Golf 365

HOW TO BUY IRONS THAT SUIT YOU

When you are looking to buy new irons, one important consideration should be your trajectory....
 
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WRITE A COURSE PLAYBOOK

To help improve the management of your game out on the course, you should draw up a plan of how best to play it in the various conditions (ie Wind, or no wind etc) and write it into a course playbook....
 
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CHECK YOUR FINISH

An excellent check of a good swing is to see where you are at the finish of it....
 
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MAKE THE BEST OF A BAD LIE

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PLAN YOUR LAY-UP

When it is necessary to lay-up, plan your approach shot in such a way that it gives you the easiest possible shot to the green....
 
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TURN THOSE SHOULDERS

If you are slicing too many of your shots, it is more than likely because you are not making a proper shoulder turn....
 
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DON'T LIFT, OR DIP, YOUR HEAD

Many golfers get themselves into trouble by raising or dipping their heads as they swing through....
 
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YOU NEED A LEVEL HEAD

Too many club golfers get themselves in to trouble by either raising or dipping their heads when they swing....
 
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A KEY SWING CHECKPOINT

One of the key checks you can undergo to see that you are making a good swing is to see where you are at the finish of your swing....
 
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PITCH LIKE THE PROS

Touring professionals don't take out deep divots when they hit their wedges....
 
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GET RID OF THOSE 'FAT' SHOTS

If you find you are hitting too many 'fat' shots (hitting the turf behind the ball) you might do yourself a lot of good if you take a look at your weight transfer during your swing....
 
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PLAYING OUT OF A DIVOT

If your ball lands in an old divot hole, you must play it off your back foot with your clubface square to the target....
 
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ALWAYS GRASS BEFORE MATS

If your have a choice of practising on real grass or mats at a driving range, always opt for grass....
 
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TRY HOVERING YOUR DRIVER

If you are looking for more fluidity and distance off the tee, try hovering your driver before take away....
 
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HERE'S AN ALIGNMENT TIP

To align the club face correctly, start by placing it behind the ball, then look down at your left hand....
 
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PRACTICE WITH THE RIGHT BALLS

If you work on your short game with the standard, hard-cover, range balls, you'll not be doing yourself as much good as you should....
 
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GETTING THE LINE ON THOSE LONG PUTTS

If you have to make a long putt that is likely to have more than one break in it, try breaking down your 'read' of the line into sections...
 
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WHEN YOU HIT WATER AT A PAR-THREE...

When you hit your ball in to the water at a short, par-three hole you are left with a number of options....
 
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HOW HIGH TO TEE-UP?

How high should I tee-up my ball?...
 
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CHIPPING UPHILL - GET IT DOWN

If you are faced with a chip to a hole located on an uphill slope, get the ball on the ground as soon as possible....
 
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HOW FAR TO BEND AT ADDRESS?

How far should you bend over when you address the ball?...
 
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PLAYING THE BALL ABOVE YOUR FEET

When you are playing the ball above your feet on the side of a hill, the ball will invariably hook left so set up to aim to right of the target....
 
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HOW TO HANDLE A SLOW PUTTER

When you find yourself playing with a really slow putter, it might be in your best interests to opt, as you rightfully can, to putt-out every time....
 
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PRACTICE WITH YOUR FEET TOGETHER

You can promote good footwork, good balance and a freed-up arm swing by making practice swings with your feet together....
 
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KEEP THE LEFT HEEL GROUNDED

Ben Hogan, one of the great strikers of the ball, was adamant. The left heel should hug the ground on the back swing....
 
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MAKE FAIRWAY WOODS EASIER TO HIT

Fairway woods from the grass can greatly help you score better. Learn how to master the skill in this lesson....
 
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USE HITCH-HIKERS THUMB FOR DISTANCE

To hit the ball longer off the tee, try using this absurdly simple move....
 
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GETTING OUT OF THE LONG ROUGH

Every now than then we'll hit a shot that lands in knee deep grass and have to think about the best way of getting out of it....
 
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PLAYING OUT OF A DIVOT

If the ball lands in an old divot hole on the fairway, you should play the ball back in your stance, square the club face to the target and hit down on the ball with plenty of wrist action....
 
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THE FEARED LONG BUNKER SHOT

The long bunker shot is one of the most feared shots in the game, this partly because unless it is clinically precise, there is so much that can go wrong....
 
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TAKING THE RIGHT STANCE

Swing coaches generally agree that the heels of your feet should be spread slightly wider than shoulder width when hitting your driver......
 
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GET RID OF THOSE FAT SHOTS

If you tend to hit the ball fat (hitting too far behind the ball and sliding under it) it is because you are swinging only with your arms and hands....
 
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GETTING THE FEEL OF LONG PUTTS

On really long putts, your goal should be to lag the ball up close enough to the hole for a two-putt finish....
 
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RAM IT HOME

When you face a putt of inside five feet, be aggressive rather than timid. Don't aim outside the hole, even if you can see some turn....
 
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THE FAIRWAY OR THE HIGHWAY

Sometimes you will come to a point when you absolutely, positively have to put your drive on the fairway....
 
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STAND TALL AT ADDRESS

To help your arms generate maximum clubhead speed with your driver, remember to stand tall at address....
 
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WHY BALLS SHOULD BE MARKED

Before you play in any competition make sure you place a mark of sorts on the balls you will being playing with....
 
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DRAW A LINE IN THE SAND

The one time the club face does not strike the ball is when it is played out of a sand trap....
 
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TOE-IN FOR MORE POWER

A large number of golfers not in the know tend to stand with both feet flared outwards at address....
 
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SPEND LESS TIME WITH YOUR DRIVER

When club golfers go to the range, they, more often than not, spend most of their time hitting their drivers. Wrong. They Shouldn't....
 
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RELAX AND KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN

Too many weekend golfers worry too much about their results on the putting green....
 
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GET YOUR CLUBHEAD UP QUICKLY

As you begin your back swing to play an iron shot, think about getting the clubhead up quickly above your hands....
 
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DON'T TAKE A CHANCE, YOU'LL LOSE

If you find yourself deep in the woods after an offline drive, always look for the easier way to get back into play....
 
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DON'T BITE OF MORE THAN YOU CAN CHEW

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PUTTING IN THE WIND

A strong wind can badly affect the line your putt will take....
 
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WATCH YOUR BENDS

On most occasions when you 'top' a shot, you can expect your partner to yell: "You didn't keep your head down" or "your head came up too soon"....
 
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WHAT CLUB TO USE IN THE WIND

Experienced golfers talk about a 'one club', 'a two club' or even a 'three club wind'. What do they mean?...
 
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WHAT'S A TWO-CLUB WIND?

A good rule of thumb when playing into the wind is to see every 10-miles-per-hour of wind as equating to a one club wind....
 
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STOP WHEN YOU ARE DISTRACTED

Too often, club golfers go ahead and hit their shots when they are not really ready - or when they are distracted. Don't!...
 
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Final day at the Masters

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