Best New Golf Gadget Ever!

I was just sent the best new golf gadget ever – to review! It’s the DRINK DRIVER CADDY. Here in the northeast where I play golf at least twice—three times…

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Fantasy Golf Foursome: Who Would You Play With?

Yesterday I played a round of golf at The Links at Spanish Bay — “A True Links Golf Course in Scottish Tradition.” It didn’t matter that I was actually playing golf in Massachusetts. The golf simulator didn’t care where my body was located. My game was on the links course at Pebble Beach. Fantasy Golf!…

Best Ball Golf – A Lesson In Not Taking The Game Too Seriously

I played in a local tournament/business networking event yesterday (SSWBN). Signed up late. The tournament organizers placed me on a team with three new golfers. Great people but not great golfers. The format was a scramble — Florida style. The course, executive style, with a lot of par 3 holes and only one or two…

A Really Bad Round of Golf – Is It A Slump Or A Bump?

I promised myself I would improve my golf game this year. In the spring, my focus was on dropping my handicap at least three or four points. Hasn’t happened yet. The season here in the northeast is not over yet and my club stays open for golf for at least another three or four months,…

The Perfect Golf Grip

Having the correct grip in golf is of prime importance if you want your game to improve. A good grip will give you a good swing; a bid grip will give you a bad swing. And it’s important to not grip the club with a “death-grip” which only sends tension through your hands, up your…

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The Secret To Winning At Golf

Do you really want to win at golf? Who doesn’t. Then you have to learn to putt! The secret to winning at golf is learning to putt well. It’s that simple. Sinking more putts is the fastest way to lower your golf score, lower your handicap, and win more rounds of golf. But — and this…

The Secret To Playing One of the Best Golf Courses In The U.S.

SHINNECOCK HILLS G.C Guest post by Annabel Taylor Time and time again, the panel of experts of Golf Magazine have ranked Shinnecock Hills among the World’s top golf courses. It has a long and proud history. Three Americans, Duncan Cryder, Edward Mead and William Vanderbilt were vacationing in France during the winter of 1889, when…

The First 13 Rules of Golf

The origins of golf are a bit murky (just ask the French or the Dutch) but one thing can be declared a fact: The first 13 Rules of Golf were drawn up in 1744 in Edinburgh for the world’s first ‘open’ golf competition at Leith. The Gentlemen Golfers of Edinburgh, who would go on to become The Honourable Company…

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Podcast: Shoulder Pain And Golfers

Q&A #1 with Kathy Ekdhal- Shoulder Pain And Golfers Stay strong and injury free by following the advice from our fitness expert, Kathy Ekdhal. In this latest podcast we discuss the problem with shoulder pain and golfers, and how to prevent it/keep it from getting worse. Kathy Ekdahl, CSCS, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, is the…

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