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Lining Up Your Logo May Be Making You Yip

There’s a reason the anchored putting stroke was banned. Same thing for Sam Snead’s initial side saddle putting stroke that saw him straddling the line of play. The reason being that it provided an unfair advantage (in the eyes of some), but mostly that it was a departure from tradition in the eyes of the up an ups at the …

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Wilson F5 FG Tour Driver Hits USGA List

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by.  We’ve got a few shots of a new prototype by Wilson, that hit the USGA list recently.  Wilson says it was sent to the USGA earlier than anticipated because a tour player wanted to put the driver into play (likely at the Memorial a few weeks ago). The driver itself is still being tweaked …

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Steps Every Downswing Should Have: A Good Backswing

It shouldn’t be much of a surprise that our sequence of posts focusing on the downswing, starts with the where we left off in the backswing sequence. But before we get started, its important to know that we’re omitting a very important section of the swing, which will be a post for another time – the transition – the most …

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The 7 Steps Every Backswing Should Have: Tempo

The final element in our series of backswing essentials is all about tempo and swing pace. Interestingly, the average professionals golf swing takes a little more than a second and a half to complete from the initial takeaway from the ball to completing the finish. The backwing in particular takes less than a second, and is generally 4 times slower …

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Cleveland Golf Bringing Out 588 RTX 2.0 Custom Edition Wedge

Cleveland Golf has introduced their new golf wedge – the 588 RTX 2.0 Custom Edition Wedge.
Cleveland Golf, an industry leader in wedges and equipment innovation for more than 30 years, has brought out this new club to commemorate a very special time of year with Father’s Day, the 2nd Major Championship of 2015, and the July long weekend all quickly approaching.
The 588 RTX …

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The 7 Steps Every Backswing Should Have: Wrist Cock

Next up in our series of backswing elements if one of the most important, and difficult parts to master – the wrist cock. During the initial parts of your backswing, your wrists do basically nothing but hang on for the ride. This part of the swing should only be your one-piece takeaway taking shape and your body laterally moving away …

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How Your Vision Can Affect Your Golf Game

It is no secret that golf is a visually demanding sport. Not only do you need to be able to see the ball right in front of you so that you can hit it accurately, but you also need to be able to see where the ball goes after you hit it. If you’re keeping the ball in the fairway …

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Saddest Event In Golf This Week

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by. Today’s we’re sharing with you what has got to be the saddest thing in golf this week – for sale, a set of barely used Mizuno irons. But as you’ll see that’s not really why this is the saddest thing of the week, its the reason behind the sale. Our hearts go out to …

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Rory’s Belfast Home is For Sale

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by today.  Rory McIlroy’s home over in Belfast just hit the market and is for sale for a cool 2.5 Million Pounds. Called the Robinhall House, its a 5 bedroom, 7,200 square foot home, that features top-of-the-line furnishings, a garage for “at least 3 cars” and of course 14 acres of landing including a driving …

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The 7 Steps Every Backswing Should Have: Strong Grip

Next up in our series of backswing posts focuses all on the grip. We won’t be digging into the exact positioning of your hands on the grip however, this post deals with where the club should be positioned during your backswing assuming you have a solid grip already. Interestingly, the grip of choice on tour is neutral to slightly strong, …

The Golf Drill GuruThe 7 Steps Every Backswing Should Have: Strong Grip