• Are your expectations killing your progress?

    Self-inflicted expectations hold back golfers of all levels. They turn an enjoyable round of golf into a tiring, difficult stretch of time, thinking “I should be able to do this” or “I wish I had a more...

    • Posted 40 days ago
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  • The power of the eyes in golf

    A great golf shot requires attention to many components. It is therefore no surprise that the best in the world have long discussions with their experienced caddies before deciding on a plan of action for the shot...

    • Posted 175 days ago
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  • 628x471
    Don’t be intimidated by awkward bunker shots

    It is easy to be overwhelmed by all the different types of shots golfers can face from bunkers. On most bunker shots, the ground is very seldom entirely flat. And lies generally vary from bunker to bunker,...

    • Posted 196 days ago
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  • Andy Griffiths
    Three ways to improve your game in 2013

    As 2012 and the golfing season comes to a close, now is the time to look back on the year of golf and evaluate how you progressed toward your goals. Each reader will differ; your goal may...

    • Posted 491 days ago
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