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Fitness Exercises for Golf

There are many aspects of a golf swing which dictate the success-fulness of the shot. The major parameters include the technique, tempo and timing of the shot execution which can all work simultaneously together to produce an accurate shot towards the target. Another aspect of the golf swing can be[…]

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Get Out of Reverse

One of the biggest problems I see among women amateurs is a tendency to tilt the upper body toward the target on the backswing and then fall away on the downswing. It’s called a reverse-pivot, because the body weight moves onto the front foot going back and onto the back[…]

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Tiger: Done Playing 18 Hoe’s, Ready for 18 Holes

Every sports fan knows and has an opinion about Tiger Woods.  After the recent sex scandal, everyone with a TV and TMZ has an opinion on Woods. You may not like Woods as a person, but you have to respect the fact that he is the greatest golfer since Jack[…]

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Tiger Woods Press Conference Was Over Par

[topsy_retweet_big]At 11am EST on February 20th 2010 Tiger Woods made his first public appearance since the unexplainable Thanksgiving destruction derby. Woods gathered friends, family, and selected members of the media for this highly anticipated press conference. The most impressive part of this entire process was that the golf writers association[…]

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For Long Putts

Here’s how to lag it close from long range and avoid those agonizing three-putts 1. FOCUS ON SPEED Spend less time reading the break and more time focusing on speed. On long putts, the surest way to get the ball close is to judge the distance correctly. Stand to the[…]

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Half & Half

Stabilize the Lower Body and Hinge the Wrists to Hit Crisp Half-wedge Shots One of the most difficult shots in golf is the half-swing wedge. Unfortunately for many women, it’s also one of the most common. Hampered by a lack of distance, they have a hard time reaching some greens[…]

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A Change of Face

If you’re anything like my pro-am partners, you dread greenside bunker shots. I’m here to help, with two simple modifications to your approach in bunkers: Adjust your clubface; adjust your attitude! These fixes may seem unrelated, but you must have a confident attitude in order to succeed. And confidence is[…]

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Lofty Trendsetters

You’ve probably noticed the growing use of high-lofted fairway woods among Tour players. At the 1996 U.S. Women’s Open, there were 66 7-woods and a dozen 9-woods in players’ bags. A couple of years ago you wouldn’t have even seen a handful of those clubs in the entire field. A[…]

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