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How to Read Tee Box Alignments By MiloS

Golf course architects don't necessarily try to trick you into hitting a bad shot, but they don't always point you in the right direction, either. Couple that with the tee markers being placed more to save the grass on the tee box than to alig...

Know Where You Want Your Tee Shots to Land By MiloS

Most golf holes present multiple opportunities, both from the tee and into the green.The key is to identify the optimal spots for your game, your shot shape. Don't get caught up in where your playing partners are hitting the ball, especially ...

Golfing and the Wind - Course Management for Windy Days By MiloS

It's a rare day on a golf course that you won't face some type of weather condition; it could be a little wet, a bit cold or the wind might kick up.The condition you'll encounter the most is wind, so what do you do when it really starts to bl...

Adjusting Your Golf Swing For Cold Weather By Tom Ward

Cold air is heavy, therefore it creates more resistance to the flight of the ball. Cold, heavier winds naturally encourage golfers to swing harder, which will create more errors.

Be Your Child's Biggest Fan... But Not the Coach By Dr. Bob Phillips, Golf Psychologist

Most parents want their children to enjoy and be successful in sports. They spendtime and money in helping their child have the best chance of becoming a good golfer.Unfortunately, many also spend a lot of time either trying to be the child's coachor…

Course Management: A Plan & A Target For Every Shot By Thomas Tetrault, PGA Pro

After a round of golf while socializing in the '19th Hole', you will always hear "I hit the ball well but didn't score." The object of the game of golf is to score the lowest possible score you can. How you can hit the ball well and not score can be …

Even non-golfers can use golf for networking By Tom Ward

As a golf professional, it's hard for me to believe there are people who have never played the game, have no desire to play it and would rather endure major surgery than tee up to do business on the golf course.

Executive Golf: Where Deals are Made and Jobs are Won ... Or Lost By Tom Ward

A golf game can be an important sales tool. It can help build business relationships. It can seal a deal. It can also lose you that coveted contract - or job.

First Things First - Know Your Own Golf Game By Carey Mumford

Your mental game needs a solid foundation. That is formed from sound knowledge and effective skill. The context requires knowing, first of all, what is needed to play the game within yourself, understanding how the golf swing works, and how to put th…

More Women Are Playing Golf for Business By Tom Ward

Throughout my years of giving golf lessons, I would estimate that women constitute about 40 percent of my students. That number has risen significantly in the past few years, primarily among junior golfers and business women.

Pick the Right Club for a Lower Score By Larry O. Krupp

Proper club selection will give you the most consistent result. The easiest way to get the ball close to, if not in, the hole is by rolling it on the green. You should attempt to land the ball 1 to 3 feet into the green and let it roll to the hole. T…

Prepare Before Your Round of Golf By Larry O. Krupp

Before playing, you must first prepare to play. You should arrive at the course at least 45 minutes before your tee time. By the time you get to your golf bag, after checking in with the pro shop and starter, you will have approximately 30 minutes to…