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Good course management will save you strokes

The average golfer wastes 5-7 shots per round due to poor course management. Managing your game is just as important as executing your shot. … Read More

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Why do I Keep Slicing? Part II

One of the most common and dreaded shots in golf is the banana slice. … Read More

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Why do I Keep Slicing?

The most common errant shot for the average golfer is slicing the ball.

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How to Stop Topping the Ball

One of the most frustrating shots in golf is topping the ball. … Read More

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How to Pitch the Ball High

Do you know when to pitch the ball low and when to pitch it high? Knowing what type of pitch shot to use is the first step to improving your short approach shots. … Read More

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Easy Pitching Inside 30 Yards

Do you know that your short game consists of about 60% of your score? Do you know when to pitch the ball low and when to pitch it high? … Read More

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Swinging from a Side Hill Lie

Most golf courses are not built on flat land and so it is very common you will encounter a side hill lie. This is the second article of a two-part series on uneven lies. … Read More

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The Down Hill Lie

It’s one thing to practice on the range when you have a perfect level lie – and another when you’re on the course faced with slopes and buried lies. … Read More

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Proper Practice Improves Performance

If you want to be a better golfer the only way to improve is to practice. There is a right way and a wrong way to practice. There is also a big difference between practicing and hitting balls. … Read More

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Tami’s Tips to Reading Greens

A couple of weeks ago I had the privilege of meeting Natalie Gulbis, LPGA Tour Player at the LPGA Tour event at Thornberry Creek at Oneida. … Read More

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