Tag Archives: Golf History

Famous Golf Screw-Ups

Sometimes, when we’re having a bad round, thinking about the pros can really get us down. “How come it’s so easy for the pros, yet when I play, I always shank it onto the other fairway?” First of all, the … Continue reading

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Famous Slices: Mickelson’s Mess Up

At Pause-N-Throw, we like to talk about how curing a slice can help to avoid slipups and bad rounds. But, ironically, sometimes not being able to slice can really mess things up. Let’s look at on famous example, courtesy of … 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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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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