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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

Dog's can detect cancer in humans!

20th August 2007
Dogs can detect cancer in humans! Yes the title says it all. Seem a little far fetched(no pun intended) for you? More and more stories of dogs sniffing out cancer in their owners are coming to light. Take for instance Steve Werner's story back in 2006. St... Read >
Author: avpsand

Callaway FTI – Probably the Best Golf Driver in the World

27th April 2007
The Callaway FTI can be used to a great advantage if you finally want to beat your golfing partners out on the fairway. So What makes the Callaway FTI so special? Firstly the Callaway FTI is made from a carbon composite which is extremely light weig... Read >
Author: adam parsons

Prevention of Shoulder Insuries Associated with Swimming

26th November 2006
Swimming is a sport enjoyed by athletes of all ages. Although it is not commonly associated with a high risk of injury, swimming does have its own problems. For swimmers, the biggest source of sidelining injuries is the shoulder. While there may be a numb... Read >
Author: Kurtis Keller

Tiger Woods or Bobby Jones: Who's the Better Golfer?

31st August 2005
If you're a golfer, or even have a passing interest in the great sport of golfing -- a sport where you hit a little white ball with a club and try to get that small sphere into an equally tiny 4 and 1/4 inch cylinder in the ground -- then you undoubtedly ... Read >
Author: David Mark

What Should I Know About Biomechanics of the Golf Swing?

28th August 2005
If you've read some of my articles in the past, we focused a lot on training the body to help you provide more power, consistency and accuracy to your golf swing. Today, we are going to get a little more scientific. So hang with me. I am going to e... Read >
Author: Sean Cochran
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