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The Long and Short of It

The Long and Short of It

Posted on 29 Nov 2012 / 0 Comment


As many of you may have heard, the USGA and R & A are proposing a ban on an anchored stroke with a golf club to be effective in 2016.  Some of you may be wondering what this all means and what the highlights of this rule change would entail. First, it is important to […]

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Winter Rules

Winter Rules

Posted on 20 Nov 2012 / 0 Comment


Distance control is a vital part to playing sound golf.  If on a warm 70 degree day with no wind and a flat lie you know you hit your 7-iron 167 yards then you have a great opportunity to control your distances into the greens.  Some players of lesser experience may have a range they […]

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Tool Time

Tool Time

Posted on 10 Nov 2012 / 0 Comment


If you are thinking about re-tooling your golf equipment then this is a great time to make the adjustment.  Since you are probably not playing as much, mostly due to the cooler conditions, this would be a wonderful time to “tinker” with your bag.  You might want to try out different golf shafts in your […]

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Why Should I Get a Handicap?

Why Should I Get a Handicap?

Posted on 31 Oct 2012 / 0 Comment


For the casual to average golfer, most players do not see a need to have a USGA handicap.  They feel that they do not play often enough to bother with it.  Golf is a game that is played as an individual and the only way to truly compete against yourself is set goals to improve.  […]

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Keep Up The Pace

Keep Up The Pace

Posted on 18 Oct 2012 / 0 Comment


Pace of Play has been a huge issue over the last 5-10 years with the addition of longer golf courses with more challenging design elements. Trust me, nobody wants to play a 5 1/2 hour round.  It is not fun and takes up most of your day to complete. There are a few key points […]

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Know Your Off-Season

Know Your Off-Season

Posted on 15 Oct 2012 / 0 Comment


Golf can be a year-round game in some parts of the world, but is important to know what your “main” season is so that you can prepare, implement, or maintain your game. In the Northeast US, for instance, it is a given that you won’t play much golf between November 1st – April 1st.  This […]

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