Monthly Archives: May 2015

How to Build Accuracy at the Range

The first thought on everyone’s mind as they step up to take a crack at the ball on the range is that they want to hit it out of the park. There’s something about those little distance placards placed a … Continue reading

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Playing Golf in A Drought

While folks on the East Coast may still be recovering from that “polar vortex”, we here in California have a massive drought on our hands. This means leaner, and definitely not greener, fairways. Golf courses are notoriously water dependent, and … Continue reading

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Pause-N-Throw: the Cure for Iron Shots

Recently, we talked about a method for keeping track of how many greens you hit in regulation. One important thing to add to that is that if you don’t get your fairway iron shots in shape, you’re never going to … Continue reading

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Keep Stats to Find Your Weaknesses

In golf, hitting fairways and greens in regulation is a big deal. Real Joe-pro golfers like to talk “greens in reg.” That means that on a par four you should be on the green in 2 shots — that’s hitting … Continue reading

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