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Keys To Creating A Solid One-Plane Swing

09th May 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Jack Moorehouse Golf swings fall into one of two basic types. With a one-plane swing, the golfer bends over more and swings around her body. With the two-plane swing, the golfer stands upright more and shifts her weight from back to ... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Short Cuts To A Lower Golf Handicap

19th August 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Jack Moorehouse Every one likes hitting bombs off the tee. There's nothing more satisfying in golf than that, especially if there's a crowd watching. But you don't have to be a long hitter to have a low golf handicap. In fact, one fo... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Practice Routines Lower Golf Handicaps

07th July 2009
Countless ways exist to shave strokes from your scores. For example, an accurate pitch shot from 50 yards away positions you to one putt the hole, instead of two-putting or three-putting it, like you would if you hit a bad pitch shot. Most good pitches sa... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Winter Drills To Cut Your Golf Handicap

07th July 2009
Golfers living in warmer climates are lucky. They can play golf all year round. That keeps their skills sharp, their swings intact, and their desire to play satisfied. They don't have to deal with the bitter cold or snow-covered courses like some golfers.... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Swing East, Hit Hard - Couples Style

06th July 2009
Among the biggest mistakes weekend golfers make is thinking they must swing harder to drive the ball farther. That's not so. You can swing easy and still hit the ball a long way, if you know what you're doing-a point I've often stressed in my golf tips an... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Secrets To Clubhead Speed

06th July 2009
In golf the faster the clubhead moves through impact, the more power you generate and the longer you hit the ball. The longer your shot, the better your chances of slicing strokes off your golf handicap. Longer drives mean shorter-and usually easier-appro... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

How To Tee The Ball - Driver

04th July 2009
Today's oversized drivers offer a great chance to make a serious dent in your golf handicap. They provide advantages that normal sized drivers don't-advantages that mean longer drives, more fairways hit, and better scores. Better scores, in turn, mean a l... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Achieving Consistent Iron Play

04th July 2009
Someone once said that consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. While that might be true in life; it's not true in golf. In golf, consistency is the name of the game-the holy grail of anyone who's serious about improving his or her game. Consistency ... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Golf Tips on Hitting Solid Irons

04th July 2009
To improve iron play fast-and chop strokes off your golf handicap-look to your hands. It's hard to hit quality shots if you don't use your hands correctly. As a serious golfer looking to improve, you must learn what role your hands play in hitting iron sh... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Use Ground Leverage to Generate Power

26th January 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Jack Moorehouse What does throwing a baseball and swinging a golf club have in common? They both use the ground to add some power to a motion. You wouldn't get anything on your throw or hit the ball very far if you didn't. You wouldn... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

Chipping Basics For Dummies

27th April 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Jack Moorehouse Most golfers love ripping 250-yard drives down the fairway. But it's the short game that really cuts strokes off your scores. It also helps you slash your golf handicap down to size. Unfortunately, the short game is o... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse
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