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February-March 2008


Instruction


  • 4=8

    Four shots that will save you eight strokes


    I call it The New Math, but you can think of it as a simple way to cut strokes from your scorecard quickly and easily.  As an instructor, I like to teach my students the basic premise that by adding to their technical repertoire and eliminating incorrect moves, they can effectively lower their handicaps. In other words, I believe that a good instructor subtracts as much, if not more, than they add. By eliminating inefficient and wasted motion and streamlining your technique, you’ll be making a giant first step toward improving your swing and your scores.
  • On-Path Pitching

    A 10-foot piece of string is all you need to get your pitching on target.


    One of the keys to accurate pitching is getting the clubhead moving consistently down the target line. A great way to practice this is to take a 10-foot piece of string and stretch it out directly on the target line of a pitch shot. 

  • Ready, Set, Swing

    Six ways to improve your game without ever swinging the club


    Golf, at its core, is a game that can be learned and practiced without ever swinging a club. By learning what we call the fundamentals (mind-set, grip, posture, ball position and aim/alignment), you’ll train your body and mind so they’re in all the right positions before you swing the club.
  • Top 50 Tips

    Check out these top 50 tips from one of our best pros.


    A good backswing creates torque and is achieved by rotating the body away from the ground using the feet as an anchor. Except for unusually flexible players, the knees, hips, core, back and shoulders should all be used to create torque. Once you get the feel of creating leverage against the ground, your power will increase significantly.

Equipment


  • February-March 2008

    The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more


  • Grips Buyer's Guide 2007

    Despite all the technology in the clubhead and shaft, it's the grip that's really come a long way.


    Grips have certainly come a long way. In fact, the new grips for ‘07 are more colorful and more functional than ever, thanks mostly to a handful of new material innovations that double as a fashion statement and a competitive advantage. Several models include multi-density rubbers and polymers that lend comfort, strength and tackiness where it’s needed most. Also, they’ve gotten a lot more durable and hold up better in the rain. Check out what’s new, and don’t hesitate when it comes time to put them on all your clubs. It’s a must-do every season.
  • Showcase: TaylorMade r7 CGB MAX

    Check out the new TaylorMade CGB MAX driver and iron, both of which are designed to make the game easy for everyone.


    If you’re sniffing around for a new driver this season, first ask yourself what kind of driver you need: Do you want more distance? Do you want to counteract your slice? How about a driver that features moveable weights? If your answer is “all of the above,” then you’re in luck.
  • Sneak Peek 2008

    What?s great in 2008 can be yours right now!


    The year’s newest and best golf equipment is here! Whether it be a driver, iron, putter or anything in between, we’ve put together a list of some of the hottest new clubs. Check out a few of our top picks so far...  
 
 
 
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