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  • Remembering What You’ve Learned from Your Last Round of Golf or Practice Session

                    One of the most frustrating things about a bad golf round, which doesn’t have to do with your poor play is figuring out what is wrong with your swing on the 16th or 17th hole, when it’s too late to salvage your bloated score. It’s even more

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  • Learning to Play Golf at a Young Age

                    I wish I had picked up golf younger than I did. I was 13 before I ever swung a golf club and little did I know then that I would fall in love with a game that seemed so silly at the time. It wouldn’t have seemed

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  • While You May Not Get Variety, You Will Probably Save Money by Joining a Golf Club

                    If you are an avid golfer; someone that plays more than once a week, then you may have thought about joining a golf club. Almost every town has at least one, but most golfers are hesitant to join because of one thing; money. Private and semi-private clubs

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  • Choosing your Golf Club off the Tee

                    Club selection is one of the most important aspects of golf when it comes to scoring. Even if you are a solid ball striker, hitting the wrong club will cause you to miss the target zone. Often that target zone is the green, but club selection is

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  • Have You Shot Your Golf Handicap Lately?

    Have you ever wondered why it is so difficult to shoot your handicap during a round of golf?  The USGA Handicap System centers around the course rating, which is what a scratch golfer would typically shoot on any given course.  Every golf course has a different course rating and course slope measured from each set

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  • Knockdown Shots: How to golf in windy weather

    The British Open, probably the most sought after major championship for players around the world, is set to take place at the Royal Lytham & St. Annes. Without a doubt, players will be tested and forced to rise above adversity over the 72 hole major championship. The windy and rainy weather at the Open Championship

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  • Distance Control on the Golf Course

    The next time you watch a Golf Professional notice how they are able to pick a golf course apart. They always know the exact distance to their specific target. Their target could be a specific yardage short of the green, a hazard or even a specific location on the green. You never see a really

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  • How to Hit a Flop Shot on the Golf Course

    There are many circumstances on the golf course when a normal chip or pitch shot will not work. In many of these situations you need a flop shot (also known as a lob shot) that produces a high trajectory where the ball will land on the green and stop quickly. You might be forced to

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  • Proper Nutrition For Your Golf Game

    Have you ever wondered why you lose your concentration in the middle or towards the end of your round of golf? This can lead to a few double bogeys that basically ruin a solid round. Focus on maintaining your concentration and finishing stronger. You can play to your potential if you keep your body properly

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  • Playing Golf in the Rain

    There’s no secret that it rains in the Pacific Northwest; especially in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. It rains a lot here; 40-45 inches per year if want to be exact and even more along the coast. This may be discouraging for avid golfers, who call the region home, but as an Oregon native, I

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