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HOW TO BUY IRONS THAT SUIT YOU

06-30-2009 16:22

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

06-11-2009 09:49

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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MAKE THE BEST OF A BAD LIE

05-19-2009 12:42


 
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PLAN YOUR LAY-UP

05-14-2009 06:44

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

05-12-2009 12:40

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

05-01-2009 10:46

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

04-23-2009 13:35

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

04-09-2009 12:14

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

04-06-2009 12:47

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

04-02-2009 07:24

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

03-24-2009 11:29

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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TRY HOVERING YOUR DRIVER

03-09-2009 15:10

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

02-24-2009 14:50

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

02-16-2009 14:32

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

02-13-2009 14:29

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...

02-10-2009 10:05

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?

02-03-2009 09:57

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

01-30-2009 06:09

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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PLAYING THE BALL ABOVE YOUR FEET

01-13-2009 09:38

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

01-06-2009 14:27

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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Photo Galleries

The final day at the PGA Championship

We take a peak at how Jason Day earned his maiden major win at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. Go to Gallery

Day three at the PGA Championship

It was a stunning day for golf in Wisconsin, here are some of the best snaps of the day. Go to Gallery

Day two at the PGA Championship

We take a peak at some of the action from the suspended second round of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. Go to Gallery

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