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How to Chip a Golf Ball

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While Golf is a sport that is easy for anybody to pick up, it is a sport that takes more time to master than many others. It takes precision, timing, and sometimes a bit of luck to come out on top of the pack in competitive golf games. Of the many nuances to perfect in […]

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11 Types of Score Penalties In Golf: What You Need to Know

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No matter how much you practice and how good you think you may be, every golfer will make some sort of follies out on the course. If a mistake happens during a casual game with friends, then you may have nothing to worry about (except for maybe a couple of lost balls). Should you make […]

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Advantages of Using Golf Laser Rangefinders

Golf is arguably one of the most sophisticated and most highly competitive precision sports in the world today. Whether you’re a professional golfer aspiring to be on the same level with the likes of Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy, or an amateur working to lower your handicap, it always helps to have the advantage against the competition. In today’s modern age, golfers are slowly starting to see the advantages of using golf GPS and laser rangefinder technology in order to further improve their game.

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How Process Focus Leads to Lower Score

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“Focus on the process, and not the outcome”It’s a phrase you encounter as soon as you start to learn the mental game of golf; it’s something sports psychologists will often utter, regardless of the discipline in question.But what does it actually mean?And how can you use it to improve at golf?Process is the opposite of […]

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Forged Golf Clubs: Should You Use Them?

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In earlier years, the main method that was used in making iron golf clubs was the forging of metals. However, later technologies, particularly those that were introduced in the 1960s, resulted in the adoption of casting—a process which involves pouring molten metal into a mold to produce a golf club head—as a manufacturing method. Although casting became the most commonly used method in making golf irons, forging continued to be used to some extent in manufacture to cater to the preferences of more discerning players.

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