PostHeaderIcon How to Drive the Ball With Authority

When it comes to being successful in the popular sport of golf, it is important to have a powerful and accurate swing. This is especially true when it comes to the initial drive, which can either make or break the rest of that hole. If you are unhappy with your current swing, then you might be wondering what steps you can take to improve your power and accuracy while driving the ball with the authority of a professional golfer. There are all kinds of ways to improve your golf swing that you may want to consider trying for yourself.

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PostHeaderIcon World Class Golf Courses to Give A Shot

Any golfer would love to experience Augusta National, home of the Masters. But since its a private course, the hopes of a golfer playing the course hinge on knowing a member. That doesn’t mean that all world class courses are off limits to the common man. Some of the most storied grounds are open to the public.
For golfers looking for a bit of history, there’s no better place to start than Scotland. Topping the list is the Old Course Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Does Your Golf Swing Fit You to a Tee?

If swinging a golf club around and playing golf is one of your favorite sports, you probably feel as if you are well accustomed to it and are rather talented at it. However, you might be really missing out if you haven’t perfected your golf swing to a tee.

One excellent way to improve your golf swing is to take lessons. Although the prospect of taking lessons might seem a little bit embarrassing, even the best of golfers can benefit from the experience of a good teacher. Even if you don’t Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Getting Your Putting Up to Par

While people spend so much time on the driving range, the problem is that they do not spend as much time practicing their putting. That is strange because it is actually putting that can be the difference between having a very good round of golf or a very bad one. Chances are that if you are a decent golfer and you have a good day, you will have a good day while hitting your drives. Most of your drives will go where you want them to and you should get to the green relatively untroubled. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Golfing from the Rough: Tips for the Struggling Golfer

Invariably, many golf shots end up in deep rough both off the tee and around the green. Playing these shots poorly can ruin a good round of golf. So what are some tips for the golfer that struggles with these shots?

First of all, the problem with most shots from the rough is that the ball is usually nestled below the tops of the grass. When striking the shot, grass between the club face and ball reduces the distance the ball will go, also effecting where the ball Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Golf Balls That Will Not Have Your Wallet Bawling

If you enjoy golf you are aware what an expensive sport it is. Green and cart fees are astronomically high these days not to mention the cost of lunch and beverages at the turn. Golf clubs, shoes, tees and golf balls all add to your cost as well. There are things that you can do to minimize the gouge in your wallet. It is important to select not only the golf ball that is most fitting for what you want to achieve but also one that will keep Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Professional Golf Tips from Professional Golfers

Are you looking to improve your golf game? Though there are millions of tips all over the internet about how you should swing, what plane you should swing on, and what new driver you should, there is only one tip that should grab your attention, fitness tips. The truth is, golf is a sport and people tend to forget that. In order to play the best golf of your life, you will have to get in the best shape of your life.Confused? Here ‘s a little help . Golf has had the reputation to be a sport for old men, and this has definitely changed over Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Some Great Public Courses

There’s a tournament on nearly every weekend on but if you’ve tired of watching golfers hit on TV and long to sharpen your skills you’ve got to hit the links. Here are a few of the best public courses in the country…
Kiawah Island Ocean Course – Located just a few miles from the historic city of Charleston, Kiawah Island is a massive Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon The Best American Golf Courses for Beginners

Golf can be a fun game to play. Some courses, however, prove too challenging for the beginner. Three golf courses stand out for welcoming newbies to the sport.
The best golf course for beginners is the Executive Course at Lindenwood Golf Club in Cannonsburg, Pennsylavania. This course is one of three offered by the club, so players at all levels can enjoy this club. The club is one of the prettiest in the nation with both broadleaf and evergreen Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Golf Clubs That Will Not Club Your Wallet

For a golf holiday that will not club your wallet, the golfer needs to run to Northamptionshire.

First, the golfer needs to play De Vere Staverton Park in Daventry This club is home to regional, country and Midland PGA events. The club, opening in 1977, consists of 140 acres and contains four small lakes and 64 sand traps. The course is a par 71, 6602 yard long course. The facility also includes a 244 room hotel for your holiday enjoyment. The facility has three instructors to meet your coaching needs.

The second golf club that will not club your wallet is also located in Northampton.I found some more information here. This Read the rest of this entry »

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