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Correcting Your Slicing the Ball By Roland Stafford

The most common explanation of a sliced shot (the ball curving too much from left to right) is that the ball is being struck from the outside to the inside of the target line. However, you can just as easily slice the ball from the inside to the

Dealing With Unusual Lies By Larry O. Krupp

An unusual lie would be any lie that bothers you, accepting a fairway lie as a comfortable lie. If your ball comes to rest on a tight (barren) lie, a fairway bunker lie, a deep rough lie, a pine straw lie, or anything else you want to avoid hitting b…

Thoughts on Some Common Trouble Shots By The Original Golf School

There are many types of trouble shots.
Here are a few suggestions to cover the most common ones.