5 research-based feels that will upgrade your golf swing, according to a top coach

By Luke Kerr-Dineen Whether you’ve heard of it, you’ve likely seen a golfer who has benefited from the Titleist Performance Institute. If you work with a coach or golf-specific trainer, there’s a good chance you’ve benefited from it yourself. The Titleist Performance Institute, or TPI, is a facility in California that studies the biomechanics of the golf…

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Golf Cart Etiquette

By Sharon Penn Make sure you are aware of the rules specific to the course you are playing before teeing off. If you use a cart on the golf course, be aware of golf cart etiquette. These rules are designed for your safety, and to protect the turf on the fairways and greens. When you…

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Try Arnold Palmer’s Timeless Tips

I’ve seen a lot of changes during my time in golf, and one is that the teaching of the game has gotten complicated. If you do a handful of things correctly–like take the club away without breaking your wrists and keep your head still throughout the swing–you can play pretty well without too much thought.…

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15 ways to be a faster golfer

By E. Michael Johnson I hate slow play. Ever since I was a caddie picking up the range at the Country Club of New Canaan in Connecticut, I learned to play fast—because playing fast meant getting more holes in after the range was picked. Play fast, and you’ll make fast friends on the course. To be…

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Winter Golf: 5 Things to Remember

Winter is a reality that almost all golfers face. Colder weather and shorter days have a big impact on playing conditions and course management pretty much no matter where you’re located. In colder parts of the U.S., golfers may only get a few chances to play their local courses during winter because of snow cover…

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7 maintenance mistakes that golfers make too often, according to superintendents

BY: JOSH SENS OCTOBER 7, 2022 It’s a golden rule of golf: Always leave the course in better condition than how you found it. But even those of us with good intentions often fail to carry out basic maintenance tasks correctly. In an informal (and anonymous) survey, we asked a half-dozen superintendents across the U.S. to count the ways that golfers get…

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Golf Rule Changes for 2023

These rules changes for 2023 will bring more forgiveness, inclusivity to the game. When the big ball drops on New Year’s Eve, a few updates will be dropped into the Rules of Golf. The modifications, which take effect on Jan. 1, are part of an ongoing effort by the USGA and the R&A to make the…

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10 Tips to Break 90

BY: JAMES COLGAN 1. A warm-up is non-negotiable: If you don’t warm up properly, you’re guaranteed to hand away strokes over your first three holes as your body gets warm. And if you’re trying to climb out of the 90s, it’s critically important to take advantage of strokes wherever you can save them. Take 20 minutes before…

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A more consistent short game begins with your setup. Here’s how.

A handy wedge game can cure many woes. No matter how bad your ball striking is on any given day, if you can wedge it close, you can erase tons of errors. Unfortunately for many recreational players, hitting wedges consistently is not a strong suit. And the biggest culprit for their struggles often comes in their…

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