Monthly Archives: August 2015

Training for Bad Weather

For many golfers, rainy days are a no go for planned golf sessions. But for a small few, rainy days are a great opportunity to avoid the crowds, even if it means getting your new set of Callaways a bit … Continue reading

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Golf Brings Families Together

Golf is many things. It can be engaging, challenging, sometimes maddening, and other times it can make you laugh. But for me, the best reason to play golf is to build a connection with the people you play golf with. … Continue reading

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Jason Day’s Big Day

It was golf at its finest. 27 year old Jason Day had never won a major before, but his performance at last week’s PGA Championship gave the impression of that of a defending champ who had already bagged too many … Continue reading

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Can an App Help Your Game?

Golfers never tire of seeking ways to fix common problems, like slices and hooks. And in today’s world, where Silicon Valley churns out hundreds of mobile apps per day for nearly everything? Why not use an app to improve your … Continue reading

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3 Signs You Need a New Training Aid

Golf training aids com in all shapes and sizes. But how can you tell if the new training aid you picked up will really help your game? Here are three telltale signs that it’s time to ditch your current training … Continue reading

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