Monthly Archives: February 2013

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14: Realistic?

So it’s fair to assume that Wii Golf, a video game featuring stick figure characters made six years ago, won’t exactly be able to convincingly replicate the experience of swinging a golf club. But what about the most up-to-date, photo … Continue reading

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Wii Golf: Realistic Yet Not

When Nintendo first released the Wii in 2007, one of the first games to be included was Wii Sports, which included golf as one of the playable sports. The innovative new controller made swinging in the game much more similar … Continue reading

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How to Play Well on a New Course

In our last blog, we talked about the importance of having a good home course. But how do you take the skills you acquire there and apply them to an unfamiliar course? There are a few ways to go about … Continue reading

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Home Course Advantage

Last weekend, PGA Pro John Merrick won the Northern Trust Open at Riviera in Southern California. It was one of his first major tour victories, and it was especially encouraging for us, since Merrick learned to play golf at the … Continue reading

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Accuracy From a Bad Lie

Bad lies, whether for golf shots or statements that are untrue, are hard to get out of – for this post, we’ll focus only on the golf kind. When you get a bad lie, it’s important to be able to … Continue reading

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Practice Swing Philosophy

Practice swings: they can either help or hurt. Of course, good practice with the right swing – using effective training devices like the Pause-N-Throw – is the key to curing a slice, curing a hook, or boosting distance. But is … Continue reading

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