Monthly Archives: March 2013

Dufner’s Spaceout Goes Viral

All around the world, golfers can’t get enough of that wonderful Duf. Jason Dufner, professional golfer and amateur Seth Rogen look alike, was caught on camera before the Byron Nelson open in Texas zoning out during a charity event at … Continue reading

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“Slice” In Foreign Languages

Golf is an international game, and each foreign language has its own particular take on golf terminology. Sure, many countries have imported the original English terms without translating them, but in other cases they put their own particular stamp on … Continue reading

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Slice Stories: Driving Range Hell

A recent round of golf found me and a few links loving friends teeing off on a new and unfamiliar course. Like many courses, the first hole of this course was right near the driving range. But due to lax … Continue reading

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Visualizing the Wrist Position

Watch a golf swing, and even if you’re a complete newbie golfer who has never even touched a club, you’ll probably think, “Not that hard, right?” And while it’s true that the essential motion of the golf swing is relatively … Continue reading

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The Moment of Truth

I went to the Champions Tour tournament at the Newport Country Club this weekend and was struck by two things about the way that the pros swing. There is a feeling that they focus on, above all other things, the … Continue reading

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Curing a Slice: The Other Sites

I recently spent some time checking out what others are saying on the internet about curing a slice. The search “cure a slice” on Google produces a number of video results, but also reveals this rather encyclopedic post at perfectgolfswingreview.net … Continue reading

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Glowing Praise

At Pause-N-Throw, there’s nothing we love more than hearing back from our customers. We were recently contacted by a gentleman (whose name we will leave out for the sake of anonymity) who initially had a complaint about a loose joint … Continue reading

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Get on the Inside of the Ball

I played golf with Walter “Smiley” Jones, a friend and student of long-hitter Mike Austin, and as I watched him swing it was clear he was hitting “out” on the ball. He wasn’t hitting the ball down the line, he … Continue reading

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Slice Stories: Knock on Wood

Recently I was playing a new, heavily wooded course. Myself and two golfing pals were put in with a newish golfer, who was well off enough to afford a nice set of Callaways, but didn’t yet know what to do … Continue reading

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3 Great Swing Plane Graphics

The swing plane is one of the most important parts of golf, and one of the most difficult things to visualize. We here at Pause-N-Throw know the importance of visualizing the swing plane in order to cure a slice or … Continue reading

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