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The Magic of Muscle Memory

From D. Johnston  Have you ever wondered how you can hit shots like a pro during practice then struggle to break ninety? Every golfer, at every skill level, has experienced the wild discrepancy between practice and playing. What happens to all the “good stuff” during the ten-minute walk from the practice range to the first…

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What to Look for With a Golf Club Caddy Holder

From Paul Jory  Keeping all of your golf items properly stored when you aren’t out there on the course is very important. You don’t want to leave them in the truck of your car, with items rolling around. You don’t want to leave them in a pile in the garage when you return home. Taking…

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The Cornerstone to A Consistent Golf Swing

From D. Johnston  The biggest (technical) roadblock to improvement for the once-a-week golfer is confusing cause and effect. How do we distinguish cause from effect? Common elements are the causes – variations in technique are the effects. Why do the majority of once-a-week golfers struggle to break 90 consistently? The answer is simple: they try…

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How To Stop 3 Putting Forever With These Simple Golf Tips

From Huyen Truong  This is not about so much putting technique it is more about a solid routine and reading the green. We want you to have some simple tasks that are easy to repeat and easy to add to your routine on the green and hopefully remove the dreading and often times upsetting three…

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Power Moves: Your Innate Swing Unleashed

From D. Johnston How would you describe a perfect shot? Every golfer can relate to the indescribable feeling of hitting the “sweetspot”. For the devout golfer, the essence of the game is discovering the recipe to consistently re-create that effortless feeling. The biggest misconception for the average golfer is believing the evanescent feeling is a…

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How to Play Indoor Mini Golf – The Beginners Guide

From Supun Attanayake Indoor Mini Golf Indoor mini golf or Putt putt, the name the game is famously known by is a small sibling of the world-renowned game, golf. Miniature golf uses a smaller version of a golf club known as a putter hence the name putt putt. Invented between the late 19th century and…

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What to Look for When Purchasing a Golf Cart

From Janet Slagell  Visit any area where people like to get away from it all, and chances are you will see a plethora of golf carts. In fact, you may even see these carts being used in farming communities. But don’t be concerned, they are still a part of that great Scotts inspired pastime –…

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Golf Shafts: Can Make or Break Your Play

From Shalini Mittal  Golf is considered a play by aristocrats. It is a game played with club and ball. The general rules lie in the fact that a player needs to put the ball into a number of series of holes in lowest possible strokes. The golfer who gets success in doing that would be…

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