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When to replace the golf BALL?

Apr
05

Golf Ball Research. Check out the findings of a Golf Digest study from a few years back:

"Golf Balls are likely to be lost or damaged before they wear out. According to Golf Digest, unless there is visible damage to the cover, the average golf ball should last at least seven full 18-hole rounds without any degradation in performance. A little lost paint or other marks that leave the contours of the cover intact are acceptable, but once there is a scuff on the cover that feels rough to the touch it is time to take the ball out of play."

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Swing analyzers.. Let tech help you get your swing ready for the season

Mar
08

There are a lot of easy to use personal swing analyzers (PSA) on the market now. Some have devices that attach to your club, like 3BaysGSA PSA which attached to the tip of the grip. Others attach to the shaft of the club or the glove on your hand. Those provide detailed statistics on your swing along with visual displays of the swing path. They also allow you to compare your wings and some allow you to add in pro swings for comparison.

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Ian Poulter rips Hideki Matsuyama for damaging green with putter

Mar
08

Someone has to help the rookies learn the game...

DORAL, Fla. -- Ian Poulter took to Twitter on Friday night to blast another player competing in the WGC-Cadillac Championship -- one he will be paired with Saturday.

Poulter criticized Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama, calling him an "idiot" for apparently damaging a green by thrusting his putter into the putting surface at the 13th hole.

"Playing with Matsuyama tomo. He buried his putter in the 13th green 5ft from the hole. Referee had to repair the crater. Because he didn't," Poulter wrote via his Twitter account.

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A proper golf swing engages many muscles

Mar
04
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The golf swing is a complex dance of muscles working together to produce a powerful result. Some swings are mostly arm based while others engage the entire body. The full body swing produces more force and energy than the arm swing, and engaged 4 muscle groups instead of 2.

Muscles involved in a golf swing

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Golf Course Review of Yadkin Country Club

Mar
02

TYadkin country club gets a lot of negative reviews on the web. Some deserving but others not. Yes, theis course could use some work but in this economy and with what they charge, I think you get a fair test for a fair price.

The clubhouse is nothing to write home about. Basically run out of the basement of what looks to have been a residential home at one time. There is a small driving range that tops out at about 220yards. A small bag of range balls will run you $2, with about 15-20 balls. Carts are standard, nothing fancy carts.

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Judge Says Vijay Singh Can Move Forward With His Lawsuit Against the PGA Tour

Feb
20

By Pete Madden

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Vijay Singh’s drug-testing case against the PGA Tour is headed to trial.

The New York State Supreme Court denied the PGA Tour’s motion to dismiss Singh’s lawsuit in which he alleges that he was treated differently than other golfers under the Tour’s Anti-Doping Program after he admitted to using deer antler spray in a February 2013 article on SI.com.

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Jimmy Walker keeps torrid play up...wins first round of the WGC Match Play

Feb
20

MARANA, Arizona (AP) -- Jimmy Walker has been at the front of the pack just about all season on the PGA TOUR. The FedExCup points leader got a jump on the field in the World Golf Championships-Match Play Championship, too.

The Texan was the first player to reach the second round Wednesday at Dove Mountain, finishing off South Africa's Branden Grace 5 and 4 before the last dozen matches even started.

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Why the 'Hot List' isn't very hot anymore

Feb
20

You probably have already received or read this year version of Golf Digest's Hot List, their annual look at top golf club equipment from manufacturers. Over the years, I have anticipated the release of this issue because, like most avid golfers, buying new equipment is something I never have a hard time justifying and what better way to narrow down the list of possible choices than by reading real-life feedback from golfers like me? But the last few years, I've grown a bit more wary of the results, not because of the testers, but because of the process. And here's why.

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Augusta National removed The Eisenhower Tree on the 17th Hole due to damage from ice storm

Feb
17

The Eisenhower Tree, so much a part of Augusta National that not even a sitting U.S. president could have it taken down, was removed from the 17th hole this weekend because of damage from an ice storm, the club said Sunday.

"The loss of the Eisenhower Tree is difficult news to accept," club chairman Billy Payne said. "We obtained opinions from the best arborists available and, unfortunately, were advised that no recovery was possible."

With the Masters only two months away, Payne said there was no other significant damage to the course.

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