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Why a Pre-shot Routine Matters to Your Game

Scott France, Contributing Writer Those of us in the Northeastern US find ourselves only a few weeks away from the official start of the handicap season. To compare our golf seasons to Major League Baseball – we find ourselves beginning our very own ‘spring training’ at this time of year. It’s what we do in the coming weeks, with regard [...]

by · March 14, 2012 · 1 comment · Featured, Golf Instruction
Fishing With A 2-Iron

Fishing With A 2-Iron

Dave Van Meter, The Golf Writers Contributor   Tempo, Tempo, Tempo.  Golfers hear this word all the time from Pros, Instructors, and books written to improve our game.  We have all experienced the results from swinging hard and having the ball go nowhere.  Later on when we are relaxed and not thinking about it we swing casually and the ball [...]

by · March 12, 2012 · 0 comments · Golf Instruction, Top Story
Hitting The Ball From a Divot

Hitting The Ball From a Divot

The picture to the left offers most of us a sigh of relief. But one of the most annoying things in golf is hitting a tee shot dead-center into the fairway, only to find that your ball is resting in a divot. We saw this happen on several occasions last weekend at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and in particular it [...]

by · February 16, 2012 · 2 comments · Golf Instruction
The Most Important And Most Destructive Golf Tool, Your Brain.

The Most Important And Most Destructive Golf Tool, Your Brain.

By Dave Van Meter This is your brain on golf Your conscious thoughts can kill your game.  Many years ago I was playing in a summer league with some of my life-long golfing buddies.  One of the guys (Mike) was just on fire that day, nothing but pars and birdies.  He was starting to get on our nerves after about [...]

by · February 14, 2012 · 2 comments · Golf Instruction, Top Story