A cold-weather golf guide: How to play your best when temperatures are down

Fall weather is in full swing, and for many of us, that means brightly colored leaves and colder weather. Give yourself an advantage as those temperatures drop by making these adjustments to help you play your best as you combat the freezing conditions. Stop leaving your clubs in the car Even though you probably think…

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10 ways to stop topping the ball

BY: KELLIE STENZEL, TOP 100 TEACHER Topping the ball can kill a round. If you’re a golfer who tends to top the ball, the first step in hitting better shots is readjusting your mindset. This means you must learn to hit the ground with each swing; including your practice swings. Get over any fear of a mishit by…

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Beat your putting nerves like Jon Rahm

By Matthew Rudy The 66-foot putt Jon Rahm sank to win on Sunday in a playoff against Dustin Johnson, after DJ drained an impressive 43-footer on the 72nd hole to force extra holes, will probably go down as the best finish on tour this season. This was Rahm’s fifth win on tour and his second since the restart. Rahm’s birdie…

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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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Adult Co-Ed Beginner Golf Clinics at San Pedro

Friday April 28th, May 5th,12th Classes are offered the following days and times: Registration fee is $225.50 for five one hour classes and group size is limited to twelve adults per class. Two coaches will work with each group at all times to ensure a small student to teacher ratio. Areas that will be covered…

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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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