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How to Prepare Yourself for a Golf Game

Improve Your Golf

By Kevin Hutto Before you go to a golf course, it’s important that you are in the mood to play the game. Even if you’re already ...

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Life Lessons in a Golf Game

By Kevin Hutto When you play a game of golf, you engage in it not just for the exercise but for the relaxation it offers. The ...

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How Plyometrics Improves Your Long Game

By Kevin Hutto When you think of plyometrics, you usually think of high jumps and long leaps. At the outset, it doesn’t look like it’s an ...

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How Do the Grasses in the Course Affect Your Golf Game?

There are different types of grasses used in a golf course depending on the area in the golf course. It’s important to know how grass is ...

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3 Mistakes to Avoid in a Golf Game

By Kevin Hutto Golfers, both experienced and amateur ones, are prone to their own share of mistakes and miscalculations on the golf course. Since most players ...

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Tips to Improving Your Mental Game in Golf

Golf is really a game where you have no opponent other than yourself. Sure, you try to get a lower score than the other players but ...

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Best Belly Putters: Improve Your Golf Game

By Sandra Tiffany Belly putters have become more and more popular on the Champions Tour and the PGA Tour because they are just as effective and ...

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Tips to Improve Your Golf Game

by Kevin Hutto If you’ve been looking for golf tips to improve your mental and physical game in golf, then you’ve come to the right place. ...

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Golf Game: Factors To Enhance Every Game

By Ambert Stephens Most golf players, whether newbies, amateurs, or professionals, are struggling to enhance their game performance. We should not blame them. Golfers find real ...

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Boost Your Golf Game by Focusing on These Areas

Are you seeing the same decrease in your handicap that reflects your hard work and efforts? Do you consistently fall short on your drives or feel exhausted at the end of 18 holes? Do you carry the disappointment of a missed putt over into the next hole?

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