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  • The greens and the fairway of the golf course in the morning

    Why Chip and Pitch Shots Are Overlooked – but Essential

    February 1st, 2020
    To make your way around a golf course successfully, you need to have a variety of shots at your disposal. It’s important to hit the ball well off the tee, of course, and hitting solid iron shots is a great way to set up birdie putts. It should go without saying that you’ll need to putt well in order to reach your goals.
  • The Importance of the Short Game: How It Can Make All the Difference

    January 25th, 2020
    As an avid golfer, you dream of making beautiful swings with your driver, sending the ball soaring hundreds of yards down the middle of the fairway. To be sure, there aren’t many feelings in the game better than striping it down the middle on a long, tough par four, and taking online golf lessons can help you make progress in this area.
  • A golfer playing on a course.

    How to Stop Topping and Slicing Your Fairway Woods

    January 1st, 2020
    Every golfer knows the frustration of topping a fairway wood shot and seeing the ball roll down the fairway for a short distance before coming to rest. When you pulled that fairway wood from your bag, you hoped to send it high in the air out toward your target—so hitting a topped shot is disappointing, to say the least.
  • What Is Proper Golf Etiquette on the Course?

    December 26th, 2019
    If you are new to the game of golf, you might be intimidated by all there is to learn. In addition to learning the basics of swing technique and the short game, you also need to quickly pick up things like etiquette. To help you understand the basics of on-course behavior and manners, we have assembled the following infographic.
  • Understanding American Soccer vs. European Football: Same Sport, Many Differences

    December 25th, 2019
    By nearly any measure, soccer is the most popular sport in the world. It is played recreationally by millions of people, and millions more love to watch professional and national teams play on TV. With that said, if you were an American in Europe and you suggested a game of “soccer” to some friends, you’d be sure to get plenty of sideways glances. Outside of the U.S., the game known as soccer is actually called football.
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