Five Ways To Improve At Golf

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There are many things in life we can’t control. As a golfer, we can’t control the weather, how the golf course is set up, and many other items. So they may not figure directly on how you can improve at golf. Then there are things in our lives we do have control of. Once placed Read more…

Simplify Your Sand Shots

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Golfers need to be proficient at two types of bunker or sand shots: from fairway bunkers and from greenside bunkers. Here’s a simple plan for each. The Fairway Bunker Shot The main priority here is to make solid contact between the club face and the ball.  This can be accomplished by using a similar setup Read more…

Keys To A Great Golf Stance

Find The Right Width For Maximum Power and Control

I’m a huge advocate of setting up your golf swing’s “launching pad” in a fundamentally sound condition. We hear a lot about the importance of a sound grip . We hear tons about your ability to properly align yourself to your target. We also hear how important a great athletic posture is to perform a Read more…

Meet Golf Tips’ Top 25 Instructors

We’ve Built The Best Lineup Of Golf Teaching Talent in America
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Golf Tips Magazine is proud to present its Top 25 Instructors for 2019-2020. In early 2018 we decided to overhaul our previous Top 30 list, formed a nomination committee and undertook an exhaustive, months-long search for the best golf teaching talent we could find from coast to coast, finally narrowing our list to several dozen Read more…

Spend That ‘Match’ Money On Great Golf Practice

Instead Of Tiger vs. Phil, Challenge Yourself On The Range
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If you’re one of the predictably large majority of golf fans who will pass on The Match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on Nov. 23 — what, two fortysomething gazillionaires playing for $9 million of someone else’s money doesn’t rivet you to the tube? — allow Golf Tips to offer you a wealth of Read more…

TGA Gets Kids Playing Golf

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TGA Premier Golf (Teach, Grow, Achieve) has become the leading introductory program in the industry over the last 15 years. The only youth sports franchise company dedicated to golf, TGA introduces the game to youth (ages 5-13) on school campuses nationwide through its after-school enrichment model. The unique and successful model provides an innovative curriculum Read more…

Build A Winning Golf Warm Up

One of the biggest differences between recreational players and professionals is the latter’s attention to warming up properly. It’s incredibly common for weekend golfers to show up to the golf course with 15 minutes to spare, check in, hit a couple putts, maybe hit a few balls, and then go to the first tee. This Read more…

The Art Of Feel Putting

Get Less Technical And Have More Fun
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As golf science advances and evolves we’ve become more dependent and focused upon what technically should happen throughout any shot in golf. It seems we consume ourselves with the ideal that if our effort to swing any club within a technologically “perfect” condition(s), we worry about how off target any shot will be. Putting is Read more…

GolfTec Honors Veterans Day With Free Lesson, Fitting

Available At Participating Locations Nov. 5-11
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In honor of Veterans Day, GolfTec is supporting PGA Reach, the charitable foundation of the PGA of America, by offering one complimentary lesson or Tecfit club fitting session to anyone who first makes a small donation to PGA Hope, the flagship military engagement program of PGA Reach. Redeemable at all participating GolfTec locations in the Read more…

Get The Correct Golf Grip

It’s Key To Proper Takeaway and Swing Plane

Few aspects of the golf swing hold more fascination for struggling club golfers than how to achieve the correct golf grip. Swing plane, pronation, supination, re-routing, downswing transition, leg drive, and hip resistance on the backswing are some of the more elaborate theories investigated by golfers who habitually slice or hook. Yet more often than Read more…

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