Golf Short Game

Golf Short Game

Tips For Lower Scoring Many golfers spend far too much time working on their long game thinking this is the key to getting better. Learning to spend more time on the short game is key to getting a lower handicap as quickly as possible. This part of … [Continue reading]

Selecting The Right Putter For Your Game

Selecting The Right Golf Putter Buying a golf putter that’s right for you isn’t easy. You need to do your homework to find one that fits both your budget and your game, which means learning the different types of putters and club heads available and … [Continue reading]

Mental Focus For A Senior Golf Player

Senior Golf Player Senior golf is not only physical, yet additionally, it is a psychological game. You have to have the ability to stay focused, concentrate on the game, and forget the distractions around you. This is very import when playing golf … [Continue reading]

How To Get Rid Of Tension In Your Golf Swing

Tension In Your Golf Swing I think we have all been there. You are staring down a long par 4 from the tee box. The fairway is lined with trees on both sides. The landing location is "tight" as well as striking 3 wood or iron is not an alternative, … [Continue reading]

Golf Course Management

Course Management Playing a good round of golf comes with a lot of good golf course management. Sure it is great to know how to have a great golf swing, but if you haven’t got course management, then you haven’t got a game plan. Have you ever … [Continue reading]

How To Optimally Prepare For The Golf Season

Golf Season

Golf Season The PGA Golf Tour is in full swing and for many parts of the country and world, the golf season is upon us. Many of you are anxious to dust off the golf clubs and get out to the golf course for your first round of golf. A question that … [Continue reading]

Building A Repeatable Golf Swing

Repeatable Golf Swing Building a repeatable golf swing is ultimately the goal of all golf instruction. The secret to producing a repeatable golf swing with your irons is keeping the clubface square to the swing path. Failing to do so forces you to … [Continue reading]