7 Golf Tips on Hitting Lasers From Tight Golf Lies
Jul20

7 Golf Tips on Hitting Lasers From Tight Golf Lies

Hitting from tight golf lies intimidates some golfers. Tight lies weren’t as common a few years ago as they are now. Now they’re prevalent. They’ll continue to increase as more and more courses look to irrigate less to conserve water and help the environment. Courser superintendents are doing the smart thing. But that doesn’t make hitting from tight golf lies any easier. If there’s a key to hitting good shots...

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7 Golf Tips to Win Your Next Golf Match
Jun08

7 Golf Tips to Win Your Next Golf Match

If you’re like most golfers, you probably use stroke play a lot. In fact, stroke play may be all you play with your regular foursome. Giving strokes to your opponent or opponents is the most popular way to play golf. That’s why a lot of golf tips in magazines and on TV cover stroke play as a topic. But playing match play is also a fun — and highly enjoyable — way to play golf. But many golfers who excel at stroke play...

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6 Quick Golf Fixes That Will Stop the Bleeding
Mar16

6 Quick Golf Fixes That Will Stop the Bleeding

Golf is a strange game. Some days it seems easy. Other days it seems way too hard. But that’s okay. All golfers feel this way now and then. The truth is no one plays their best all the time. Not even the pros. And they work at the game for hours at a time. The question is: How do you do well on days you don’t feel it? That’s not an easy question to answer. But one way is to use quick fixes that can stop the bleeding and...

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6 Ways to Shape Your Shots That Separate “Players” From Duffers…
Nov24

6 Ways to Shape Your Shots That Separate “Players” From Duffers…

What type of golfer are you? Many weekend golfers are average golfers. On a good day, they can break 100. Other golfers are good golfers. They shoot in the 90s consistently or 80s. Then there are the “players.” These players play smart golf and can meet almost any golf challenge that they face. If you’re serious about improving your game, work hard at becoming a player. Players attack courses with a vengeance—and they usually...

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The “GIRs” For What Ails Your Golf Game…
Nov18

The “GIRs” For What Ails Your Golf Game…

Want to card more birdies and pars? Hit more greens in regulation (or “GIRs”). It’s that simple. The more greens you hit, the better your chances of making birdies and pars. Carding more birdies and pars will help you not only break 80 more often, but also reduce your golf handicap. But hitting more greens in regulation is easier said than done. Ingraining the basics improves your chances of doing it. No doubt about that. But the...

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How to Become a Swing Doctor in 6 Easy Steps
Nov11

How to Become a Swing Doctor in 6 Easy Steps

Golf can beat you up. Take the case of Hal Sutton, a Tour player in the 1990s. Sutton went into a horrific slump early in the decade. It got so bad he almost lost his playing card. Instead of doing what most guys would do (practice more, press more, keep plugging away), he took some time off. It was a game-changing decision for Sutton—maybe the best of his career. While Sutton was away, he visited Jackie Burke, a gifted golf...

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