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Five Golf Tips for Beginners

There are very few of us who naturally pick up a golf club for the first time and hit it miles down the fairway! Golf like any other pursuit takes a little bit of time and patience. If you think back to when you started learning how to drive a car you probably didn’t drive like you do today!

Putting drills to work on at home

Anyone who has ever played the game of golf knows that putting can be one of the most frustrating parts of the game. From the outside looking in, putting seems like it would be the easiest aspect of the game. You are right there close to the hole. You can see exactly where you need to hit the ball. However, when you are standing over your ball on the green, it can be very difficult to stroke it with…

Developing a good golf set up

Much of the success or failure of your golf game can be determined before you ever actually swing a club. The tools you possess in your head can be much more effective than anything you carry in your golf bag. The way in which you mentally and physically prepare to take a golf shot is just as important as the actual act of swinging the club. That is why it is so important to develop a pre-shot routine…

Five Tips for Longer Driving

Nearly everyone who has ever played the game of golf has, at one time or another, wished they could drive the ball further. Good golf equipment will, of course, have an impact on the quality of your shots. However, there are a few simple tips that can get you driving farther in no time at all.

Five Tips for Better Putting

Every golfer, from the most experienced pro, to beginners, could benefit from becoming a more accurate, more consistent putter. Taking time to focus on putting can take strokes off your score very quickly.

How you can reduce your putting errors

One of the more common sayings in all of golf is "Drive for show, putt for dough." It is possible to have a great driving round and still wind up well over par because of the importance of putting. Par is set up to allow for two strokes on the green. If a course has the normal number of four par-3 holes, a golfer will hit his or her driver a maximum of 14 times in a round.

Guide to Effective Golf Course Management

Smart golfers carefully think through every shot before they ever step up to hit it. They think through all the factors that will go into the shot, and then they will create a sure plan. In this manner they will be able to hit every shot with confidence, increasing their chances of success.

A guide to adjustable drivers

Most equipment manufactures have added some degree of adjustability to their drivers for 2013. The new Cobra Amp Cell, Cleveland Classic XL, Ping G25, Nike VR S Covert, Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme and Titleist's 913 drivers all feature adjust ability as well as the market innovator in the area of adjust ability Taylormade with their new R1.

A simple warm up exercise to try

For more times than I can remember I have walked straight onto the first tee without doing any warm up with some pretty disastrous results.

Using a chipper for bump and run shots

A lot of golfers like to use their putters around the greens. This is because there is less of a back swing and you can get a firmer connection with the ball.