Help with Uneven Lies

As a weekender, trying to improve your golf game, how often is your golf ball setting on a nice flat, perfect lie? Me too. At almost golf driving ranges, players are hitting from perfect lies making the golf course the only place for most of us to hit from uneven lies. I as I’m writing these golf tips on the […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper

1. Not Warming up Before a Round On golf day your round should not start at the number one tee, get to the golf course as least a half hour before your tee time, 45 minutes if you like to chat. This will give you plenty of time to warm up and also give you time to calm down. Because […]

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Golf Club Maintenance and the High Handicapper!

Presented by Forward Golf Grips. @ForwardGolf We go hit a bucket of range rocks, play a quick 9 when can and even drop a few bucks on a lesson now and then, but when do we clean our stick? Many weekend hackers tend to overlook one of easiest and cheapest ways to improve our game, golf club maintenance. Keep it […]

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The NoteCaddie Mobile Golf App @NoteCaddie

Golf has always embraced technology and in today’s golf, the smartphone is the pinnacle. With tens of thousands of the world’s golf course mapped via GPS (Global Positioning System) golfers can view a course before they play it, after they play it, and even as they play it. The smart phone applications add a whole new dimension to course management, […]

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Old Golf Ball of the Day October 26, 2015

The Doug Ford sold by Sears, circa 1963. Doug Ford was born in West Haven, Connecticut on August 6, 1922. Ford turned professional in 1949 and won the first of his 19 PGA Tour victories  in 1952 at the Jacksonville Open. PGA Tour wins (19) 1952 Jacksonville Open 1953 Virginia Beach Open 1953 Labatt Open 1953 Miami Open 1954 Greater Greensboro […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #5

Chipping from the Green Side Fringe There are many different greenside shot types that depending on the lie, the distances to the hole, the height of the fringe, etcetera. Finding the proper club is the key to avoiding costly mistakes like blading the ball past the hole or landing short with no roll. Think, “Keep it low” When choosing a […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #4

Not Taking Enough Club We all hate that feeling when we make our approach shot and flies nicely toward the green only to end up 10 yards shot. One of the best ways to make a significant improvement in your game is to know how far you hit each club in your bag. Unfortunately using the rocks at your local […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #2

Swinging the Club to Hard The last thing we want to hear is do not swing so hard, but it may be killing your game. Once I read an article where Chi Chi Rodriguez said something to likes of “Golf is a game of long and straight, with straight being the most important.” That statement has stayed with me over the […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #1

Not Warming up Before a Round On golf day your round should not start at the number one tee, get to the golf course as least a half hour before your tee time, 45 minutes if you like to chat. This will give you plenty of time to warm up and also give you time to calm down. Because we […]

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The Golf Ball and the High Handicapper

In one round of golf, you will use the driver fourteen times at the most and the putter only on the greens but the ball will be used on each and every shot. A mistake that many high handicappers make is putting the ball seconded to the clubs in the order of importance. Some players take the “I’m going to […]

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