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In the GolfLink golf courses and travel section you can read articles on golf resorts, courses, and destinations in our Articles section, learn about some of the finest courses in our Top Golf Courses section, and compare awards by the best-known golf magazines in our Awards section. With all this information on golf courses, we're sure you will hit many fairways at great golfing destinations both near and far. In our travel detail pages, you will find everything you need to plan your next great golf vacation or golf trip. Click on Golf Resorts & Hotels to find golf resort, hotel and motel accommodations throughout North America, organized by state and city, and to book your room quickly and easily online. Our Golf Vacations & Golf Vacation Guides and International Golf Vacations contain descriptions, reviews, and local information for world-class golf vacation destinations everywhere from North Carolina to Northern Ireland. Check our Golf Travel Tips for great insider information on everything from how to choose a golf vacation destination and what to expect at the golf resort to how to optimize your game on an unfamiliar course.

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Above-Ground Swing Drill This drill will help you with both swing speed and the rotary motion necessary to draw the ball
Baseball for One-Plane Golfers The one plane golf swing is identical to a baseball swing but instead of hitting the ball at waist level you are hitting the ball on the ground so just bend over a little more.
A Rotary Swing Plane The club should work around your body to form a circular swing plane