Chipping 4.0

Chipping 4.0

by: B. J. Hathaway If your drives are not getting out there with your buddies or your irons are short and weak, the best way to gain distance is not expensive clubs but rather getting back to basics like the chip shot.  Having studied great ball strikers, we see one common trait no matter how […]

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The Need for Speed (control)

The Need for Speed (control)

by: Stephane Boudreau Since I have been in college, improving my short game has become my top priority. I focus especially on improving my wedge game and putting, but I think I lean more on improving my putting because I think it is the most important part of the game, simply because I putt 18 […]

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Master Edition: Navigating Fast Greens

Master Edition: Navigating Fast Greens

It’s Masters week. One of the first things that comes to mind when thinking about the Augusta National Golf Club is their beautifully manicured golf course. They spend millions of dollars every year to keep it looking great. The most famous course element is the greens at Augusta. They are fast, undulating, and require a […]

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Experiment Around The Greens

Experiment Around The Greens

As most players already know, a sound short game can be the difference between a really poor round and an average round.  It can always cover up a poor ball striking day by allowing you to save par from tough positions.  Execution is key, but you must have a strategy in place that will help […]

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The Importance of Lag Putting

The Importance of Lag Putting

During these months where the days are shorter and temperatures are lower, it is a great opportunity to focus closer to the hole.  You can groove your golf swing and make those necessary adjustments, but a majority of players have trouble with their putting.  Especially their long putting.  Don’t discount this part of the game […]

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Improve Your Wedges from 50 Yards and In!

Improve Your Wedges from 50 Yards and In!

Most amateurs can get it around ok from tee to green, but when it comes time to hit a 30 yard shot over a bunker or a 50 yard shot to a pin on a back tier of a green, many seem to struggle. PGA Tour professionals work hard at these shots for long hours […]

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Make Every Putt Inside 5 Feet

Make Every Putt Inside 5 Feet

When was the last time you had a round where you made every putt inside of 5 feet? Odds are, you probably haven’t had one of those rounds in a long time, if ever. So try to add up the amount of strokes you would have saved yourself. Even half that amount might sound like […]

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