Monthly Archives: March 2016

How To Make The Best Choice When Faced With A Water Hazard

Many of you struggle with water hazards because of the intimidation factor and the ramifications involved if they hit the ball into the water hazard. Depending on your skill level, you might want to play it safe and try to avoid

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Posted in Instruction, Scoring

TaylorMade On Tour: Who’s Making the Switch

With the TaylorMade MFamily complete and the season well under way, it’s interesting to take a look at how TaylorMade’s top staff players are using both the M1 and the M2 in their bags. In fact, Justin Rose carries the

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Posted in Drivers, Fairway Woods & Hybrids, Equipment, Golf Talk

The Key To Hitting Longer Drives

Hitting monstrous drives with little effort requires a downswing executed in the correct sequence with a smooth acceleration through impact.  The biggest mistake I see with players looking to hit the ball further is that they will swing in an

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Posted in Distance & Control, Instruction
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