Monthly Archives: September 2013

Autumn on the Golf Course

It’s that time again, time for golfers to go inter hibernation. Leaves are changing, days are shortening, and the weather’s getting a bit nippy. Here at Pause-N-throw, we know that you’re not playing that much golf this time of year … Continue reading

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How Not to Slice on a New Course

New courses: as we’ve examined many times before, they can often be the source of worry about whether you can score well or not. One big problem people have is that things such as slices and mishits become much more … Continue reading

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How to Get a Good Tee Time

An old friend of mine lives on the west side of Los Angeles, near one of the busiest courses in the area. Of course it’s nice having a course right near your house, but when it’s so busy, getting a … Continue reading

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World’s Coolest Driving Ranges

Driving ranges are nothing more than big chunks of empty land for golfers to duff balls at in a vain effort to cure their slices, right? Not always. Here’s a list of some of the coolest driving ranges anywhere. Chelsea … Continue reading

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Slice Stories: Grip and Rip

In golf etiquette, it’s considered impolite to talk, hum, whistle, or make any kind of noise when someone else is hitting. But sometimes, it’s impossible to do so. Here’s a story told to me by a friend that may well … Continue reading

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Cure a Slice with Music?

At Pause-N-Throw we’re all about examining creative cures for one of golf’s most troublesome issues: the slice. Recently, we looked at attempts to cure a slice with hypnotism, and this time around, we’re going to have a look at another … Continue reading

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