Friday, April 18, 2014
   
Lifestyle Par for the Course

Starting the New Golf Season

Starting the New Golf Season

For most of the golfers in the U.S., it is finally time to get out on the course again. The beginning of another golf season will bring the same old challenges as every year: rusty swings, chunky chip shots, and terrible putts are awaiting us all. Chances are, it will take a dozen rounds or so before the swing and short game come back, but there are some steps that can minimize the damage.

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Hybrid Chip or Putt

Hybrid Chip or Putt

How many shots would you save if you could chip and pitch the ball better? Most golfers do not spend nearly enough time on what equates to be a large percentage of their poor shots. If you have more options from around the green, you are better “armed” to get up and down more often.

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The Aerodynamics of the Golf Ball

The Aerodynamics of the Golf Ball

Ever wonder why a golf ball has dimples? It’s not a question that comes up a lot during golf lessons or group golf instructions sessions. But every once in a while someone will ask about dimples. Some golfers think they’re just for decoration. Well, they’re not. There’s a practical reason why golf balls have dimples. It has to do with the aerodynamics of drag.

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How to Put Spin on Your Golf Ball

Everyone wants to do it – we watch the pros on TV each week hit a golf ball onto the green and suddenly… what?...  the ball backs up! To do this we need back spin! But just how do we go about spinning the ball so it does this?

Lifestyle, Par for the Course | By Michael Stewart

How to Fix a Slice

A slice is the uncontrolled action of the golf ball moving from left to right. The slice is very common. By some estimates, up to 80% of all golfers are burdened with hitting a slice. If you know how to fix a slice and control your swing, you’ll be able to reduce your golf score. By correcting or changing just one or two golf techniques, you will see an immediate improvement in your game. Here are some tips for you on how to fix a slice.

Lifestyle, Par for the Course | By Michael Stewart

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