Tag Archives: Pros

How To Hit A Power Fade

Lee Trevino once said that all the amateurs are trying to draw the ball – and all the pros are trying to fade it. The draw is a power shot and the fade is a control shot. That’s because the … Continue reading

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Jack Nicklaus’s War on Golf Balls

Some people miss the good old days. And for golf legend Jack Nicklaus, those good old days ended when they stopped making golf balls out of goose feathers. In a recent article in Global Golf Post, Nicklaus is described as … 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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Two Winners of the Masters

I couldn’t help but think that we had two winners in the Masters. Adam Scott sunk a putt for birdie on the second playoff hole to win the title. But Angel Cabrera, from Argentina, won me over with his infectious … Continue reading

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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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