Tee Box Anxiety Tips

Tee Box Anxiety Tips

If you think you're the only one who gets sweaty palms and butterflies when stepping onto the #1 tee box, you're wrong.  Lots of people have first-tee anxieties (or, ALL tee box anxieties).  At most courses the first tee is visible to lots of people walking...

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Golf Alignment Tips

Golf Alignment Tips

I often think one of the most frustrating moments in golf (and there are many) is when you hit a great shot but it's 20 yards off line. You hit ball first, got it nice and high in the air, got the distance right, but your alignment was off. There are some easy golf...

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Tips for introducing a friend to golf

Tips for introducing a friend to golf

If you've convinced one of your friends to join you on the golf course, good for you! Golf is a great way to connect with your friends on the weekend or after work. However, if your friend is brand new to the game, we've got some tips for introducing a friend to golf....

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Quick Tips to Improve your Drives

Quick Tips to Improve your Drives

Even though the majority of us will never drive it like Cameron Champ or Bryson DeChambeau, we can still improve our driving.  Whether you're looking to hit it straighter or further, the following quick tips to improve your drives can help you make solid contact with...

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Five Reasons to Take a Golf Lesson NOW

Five Reasons to Take a Golf Lesson NOW

Whether you're a once-a-month golfer or you're a fixture on the course multiple times a week, golf lessons are never a bad idea! There are always things you can learn, tips you can glean, and shots to be gained.  Still not convinced? We've got five reasons to take a...

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Tips for hitting your hybrids

Tips for hitting your hybrids

While we don't often see PGA players pulling a hybrid out of their bag, the LPGA is full of them! Almost every woman on tour has a hybrid or "rescue club" in her bag and there are plenty of reasons why you should consider one too. They're easier to hit than some...

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Golf Tips to Avoid Fatigue

Golf Tips to Avoid Fatigue

Golf season is upon us! Spring is here and it's finally the perfect weather for golf.  Sure you can golf in winter, but it's just not the same is it? Golfing in warmer temperatures can bring up some challenges though and your energy can get sapped fast! Don't worry,...

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5 Mental Golf Tips

5 Mental Golf Tips

Golf is a mental sport. Sure, golf is a physical sport too. We all get exercise walking the course or even walking to the greens from the cart path! Swinging clubs over and over helps to develop flexibility and strength.  However, when it comes to the skill of golf,...

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Home Golf Practice

Home Golf Practice

If you're looking for home golf practice ideas, look no further. We know during this "off season" for many of you, staying connected to golf and working on your swing is important. When you're ready to get back to the course, knowing you've put in some practice, even...

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Mid-Iron Swing Tips for your golf game

Mid-Iron Swing Tips for your golf game

Let's face it: having a great mid-iron game can be a game-changer.  Even if you aren't the best with your driver, if you can get within 150 yards or so, you can still get on a par-4 in 2.  But if you're constantly hitting fat shots or thin shots, or just not making...

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