The new golf season has begun and for many of us, our clubs have been stored away for the winter months. If it has been a while since you last hit a golf ball, I suggest a few trips to the range to get those clubs swinging again! But for these first practice sessions, your …
For me, the Masters Tournament is a sign that the golf season is around the corner. Here in New Jersey, the weather is starting to warm up, so it will soon be time to tee up that first shot! I always find that this is an excellent time of the year to set your golf …
Watching the British Open makes it very clear how much the wind can affect the flight of the golf ball! To become a better player, you need to learn to play in different weather conditions. There are two main things I believe you need to do in order to play better in windy conditions.
One of the top rules I try to follow when I get into trouble on the course is to get the ball back in play. How do you turn a potential bogey into a double, triple, or worse? By not following this rule!
The golf swing causes a lot of stress on many areas of the body and it is critical to let injuries heal properly.
After Rory McIlroy won the British Open, he spoke of two words that helped him win. They were “Process” and “Spot.” Upon reading this, I felt that these two words are critical for the beginning and intermediate golfer to live by.
Is your busy schedule is making it difficult to get out and play a full 18 hole round of golf? If you are short on time, then go play nine! Unfortunately, 18 holes can take up to 4-5 hours to play on average, then add in the time to commute to the course, get there …
Struggling during your golf rounds to hit greens from within the 100 yard range? Here is an Everyday Golfer’s Guide Quick Tip to help you improve that area of your golf game!
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Don’t Try to Kill the Ball! This is a lesson that I, and many high handicappers, seem to frequently forget. The harder you try to swing the worse the results tend to be. Swing smoothly for lower scores.