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Notepad Golf

21st February 2012
Notepad golf is thinking your way to better golf. If you have ever been at a golf tournament or watched closely when golf tournaments are on television you will probably notice or have noticed something just about all of the pros do as they play their ro... Read >
Author: Anthony Consultants LLC

Putting Stroke: What to Do When You Yip

01st June 2011
The putting stoke is the tiniest movement on the golf course. It is the least glamorous and the least powerful, but the one that can propel your game to the next level. And this is exactly why losing your putting stroke can be such a terror to your game ... Read >
Author: yipsbegone

The Benefits of Trying a New Golf Putting Grip

07th February 2011
Many golfers are quite traditional and stubborn. Instead of trying new techniques, they simply try to work on their current game over and over again. In some cases, creativity can pay off big when trying to improve your game. Some golfers never try a new ... Read >
Author: Joe Pahl

6 Unique Birthday Gift Ideas for Dad's 50th Birthday

08th December 2010
On a milestone birthday like your dad's 50th, you should definitely go out of your way to make it grand and great for him. Because reaching one's 50th birthday is a memorable event, there are many 50th Birthday Ideas to make this day special. A theme-p... Read >
Author: melissa

Your Putting Grip and Why It's So Important To Your Golf Game

26th November 2010
Your putting grip can make or break your golf game. Putting is one of the most important swings that you need to master and is key to how many strokes you will have. About half of a golfer's score is attributed to putting. It is the most essential of all ... Read >
Author: Joe Pahl

Exercise Tips from Annika Sorenstam

11th March 2010
Think of your golf game. Visualize connecting with your drive and sinking your putt. Now think of exercise and how it relates to your golf game. Do you do a total body workout several times per week? Do you have a tailored fitness regimen that pays specia... Read >
Author: Nicky Michael

Descriptions and Uses of Different Golf Clubs

16th September 2009
If you are new to the game of golf, choosing the golf clubs to carry in your set can be quite confusing. A knowledgeable friend or a golf instructor can provide some help, but you still need some guidelines that will cover what to look for before you make... Read >
Author: MikCo

Scoring With The Sand Wedge

07th July 2009
The sand wedge gets no respect. Many weekend golfers use it just for getting out of greenside bunkers. That's because it's hard to hit from the fairway. Even veteran golfers sometimes have problems hitting it from the fairway. But in the hands of a skille... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Breathe Like Tiger Woods The Secret to A Fluid Golf Swing

01st December 2008
Tiger Woods and other top pro golfers use a specific breathing method to relax their bodies for a fluid golf swing.You can easily do the same thing. But first, let's do a quick test to see where you currently stand.In just a moment, I want you to take a b... Read >
Author: coachstephen777

Magic Golf Move - The Early Backward Wrist Break

06th September 2008
A couple of years back my brother in law Steve told me how one simple golf move he employed early in his backswing totally changed his golf game. He went on to say this one "magic move" is so suttle, he couldn't believe what a difference it made in his go... Read >
Author: John Lynch

Improve Your Golf Game By Looking At Your Golf Divots

22nd October 2007
Your golf divots can help you to improve your golf game. How? Simply because your divots indicate the path in which the clubhead is coming into the ball. As an example, if your divots are pointing to the right of your target then that means you've approac... Read >
Author: Nick Bayley

Golf The Game Of Kings And Commoners

30th December 2006
Evidence suggests that the game of golf was played as early as 1354. Though unlike our current understanding of golf, this earliest version was modeled more in the style of hockey. This form of golf is suggested to have appeared in Flanders (versus most a... Read >
Author: Market-For-Me
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