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Mark Your Golf Ball In Traditional and Unique Ways

Rule 12-2 in the USGA rules of golf states: “The responsibility for playing the proper ball rests with the player. Each player should put an identification mark on his ball.” With no stipulations as to what the “identification mark” should

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Coming Over The Top? Check The Shaft Weight In Your Clubs

It’s the dreaded “over the top” move – this is the most written about problem for a golfer. For most left-handed or right-handed golfers, the dominant hand gets too active causing an outward push of the club from the top.

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Know Your Swing Before You Change It

A much publicized instruction tip concerns swinging the club “from the inside”. Specifically, this refers to a golfer bringing the golf club back to the golf ball on the side closest to the golfer. Many, and most, golfers equate this motion

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[Blog] What’s Callaway up to lately? Find out in this month’s edition of Catching up with Callaway. http://bit.ly/2x61sWV

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There are many thoughts on the role Millennials have in golf. Here are 3 good articles on different roles: Socializing it: http://bit.ly/2yrEwWc..

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No matter how hard the task seems, believe in yourself to get it done. #WednesdayWisdom

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When and Why to Take a Mulligan in Golf - GlobalGolf Blog

[Blog] For #NationalMulliganDay, we fill you in on when and why to take a mulligan on the course. http://bit.ly/2xOrmjm

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