge is a game-changer. It’s a stroke-saving weapon that can bail you out of tight situations and set you up for easily makeable putts. Once mastered, the 64-degree wedge enables you to hit a higher-lofted shot that can

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Score from No Man’s Land with these Golf Tips

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 16:27:56 +0000

How many shots on average from 60 to 100 yards do you take per round? Three? Four? The typical weekend golfer averages about 3.2 shots from 60 to 100 yards out, also known as no man’s land. Players with high golf handicaps probably average more.These shots, which often are less than full wedge shots, matter.

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Pre-Putt Routine to Drain More Putts

Thu, 18 May 2017 03:10:33 +0000

Are you missing easy putts you normally drain? Every golfer goes through a putting slump now and then. That’s to be expected. After all, we’re all human, and golf is a tough game to master. But if you’ve been missing three and four footers for a while, you need to do something about it. Missing

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Cut Strokes from Your Handicap with this 14 yard Pitch Shot

Thu, 04 May 2017 04:56:32 +0000

If you’re like many weekend golfers, you don’t have a lot of time to practice your game. Your family responsibilities and your work consume most of your time. So, when you do get a chance to practice, you must get the most of your time at the range or on the practice green. The question

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Cut Strokes from Your Handicap with This Golf Shot

Wed, 19 Apr 2017 19:17:48 +0000

If you’re like many weekend golfers, you don’t have a lot of time to practice your game. Your family responsibilities and your work consume most of your time. So, when you do get a chance to practice, you must get the most of your time at the range or on the practice green. The question

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Five Scoring Secrets To Score Like A Pro

Mon, 03 Apr 2017 19:18:12 +0000

Scoring, not great drives or pinpoint approach shots, is the secret to breaking 80 and to score like a pro. So, you need to become a good scorer to go low. One PGA pro that epitomizes a good scorer is Phil Mickelson. He’s been among the PGA’s top players for better than a decade. His

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Correct Your Backswing With These Simple Drills

Sun, 12 Mar 2017 23:17:08 +0000

A lot of things have changed in golf over the years—especially when it comes to club technology. But there’s one thing that hasn’t changed. It’s the importance of hitting greens in regulation (GIR). This stat is among the most telling in the game. But what does that mean exactly? Hitting a green in regulation means

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Change Golf Swing to Boost Scoring Ability

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 18:18:50 +0000

How many swings do you need to break 80? If you’re like most golfers, you’d probably say two—your full swing and your putting Strike. Right? But Dave Pelz, golf’s well known short-game guru, thinks otherwise. He says adding a third swing to your arsenal can take your game to the next level and help you

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Tips to Play it Long and Straight Down The Middle

Wed, 22 Feb 2017 16:29:27 +0000

Long and straight down the middle. That’s how we’d all like to hit them. It also boosts your game. In fact, there’s no better way to chip strokes from your scores than by starting every hole from the middle of the fairway. Hitting one long really takes pressure off your short game. So, if you’re

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Use Good Wrist Action To Add Yards To Your Shots

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 17:00:18 +0000

Would you like to pound out 300-yard drives? Sure, you would. That would sure help your game, wouldn’t it? But slamming 300-yard drives isn’t easy. So, what’s the key to boosting clubhead speed? One is to use good wrist action to add yards to your shots. It’s also a key to mastering your overall game.

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Transform Your Hook With These Proven Golf Tips

Thu, 09 Feb 2017 02:34:26 +0000

While hooking isn’t as common as slicing, it’s still a nasty swing fault—one that can cost you strokes or ruin a day. But if you’re a hooker and not a slicer, you’re in luck. A hook, as they say, “is the last stop on the road to a good golf swing.” Transform your hook with

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5 Tips to Beat Tight Fairways Using Your Driver

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 21:51:27 +0000

Do you panic when faced with a tight fairway? Some weekend golfers do. Hitting tight fairways is challenging. No doubt about it. Miss the fairway and you can dig yourself into deep trouble, especially if the rough is thick. This type of mistake can cost you strokes big time. But panicking isn’t the solution either.

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Short Game Shots To Cut Strokes

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 20:01:05 +0000

Improving your short game in golf is the key to breaking 80. Without a good short game, you’ll have to hit every green in regulation to eliminate extra strokes. And hitting every green in regulation is near impossible—no matter how good you are.

One situation where you can cut golf strokes is a shot that's 20 or 30 feet from the green. You can't afford to miss this shot. If you do, you’re looking at a bogey or even a double bogey, making it tough to break 80 for the round.

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Develop A Go-To Golf Shot

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 13:26:20 +0000

There are numerous reasons why players work the ball. They can hold it up into the wind. Work it away from trouble. Or fade or draw the ball to better get at different pin locations. A straight ball flight would be subject to the wind direction, so for example, if there is a left pin location, the wind is left to right, you would have to start the ball way left of the green and hope the wind brings it back on target. Or you could draw the ball (right handed) into the wind and have your miss (if the wind overpowers the draw) be in the middle of the green. It also can improve the angle of attack depending on pin location and shape of the green. Also think about fairways that bend left or right. Shaping the ball allows them to utilize the most out of the course's shape.

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Golf Tips to Get Your Game Back on Track

Mon, 09 Jan 2017 16:26:45 +0000

If you're serious about breaking 80, you need to find ways of getting back on track when your game starts to go south. Unless you can stop that from happening—and do it quickly—you'll pack additional strokes on your score, which will keep you from breaking 80. Righting the ship is one things the pros do well.

But you shouldn't do when your game goes sour is try to revamp your swing while playing a round. That's not the best time to do it. The best time to make a major swing change is after the round is over at the practice range. What you need when playing is to make some simple adjustments to get you over the hump and your game back on track.

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Choose The Best Driver To Fit Your Golf Swing

Tue, 27 Dec 2016 00:39:08 +0000

Buying a new driver isn’t a panacea. It won’t eliminate all your golf swings flaws or cut your golf handicap. Only hard work will do that. But a new driver can help you hit the ball longer and straighter, setting you up for shorter approach shots. Hitting shorter approach shots means you'll hit more greens regulation and shoot lower golf scores. So, if you're looking to buy yourself a present this year, a new driver isn't a bad choice.

But buying a new driver can be a challenge—especially if you’re new to the game.

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Video Your Golf Swing to Eliminate Errors

Mon, 19 Dec 2016 20:02:06 +0000

If you’re like most golfers, you’re always looking for ways to improve your golf swing. Golf tips and practice can eliminate swing flaws but one of the best ways to spot errors—and eliminate them—is to shoot a video of your swing.

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How To Manage Golf’s Biggest Threat

Wed, 14 Dec 2016 01:28:08 +0000

Slow play on the golf course is golf’s biggest threat. So how long should it take your foursome to play a round of golf? The Hammond Creek Golf Club tracked average playing time of golfers by month for over two years. The average time for a foursome at that course was four hours and eleven seconds. That's about the average time at most courses. But many rounds still take as long as six hours to play. That's way too long.

Slow play sucks the joy out of the game. It also hurts scores. In fact, no research shows that slow play improves scores. It probably does the opposite. Playing faster, on the other hand, speeds up the round, allows you to enjoy the game more, and helps you achieve and maintain a nice rhythm, which improves golf scores—and to some degree golf handicaps.

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The Stress-Free Golf Swing Review

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 21:29:22 +0000

The Stress-Free Golf swing was created by Jeff Richmond of ConsistentGolf.com. There is an interesting story to the creation of this swing, because Jeff claims he accidentally discovered a secret move that Ben Hogan made in his golf swing. Jeff says he made this discovery on the 5th of March, 2015. Jeff knows the exact

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