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Proper Set-Up And Alignment Leads To ‘Full Circle’ Swing

Finish Your Swing Left of the Target Proper Set-Up And Alignment Leads To ‘Full Circle’ Swing We have all heard it. When getting information about aim and alignment, we often hear to “finish your swing facing your target.” Don’t do it — you will likely hit a shot that will not end up on line. […]

The rules of golf have been in the spotlight

Golf: PGA Tour drives idea of setting its own rules into rough (Reuters) – PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan ruled out his organization creating its own rules on Wednesday, saying he is happy to leave that task to golf’s two global governing bodies. The rules of golf have been in the spotlight after new ones […]

how best to play a dogleg hole

STRATEGY FOR DOGLEGS About to turn a corner? First, give that dogleg some thought You say you can drive it 300 yards, but the last time you did it the hole was downhill, downwind and the ball caromed off the cartpath. You say you shoot in the low 80s, but you haven’t carded an 85 […]

Tiger out at the Arnold Palmer Invitational

Is the second summer of Tiger Woods’ career over? Count me as somebody who has learned his lesson about reactionary Tiger Woods takes. In 2015, convinced I could read the writing on the wall and more than a little annoyed at the attention Tiger commanded in a moment of generational change in golf, I declared […]

Are you struggling with big slices?

Beat The Golf Slice With A Tennis Racket If you’re struggling with big slices and pulls to the left, try this drill When was the last time you hit a tennis ball with a racket? Whether it has been a while or you happen to play tennis regularly, I’m willing to bet you do a few […]

The PGA’s return of the Florida swing and why it matters

The Florida swing is a thing again. After two years of being interrupted by a trip to Mexico, the Sunshine State has retaken its place as a four-tournament run of events as the Masters draws closer. And now, the Players Championship is again part of the lineup. A few things to consider as Bermuda grass, […]

Controlling distance in between yardages

Solutions for when you’re between yardages You probably feel pretty good when you’re at the perfect yardage for the club in your hands. But what about those annoying yardages, like when a full 7-iron is going to be too much, and a full 8-iron might not get there? Or when you’re 45 yards from the […]

How to Avoid the Most Common Golf Injury Lower Back Pain Is No Joke, But It’s Preventable Golf is a unique sport because you can often participate even if you’re not as physically fit as you once were. That said, golf isn’t always an injury-free sport. Low back pain is the golf injury you’re most likely […]

Tee it up!

Who Knew?? The earliest golf tees rested flat on the ground and had a raised portion to prop up the ball. The first patent for this kind of tee is dated 1889, and was issued to Scotsmen William Bloxsom and Arthur Douglas. The first known tee to pierce the ground was a rubber-topped peg sold commercially as the “Perfectum.” What type […]