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Improve Your Score With A Better Mindset
This week, we may have the opportunity to watch history unfold. Jordan Spieth heads into The Open Championship having won the first two majors of the season. He is playing some great golf and I can assure you, it’s not … Continue reading
Tiger Woods and the 85..It’s Just A Bell Curve!
Everyone watched Tiger over the weekend with great anticipation. The first question was, will he make the cut. The answer was yes, he did make the cut shooting a 73 and 70 respectively. After having made the cut the next … Continue reading
Do You Get Nervous? Well, Lydia Ko Gets Nervous Too!
Lydia Ko is the number one ranked player in the world at just 18 years of age. She’s ranked number one in the Race to the CME Globe and she has racked up 7 LPGA Tour victories so far in … Continue reading
The Current Trend Talk ~ What Is Up With Tiger?
When there are tournaments happening around the world and there’s great golf to watch on The Golf Channel, I always look for something in which golfers can relate. This weekend had lots to offer! My twitter feed was buzzing during and after … Continue reading
What Does The Annual Pilgrimage To The PGA Show Mean?
It’s that time of year where I head down to Orlando to the PGA Show. The trade show where anything and everything golf is under one roof. It’s a place where I’ll spend a little time both as a student, … Continue reading
Fall Golf…Free It Up A Bit And Make It Fun!
Fall golf in New England is beautiful. The golf course gets green again, the colors surrounding the fairways are vibrant and bursting with oranges, reds and yellows. It is my favorite time of year to play golf. Yes, it is … Continue reading
Why Does Your Score Go Up In Competition?
You play great with your friends on the weekend, yet when the club championship rolls around your score seems to sky-rocket higher than a NASA shuttle. Does this sound like you? When the round of golf you are about to … Continue reading
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If You Gained 20 Yards Off The Tee Would It Lower Your Score?
With all this talk about Royal Liverpool Golf Club being a course that demands strategic play rather than bombs away, we are very likely to see a lot of 2 and 3 irons used off the tee. Of course, the … Continue reading
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