Golf Tips for Practicing a Shorter Swing
Golf tips for practicing a shorter golf swing is the subject for today. I touched on this a little in some previous articles, but let me explain the significance of a shorter swing. Let me begin with saying that 95 percent or more of amateurs overswing.Golf GPS Review – Why You Should Buy A Golf GPS System
Why is it such a good idea to use a golf GPS system? Well for me it’s not exactly rocket science. To a degree it depends on you level of ability. Read this article and find out why a golf GPS will improve your golf game.A Few Golf Swing Drills You Can Do at Home
If you want to be really skilled at golf, learning simple golf swing exercises at home will help you in developing an incredible aid in getting you on the way to your goals at the golf course. Repetition, with not just golf, but in everything we try to become accomplished at, is really a fundamental part to achievement for getting a consistent golf swing, as long as you repeat the correct swing fundamentals. And these fundamentals cannot be copied from Tiger Woods or anyone else that has mastered golf, unless they could speak with you in lingo you can comprehend…A Golf Addict Plays Some Fantastic Courses
This weekend I had the pleasure of playing some really good golf courses with a very diverse group of mates The initial course was a secret jewel secreted away close to the border of England and Wales and the second was a world famous golf centre in Ireland. Rolls of Monmouth – I tried this course with a bunch of dental surgeons and lab technicians from Cardiff- no down in the mouth jokes please! What a pleasure to play this gorgeous rolling parkland course with some difficult demanding holes and…Darren Clarke Was Challenged by an Army of Leprechauns
There was that moment when the eventual Open Winner, Darren Clarke’s ball clipped the top of a bunker and thundered on safely down the fairway. There were at least two other ‘magical’ moments when the commentators said that Clarke had ‘the luck of the Irish’.Tips For A Novice On How To Hit A Golf Ball
When first starting to learn to play golf the hardest thing for a novice golfer to do is to learn how to hit a golf ball. For what seems a simple task it can be one of the most difficult thing in golf for beginners to master. No matter what age you are starting the learn to play golf you need to master this part of the game.Key To A Good Golf Swing
The search for a good golf swing continues. Every golfer is looking for the key thought or tip that will instantly add more yards to their drives, and keep them in the fairway. Unfortunately, many golfers don’t look in the right direction to get this improvement.3 Tips for Golf Swing Improvement
Golf swing improvement comes partially from the hours on end that you spend on the driving range and on the course. What most serious golfers are learning is that a lot of improvement comes not just from swing practice but from workout routines that increase a golfer’s overall level of fitness.Having Proper Balance in Your Golf Swing
While it seems like common sense many golf to not realize that having the correct balance in your golf swing is important to each and every shot. If you’re off only by a slight margin you’ll hit more poor shots than solid shots.3 Ways To Train Your Golf Swing
Golf training swing aids can be incredibly useful in improving your golf game. However, if you lack the adequate level of fitness for the swing, all of the aids in the world will not help you.The Importance of Golf Fitness
Golf has long been considered a sport that anyone can play, no matter what a person’s physical stature or ability is. However, in order for golfers to reach their true potential and achieve new heights with their game, it is important to participate in some form of golf fitness. Golf fitness helps maintain a strong, repeatable swing, improves your balance, develops muscle strength and can also prevent injuries.In Need Of Some Golfing Pointers?
It’s late Saturday morning and you are approaching the 18th green on your local golf course. Today is a carbon copy of your last few rounds: you are 19 over par, have lost 3 balls, hit it out of bounds once, and 3-putted three times.