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    How to Become a Better Putter

    June 30th, 2021
    For most golfers, one of the best ways to significantly lower their scores is to improve putting. This important part of the game is often overlooked, where most golfers spend their time hitting irons and drivers at the range little time is spent on the putting green. Let’s break this down. If you are playing an 18 hole par 72 course and two putt every hole that equals 36 strokes, halfway to par! On average you will only use your driver 12 - 14 times a round.
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    5 Good Habits for Successful Golfers

    June 25th, 2021
    There are no wrong or right ways to get better at golf. While most people immediately think of joining a golf club or training with a pro golfer, there are often simple things that can be done to improve your play on the course. Wondering how to be good at golf? Here are 5 habits that all successful golfers use each time they hit the green.
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    2021 Golf Performance Average Baselines – How You Compare to Amateur and Pro Golfers

    June 25th, 2021
    For most golfers, one of the most common goals and challenges is to improve overall yardage. While having a high-tech launch monitor can provide the accurate data points that you need, in order to improve you’ll need numbers to measure up against. There is no set definition for a “good” golf drive. What’s most important is that you look at how your average drive compares against amateurs and pros.
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    Tips for Lowering Your Golf Handicap

    June 17th, 2021
    Understanding how your golf handicap affects your game is an essential part of golf. Handicaps allow less skilled players to be evenly matched with more experienced players. As a result, players are better equipped to play on fairly equal terms. Why does a handicap matter in golf? The purpose of golf handicaps is to help players better measure their potential. A handicap should never be viewed as an average of your previous games or how well or bad you did. Rather, handicaps help you determine the number of strokes above or below par you could achieve.
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    3 Common Grips in Golf

    June 17th, 2021
    One of the most basic parts of the game of golf is your grip. This determines how you hold the club when swinging or putting—but did you know that there are three most common grips? These grips include: Ten-finger grip Overlapping grip Interlocking grip While you will naturally grip the golf club in a way that feels the most natural and comfortable, it helps to know about the many grips that both amateur and professional golfers use.