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How To Play Bunker Shots from Deep Greenside Bunkers

22nd August 2011
Sooner or later sadly all golfers find their ball in a bunker and have to work out how to play bunker shots. It's crucial not to let negative thoughts occupy your mind, like thinking how difficult it will be to get out and how many shots it may add to you... Read >
Author: John Holdsworth

Curing The Slice in Golf : Never Hit Offline Again

17th August 2011
Firstly we need to understand what causes a slice before we can look at curing the slice in golf. With a right hander, the ball veers off to the right created from a left to right bend in the ball flight. We can therefore deduce that the ball is spinning ... Read >
Author: Andrew Brookes

The Review of Callaway x vft hybrid

04th August 2011
Callaway is a huge name in golf and they have created many top products including the Callaway x vft hybrid. These hybrids are made with a zero roll design so that golfers can hit higher and longer shots. They are considered an intertia driven club and ar... Read >
Author: yukilee

Inside Out Golf Swing Drills-Golf Swing Tips

29th June 2011
The inside out golf swing refers to the swing plane that the golf club takes the way it passes through the golf ball. Swing plane is one of the golf swing tips that are generally difficult to master, but achieving an inside out golf swing shared using a g... Read >
Author: Sean O'Kelly

The Physics And Design of a Golf Club

28th April 2011
Do you remember in high school when we all learned about levers? Levers have a way of multiplying force thus giving you a mechanical advantage when you want to move a large object for example. Most golfers think there are only 2 levers in the golf swi... Read >
Author: John Lynch

Golf Push Shot Causes and Fixes

21st February 2011
The golf push shot is one of the most common swing faults. The golf push shot most commonly occurs when the clubface is open relative to the swing path and/or when the swing follows an excessive "in to out" swing path. Here are the common faults and fixes... Read >
Author: cagenicolus

Ping Rapture Iron Set vs Ping G10 Iron Set

26th January 2011
This new wrap style grip utilizes a soft rubber compound for enhanced feel, similar to the 703 grip. Fine satin finish gives the Rapture Iron a deep, rich look while providing exceptional durability. The "polished" back weight and graphics badge add to th... Read >
Author: delia

Do You Like TaylorMade R7 XR Driver?

29th December 2010
Whether you are looking for a good golf clubs? Today, I will recommend you a club. It is one of the rarest drivers in the US--- TaylorMade R7 XR Driver.This is a Japan only release and is considered by TaylorMade Japan to be their "Super Premium" driver. ... Read >
Author: delia

3 Crucial Tips To Stop Slicing A Golf Ball

10th September 2010
If you cannot stop slicing a golf ball your scores will suffer! The game of golf is one of by far the most challenging games of skill on the planet. It may be lots of fun and rewarding but when you suffer from hitting a slice you will no doubt have more f... Read >
Author: Jim Masters

Driver Finder Review- best value portable computer device new driver resources

02nd September 2010
Driver Finder Review - Not too seeing PC or sometimes any big box home gadget challenges right now doesn't indicate an individual do all new programs. Marriage flat delivery staff lacking achieving it all, then you definately be in danger involved with No... Read >
Author: Scotty Greene

Antique Golf Club Appraisal

04th December 2008
Before buying antique golf clubs, you must get into the habit of appraising it properly. Unfortunately, most of us at some time have had the experience of giving a club a simple once-over glance and then finding out after we've purchased it that it may no... Read >
Author: Joel Sherman

How I became A Scratch Golfer

30th September 2008
Golf used to be very frustrating for me because I couldn't get any better than a 18 handicap. I watch the Golf Channel and read Golf Digest religiously - there was something missing in my golf swing and I could not put my finger on it. I was your ty... Read >
Author: John Lynch

What is the Magic Triangle in the Golf Swing?

03rd September 2008
Just watch the tour pros on T.V. and the first thing you notice is how they keep their left arm straight as they swing the golf club. The trouble is; how do you learn to keep your left arm straight? A lotta golfers who think they keep their left arm... Read >
Author: John Lynch

King Cobra Drivers Reviews

11th June 2008
From the King Cobra 460 Driver to their new LD Driver Series The King Cobra SZ 460 model was introduced in 2005 and is still considered a very technologically advanced golf club. If you don't swing like the pros and still want to get great distance, th... Read >
Author: James OBrien

Gold Equipment: How to choose the right Iron Set?

15th February 2007
Today's golf equipment manufactures make several different lines of golf clubs to fit many golfers & budgets. In order to find the best fit for your game is research. Many factors that go into this decision is Skill level, Price & Brand appeal. Start ... Read >
Author: Web Writer
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