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Bananas are for Eating: Tips and Drills to Cure that Slice for GoodDoug Schulte -
It’s a beautiful day on your local golf course, your buddy steps up to the tee and knocks a solid ball right down the middle of the fairway. After admiring his shot for a second, you grab your driver, tee up your ball, aim 50 yards left into the trees and proceed to hit a massive slice that eventually ends up in the fairway.
Sure you hit a fairway, but you’re 30 yards behind your buddy’s tee ball and he doesn’t let you forget it.
Bad Golf Takes Lots of Balls: But Which Ones?Doug Schulte -
It’s the time of year we golfers in the Midwest dread, WINTER! But along with the freezing temps, blistering cold winds and snowfall, come the holidays of giving. Generally, that means every golfer worth his divot repair tool will receive a dozen golf balls as a gift.
Sh*nk You Very Much: How to Fix a Bad ShankDoug Schulte -
There are a few words or phrases that golfers never want to hear out on the course, “FORE!” “You’re still out.” and the granddaddy of them all “SH*NK”. Saying the word out loud on the golf course is equivalent to yelling “Fire!” in a crowded theater.
Nobody wants to shank a shot, learn more with golf pro, Doug Schulte on how to fix your shank!
How Caddies Affect a Pro Golfer's PlayPeter Robbins -
These are the things a young professional golfer needs to succeed at the highest level.
A good golfer can survive, even become a millionaire, playing a reasonable standard of golf. There are plenty of examples on tour today, both male and female players who fall into that category, no names mentioned here.
Check out how caddies make a difference in the pro-game.
How to Become a Better Golfer this Winter OffseasonAlec Helseth -
So how can us cold-climate golfers keep up during the winter you ask? I’d encourage everybody to check out the details and resources I have played out below to help you become a better golfer over the winter season.
Canadian Golf and Travel DestinationsMike Johnny -
If you’re not from Canada, for goodness sake, do your homework on the weather…we do extremes exceptionally well. I pack a winter hat (toque) in my golf bag all year just so you know. If you’re open to all that’s possible in Canada here are just a few options...
5 Things I Learned After Golfing with an "Old Guy"Alec Helseth -
I played my first round of golf with my father-in-law under a sweltering June, Father's Day sun. Although I had known him for years prior to that day, and we had shared many a heartfelt, "man-to-man" kind of moment...