Newsflash: Your Golf Clubs Need To Fit You!

May 26, 2010 by  
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With the prices of golf equipment where they are today, it only makes good sense to be custom club fit for your new golf clubs. Yes, it may cost you another fee to be club fit for a set of golf clubs but, trust me; this will be less than 10% of the price of […]

Cleveland Golf Equipment: Irons

May 25, 2010 by  
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The folks over at Cleveland Golf are probably best known for their drivers and wedges. In fact, the Internet is filled with glowing reviews on their Black Pearl wedge and HiBore driver. However, their very efficient and well priced iron sets are beginning to make their mark on fairways throughout the golfing world and the […]

Woods 101 – The Basics of Golf Club Woods

May 25, 2010 by  
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Woods are used to drive long shots. If a hole is 400 yards from the tee to the green, most players use a wood to swing from the tee. Simply put, woods provide maximum distance. You should always be using your woods when you are at least 175 yards away from the green. A […]

How to Make Your Charity Golf Tournament an Event not to Miss

May 25, 2010 by  
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There Are 3 Ways To Tackle The Huge Undertaking Of A <a rel=”nofollow” onclick=”javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview(‘/outgoing/article_exit_link’);” href=http://www.golfmarathonman.com/charity_golf_tournaments.html >Charity Golf Tournament</a> 1.    Hire A Professional Charity Golf Fundraiser Company There are many professional companies out there that can help you plan and organize golfing events. Using one of these companies will help you make sure that you do […]

Golf Swing Fundamentals – How To Practice Your Way To Better Golf

May 25, 2010 by  
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In golf, everything begins and ends with your swing. If you have a great golf swing, your score will improve, if not you can only play the game so well and progress no further. So obviously spending plenty of time crafting and honing your golf swing is time well spent if you want to be […]

Golf Core Exercises For More Power

May 24, 2010 by  
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Golf core exercises. You hear that phrase more and more on the television by the commentators referring to the area of the body most of the touring pros focus on with their golf trainers to improve their power output and prevent low back injuries. Core training is the buzzword even in the general fitness world. […]

How to Choose the Right Golf Ball

May 24, 2010 by  
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Choosing the right ball is critical to cutting your golf handicap. A ball impacts your game almost as much as your clubs, so it’s important to choose a ball that’s right for you. Below is a six-step process for selecting the right golf ball, a process I often review in my golf lessons and golf […]

Learn How To Play With Golf Lessons

May 24, 2010 by  
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So you’ve hit a few balls and you are thinking of taking up golf. Or maybe you’ve been playing for years and you would like to find a way to improve. Whether you are a seasoned Tour pro, a raw beginner, or anyone in between, at some point you will likely wonder if you should […]

Golf Rules And Etiquette For The Beginner

May 24, 2010 by  
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As you venture out to the local golf course for the first time there are a few things you should know that will make your first experience a great one. The Tee Time is when your first stroke or drive is made from the Tee Box, so make sure you phone ahead to reserve […]

What is Wrong With My Golf Game? …pssst…its your Swing

May 23, 2010 by  
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Are you struggling with your golf game? Do you hook, slice or duff the ball? Come on, admit it, we all do from time to time. Does your score stay the same or go even higher inspite of what you do to correct your game? Let me tell you it’s a problem […]

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