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Use Words and Rhythm to Drop the Ball in the Cup

Sometimes, golfers just can’t find the right rhythm when putting. Without smooth rhythm, jerky and abrupt movements affect the putter face’s orientation at impact, and ultimately, the ball’s speed. 129 more words

How To Correctly Repair A Pitch Mark

Many golfers do not take the time to do the simple task of repairing pitch marks, to the detriment of the course.

Repairing a ball mark makes a huge difference when you are looking at the presentation of a course and who knows, it could be you that ends up having to putt over an indentation in the surface. 302 more words

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Practice Your Rhythm with the Driver

Losing control of your ball? Not solidly hitting? More than likely, you’re hitting the ball with a backswing that’s faster than your downswing. To improve your shot, you need to find your rhythm so you gain speed without sacrificing contact. 168 more words

Tap Into Your Imagination to Improve Your Putt

The ability to imagine the path your ball will take is a powerful trick. By envisioning the effect the terrain has on your ball, you can better anticipate the best path to the pin. 201 more words

Exercise to Improve Your Strength - and Game

Golf may not be the most strenuous sport, but that doesn’t mean you should let your athleticism slip. As a golfer, you need endurance and a strong core when facing long, difficult courses. 116 more words

Eliminate Your Lag

Experienced golfers use power and finesse to keep the ball in play. By developing the correct downswing sequence for managing their lag, they add distance to their shot. 200 more words

Speed Of Play - And, Do We Really Need 14 Clubs?

Republished from a LinkedIn post by by Dapper Dan Morby · May 09, 2017, with grateful thanks.

After the “Golf-Sixes” at the weekend, there has been much talk about the speed of play and how the stopwatch had players getting on with their shots. 354 more words

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