OUTRAGEOUS BIRDIE STREAK | Golfbidder challenge! #Break75 (Part 2)

Happy Birthday to Arnold Palmer, the King

Today marks the 86th birthday of one of golf’s most iconic figures, the incomparable Arnold Palmer. Arnie is referred to as The King in golfing circles, largely because of his status as golf’s first superstar in the television age.

A Golf Etiquette Guide For Beginning Players

Going on a golf outing but don’t know how to behave? Here is a basic golf etiquette guide for beginning players.

Golf Fitness Workout At Home Improves Flexibility, Strengthens Your Core, Upper Lower Body

Even in the off season, or when the weather is bad, at home golf exercise can improve your game. Regularly practice these exercises to improve flexibility and your swing. Strengthen your core, your upper and lower body too with at home golf exercise. When you can get to the course, you will see and feel the difference as will others.

Golf Workout Tips With Specific Strengthening and Flexibility Exercise for Golf Fitness

Make no mistake about it, golf is a sport and it demands a certain amount of athleticism. With that said, there are certain aspects of playing golf that can be improved through directed exercising. Most of these exercises are designed to improve overall performance while others are designed to help prevent injuries.

Forget About All The Golf Instruction You’ve Ever Had

Too much learning and information causes confusion trying to hit a golf ball. Here’s how to easily lower your handcap by 5 shots using the five simple pre shot steps of the new “VAGSE” Method. It really works.

Tips for Beginners: Ball Position

Golf is one of the most enjoyed sports across the globe. Be it professionally, or as a stress buster, golf has always been an active part of our lives. Now, golf is not as easy as it looks like. This is especially true if you are an amateur, taking baby steps in the world of golf. So here we are bringing you some tips so that you can master the art of golf.

Mental Roadblocks To Your Best Golf: Part Two

One of the fascinating (and frustrating) aspects of the game, is knowing what to do but not being able to do it consistently. You can learn the essentials of proper technique in a few hours but understanding how to implement them could take years. Traditional golf instruction provides the technical knowledge, but you need the mental tools to implement this knowledge effectively. Most of us have been conditioned to automatically look for imperfections – even when we hit our best shots! In this article, you are going to discover the “missing link” between knowing what to do and communicating this knowledge to your nervous system. The ultimate goal is understanding how your conscious and unconscious minds interact. This awareness will allow you to move beyond swing mechanics and consistently re-create your best shots.

Choose Golf Courses to Match Your Skill Level

The US boasts over 20,000 public and private golf courses. To maximize the fun, play the course that matches your skill levels.

Storytelling on the Golf Course: How To Keep Waiting Time Positive and Impress People

When you run into an unexpected delay on the golf course, telling a story will keep you mental game steady. Complaining or calling the Marshall to speed up play may make matters worse.

Mental Roadblocks to Your Best Golf

Do you hit practice shots like Fred Couples and play like Fred Flintstone? One of the mysteries of the game, is being able to transfer your performance on the practice range to the golf course. This article is the first of a ten part series that looks at some common beliefs that create mental roadblocks to improvement. You may not have the physical ability to consistently hit 300 yard drives, but any golfer can develop the beliefs that insure you are constantly improving. The most important lessons to learn from the touring professionals are beyond the realm of swing mechanics..

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