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With this shot, Tiger wants his swing to move relatively level to the ground as it impacts the ball, and to trust he’ll like the result.
As Butch Harmon says, implementing the right strategy on your approach shots will help you hit more greens and walk away with fewer big numbers even when you don’t.
There are lots of things pros do different – well, better – than the rest of us. And perhaps king among them is warming up.
Also at various points in his career Henley was known to set his phone for a text alert to himself that read, “I am the best putter in the world.” This week, he was certainly one of the best in Mexico. And that’s all that really mattered.
We’ve compiled 14 of the more common – and often confusing – equipment terms and tried to explain them in their simplest, easiest-to-understand way.
Power uses a set of Ping irons where the company’s venerable iBlade model serves as his 4-iron while the more blade-like Blueprint irons fill out the rest of the set through the pitching wedge.
Victorian based tour operator Air Adventure Golf has won Gold for Best Tour and Transport Operator at the 2022 Tasmanian Tourism Awards.
As golfers, we know punching those tiny core holes and filling them with sand is a necessary evil, but do we really know why it’s necessary?
With the Seven Mile Beach course showing great progress and due to commence operations in late 2023, work on the Five Mile Beach course, subject to approvals, is now set to follow shortly after.
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