It’s one of the areas of our game that gets the least attention, yet mastering how to chip it close to the hole is a skill that will save you many shots in a round. Every seasoned golfer knows this and spends countless hours practicing their short game, especially chipping and pitching. Practicing your chipping… Continue reading Tips For Chipping it Close and In
How often have you watched female golfers in a tournament? I happened to watch the women’s Australian open this year and saw Yani Tseng from Taipee, the 2010 LPGA player of the year and winner of two majors in that year and current world number 5, win the 2011 Women’s Australian Open for the second time, back… Continue reading What We Can Learn From Women’s Golf-LPGA Golfers
When we have a bad round of golf, it’s natural for us to perhaps get a little frustrated and angry with ourselves, and the lack of consistency in our game. While I think this anger and frustration can be a good thing ‘after’ we’ve finished playing, simply because we can use it to drive us… Continue reading Take Your Own Personal Golf Pro With You Every Round
Most amateur golfers have one thing in mind, and that is to hit the golf ball as far as possible off the tee with their driver. Many never quite overcome this mental mindset and this is one of the reasons why they won’t get the desired distance from the tee that they are capable of… Continue reading Driving Accuracy Off The Tee First Distance Will Follow
For many people looking to take up a sport for the first time, the ideal choice should be one that combines a competitive edge with a social aspect to the best degree. With that in mind, golf is an ideal choice because it covers both factors perfectly.