Tips to Curing Your Golf Slice

by golfer on December 22, 2010

The golf slice is a nuisance to golfers. The ball ends up nowhere near your intended target, thus ultimately raising your golf score. Eradicating the slice from your game is a major solution to bringing down your golf score. Below are some of the most effective tips for correcting the golf slice. Golf Tip #1: [...]

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Golf Tips for Beginners

by golfer on December 19, 2010

Golf is a game that catches the interest of people of all ages. It is also highly recommended as a form of exercise for individuals who do not have the endurance for cardio-vascular activities, since golf is well known for the long walking periods in between shots. However, not everyone has the resources or the [...]

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At some point in the near future Graeme McDowell’s reputation will go before him. Despite his success at the US Open at Pebble Beach and in the Ryder Cup, despite his career high ranking of world No 7, McDowell has yet to escape the novelty factor that attaches to golfers who come from ‘nowhere’ to [...]

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5 Simple Golf Tips

by golfer on December 18, 2010

We golfers are always looking for ways to improve our game. We’ll do just about anything to shave a stoke or two off our scores. It’s an obsession… There is so much information on the game of golf you could spend a lifetime pouring over all of the different golf swing techniques. Truth be told, [...]

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Michael Campbell reviving his golf career

by golfer on December 17, 2010

The former US Open champion Michael Campbell has credited Australian coach Gary Edwin for dramatically reviving his flagging golf career. Campbell finally emerged from a two year career slump with a solid 12th place finish at the Australian Open at the weekend. The result marked the first time in more than two years that Campbell [...]

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Glover salutes S.C. golf roots

by golfer on December 15, 2010

When Heritage tournament director Steve Wilmot was looking for a PGA Tour “name” to grace his annual sponsors’ outing, he first asked 2010 Heritage winner Jim Furyk — who was defending his title at Tiger Woods’ Chevron World Challenge in California this past weekend. Then Wilmot went for five-time Heritage champion Davis Love III, only [...]

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Daly looking for some luck at Coolum

by golfer on December 13, 2010

John Daly knows a thing or two about tough times, which is why the struggling two-time major winner refuses to rule out a run at this week’s Australian PGA Championship. Since winning the US PGA Championship in 1991 as the ninth alternate, the larger-than-life American has been stunning fans around the globe – and not [...]

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Pablo Martin fired a nine-under 63 in the second round last year, then held off Charl Schwartzel with a final-round, three-under 69 to claim his second European Tour title. Martin parred the final five holes to hang on for the victory. Schwartzel birdied the last hole to end one shot back. In 2007, Martin became [...]

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Pre-tournament favourites Wellington and defending champions Bay of Plenty were both toppled on the opening day of the men’s interprovincial team golf championship at Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club on the Kapiti Coast today. Hosts Wellington were ousted 3-2 by Hawke’s Bay in the morning’s first round while Taranaki, last in the 2009 tournament, downed Bay [...]

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Gazebo Types

by golfer on December 10, 2010

There are many types of gazebos in the world today. There are folding gazebos that act like tents and can be put away when they are not needed. There are decorative gazebos that are found in parks and large backyards, which serve as a good place to relax. As well, there are gazebos with screens [...]

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