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Hold your Finish Position

Hold your Finish Position

Hold your Finish Position is a short golf blog post that looks at why the end of the swing is so important. There are lots of amateur golfers out there that believe the shot ends at impact position and therefore they end up with very little finish. I see a lot of short finishes, especially…
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Why do I Top/Fat my shots?

Why do I Top/Fat my shots?

Why do I Top/Fat my shots? This is a very common question that I get asked a lot. Nothing is worse than badly topping or hitting the ball fat when you are out on the course in a competition. There are a couple of reasons for doing so and I would like to explain 2…
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Putting in the Wind

Putting in the Wind

Putting in the Wind is a short golf blog post that suggests some changes that can be made to make Putting much easier in the wind. Most golfers will have trouble when putting on a windy day. They may find that they lose balance during the stroke. They have the feeling of being blown about…
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How to play from a Divot

How to play from a Divot

How to play from a Divot is a short golf blog post explaining the theory of escaping this horrific lie. We have all been there. You hit your tee shot straight down the middle of the fairway only to find that your ball has ended up in a divot. Is this the end of a…
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How to Aim

How to Aim

How to Aim is a short golf blog post that looks at the correct way to aim once on the course. On the golf course, you will see lots of players with the top equipment. Each of them hoping for a technological miracle while most of them have one simple thing in common. The rarest…
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Balance in Golf

Balance in Golf

Balance in Golf is a short golf blog post that looks at one of the most critical factors of a good golf swing. To have a good golf swing takes lots of time and effort. So many golfers will spend money on equipment, magazines, online subscriptions etc. A huge factor in becoming a better golfer…
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How to prepare for your first tournament

How to prepare for your first golf tournament

How to prepare for your first golf tournament is a short golf blog post that highlights the 6 most important things to do before the big day. Being prepared is the most important thing to remember before playing your first tournament. This game will be totally different to anything that you have experienced before.  …
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What a load of balls!

What a load of balls!

What a load of balls! is a short golf blog post that supplies you with some amazing facts and figures about golf balls. A short history of the golf ball. The original golf balls were made from various materials including Beechwood and other hardwoods. In 1452, the first written evidence of an official sale of…
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The Most Famous Women Golfers

The Most Famous Women Golfers

The Most Famous Women Golfers is a short golf blog post that takes a look at the most popular players from several countries. The following list points out the best female players from 10 different countries around the world. Remember that this list is not the top ten female golfers of all time but the…
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My Caddy in St Andrews

My Caddy in St Andrews

My Caddy in St Andrews is a short golf blog post that takes a closer look at a local Caddy including an interview.. Back in October 2021 I had my first taste of The Old Course in St Andrews. As it was my first time I booked a Caddy too. I wanted to know the…
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