Draw on Your Golf Ball

Putting is not always the easiest. Some days the hole looks like a manhole cover and other days it looks like a thimble! Here is a great tip that allows your good days on the greens to be better and your bad days on the greens to be more consistent. Take a Sharpie marker and […]

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Breathe For Golf

Man is to air as a fish is to water. We cannot live without air.  It is a necessity to our existence. Yet, it is so present in our lives and available that most of us are unaware of it and the power it beholds for us. To increase one’s strength, one must first learn […]

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Instant Amnesia?

“Instant Amnesia?” While in his prime, the late Seve Ballesteros was asked during an interview how he keeps from getting angry when he misses a putt or shot. He replied, “Instant amnesia.” Instead of getting and remaining angry, Seve merely forgets it and goes right back to the business of playing golf. Unfortunately, most golfers […]

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Embrace Your Slice (or Draw)

Golf can be a hard game. It can be even harder if you don’t know your strengths and weaknesses. One of the things that make good players great is that they KNOW their game. They know if they are a long hitter, they know if they can rely on their short game and they know […]

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Dan Hansen Video: “Better Ball Striking – It’s All About the Divot”

   Dan Hansen Video: “Better Ball Striking”  

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Top of the Bag: Your Thoughts?

Pull the Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons, down to and including the #6 Iron, out of your bag and for each make a hard cold judgment. For each of those clubs imagine 10 shots out on the course and map the variation of performance. Your #6 Iron is probably pretty consistent. You hit it pretty […]

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Five Ways To Improve Your Game

There are thousands, perhaps even millions of micro-movements that makes up any given golf swing. With so many moving parts it’s safe to assume that there are an equal number of things that can go wrong…but that means there’s an equal number of ways for you to improve. Here are just five methods; how many […]

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Determine Your Eye Dominance

If you don’t know what your dominant eye is you may be costing yourself many strokes per round. Knowing which is your dominant eye allows you to setup correctly to the ball and hole more putts. If you are “right-eye” dominant you will see the hole to the right of its true location because you’ll […]

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The Smart Play Pays Off

They call it the “smart play” for a reason. The way that Bill Haas won this past week’s Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club proves that you don’t need the “hero shot” to win on the PGA Tour (or to shoot your best scores). Here was the scene: A playoff between Phil Mickelson, Keegan […]

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Don’t Get the Cart Before the Horse When it Comes to Your Next Driver

A cart goes nowhere without a horse to pull it.  In a comparison to picking your next driver, the shape or technology of a driver head design is of little importance unless you first get the right ‘horse’ – which in this case means FIVE critical parameters that have to be matched well to your […]

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