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A Guide to the Best Golf Balls for Beginners
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Posted: 03/06/2020

A Guide to the Best Golf Balls for Beginners

What are the best golf balls for beginners? The best cheap golf balls for beginners? The best golf balls for high handicappers? All great questions, but with multiple answers for different types of golfer.

2020 Iron Technology: What does it all mean?
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Posted: 29/11/2019

2020 Iron Technology: What does it all mean?

Cavity back, grip size, shafts, and much more, all explained in this american golf guide to irons technology.

Video: Golf Tips: How to select the right driver shaft for your swing
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Posted: 09/03/2015

Video: Golf Tips: How to select the right driver shaft for your swing

When we come to getting a new driver it is important to get it fitted with the right shaft. Most people appreciate that those with faster swing speeds normally need a stiffer shaft. However, Thomas Devine is keen to stress that things aren’t quite that simple.

Golf Care – The UK’s No.1 Specialist Golf Insurance Provider
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Posted: 29/11/2013

Golf Care – The UK’s No.1 Specialist Golf Insurance Provider

Comprehensive, flexible, cover at unbeatable prices. With an introductory 30% off any policy you can get insured today from only £24.49 a year. PLUS get 3 FREE Rounds of Golf and a limited edition poker chip ball maker!

american golf Tuition: AG-02 Battleplan
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Posted: 02/05/2013

american golf Tuition: AG-02 Battleplan

All play must be off yellow tees? Happy Days. Take the shorter course on and enjoy the benefits...

american golf Tuition: AG-01 Battleplan
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Posted: 01/05/2013

american golf Tuition: AG-01 Battleplan

Operation codename: Get one over on the cold-hearted witch.

american golf Tuition: Breaking 100 Tip 1
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 100 Tip 1

Most people go wrong, by trying to cut across the ball and dig it out with a huge chopping swing. The problem with this is that when the club hits the sand it actually digs too much and leads to the club being decelerated...

american golf Tuition: Breaking 100 Tip 2
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 100 Tip 2

Having a reliable routine is vital for successful putting. Watch the tour pros and see them follow the same routine for every putt - especially the short ones.

american golf Tuition: Breaking 100 Tip 3
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 100 Tip 3

It’s essential to nail the basics early on as your grip controls the clubface which gets the ball in the air. Here’s a routine to make sure you’re holding the club correctly.

american golf Tuition: Breaking 70 Tip 2
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 70 Tip 2

Many people think that the wider the better, the bigger the arc, surely it will go further, Tiger gets it wide etc...

american golf Tuition: Breaking 70 Tip 3
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 70 Tip 3

Set up with your weight a hint on your left side. Go for a stance width between a full shot and a chip, with your shoulders, hips and knees square, and your feet a touch open.

american golf Tuition: Breaking 80 Tip 2
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 80 Tip 2

When you’re faced with a shot that’s neither a pitch nor a chip, you better make sure you commit to the right shot...

american golf Tuition: Breaking 80 Tip 3
Review
Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 80 Tip 3

Ever noticed how people go about their business at different speeds? That’s their internal body rhythm coming to the surface. Fact is, we all go through life at varying pace – and your swing should reflect that.

american golf Tuition: Breaking 90 Tip 1
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 90 Tip 1

create a more rounded and shallow downswing which is a pre-requisite to reducing a slice and driving the ball better. As both these shots in general are caused by a steep downswing...

american golf Tuition: Breaking 90 Tip 2
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 90 Tip 2

Play the ball about three inches inside your left heel. Take a wide stance, set your right shoulder lower than your left and hold your chin high, to give you room for a full shoulder turn.

american golf Tuition: Breaking 90 Tip 3
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Posted: 04/03/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 90 Tip 3

If you’re feeling bold, escape with a low chip using your mid-wedge. Stand wide and low, bury your feet and make sure the clubface is square at address and your bodyweight is left to encourage a descending blow.

american golf Tuition: How to Play Tiger's Knockdown Shot
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american golf Tuition: Breaking 70 Tip 1
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Posted: 28/02/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 70 Tip 1

Many people think that the wider the better, the bigger the arc, surely it will go further, Tiger gets it wide etc...

american golf Tuition: Breaking 80 Tip 1
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Posted: 28/02/2013

american golf Tuition: Breaking 80 Tip 1

Once you are over the mental disappointment of a ripped drive landing in someone else's mess, simply adjust your set-up.

american golf Tuition: How to Beat Those Bunker Fears
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Posted: 22/02/2013

american golf Tuition: How to Beat Those Bunker Fears

God knows I’ve tried to work on my greenside bunker play. I feel I’m going right by the book, but I still tend to thin at least one in four shots straight over the green.

american golf Tuition: Cure That Slice
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Posted: 22/02/2013

american golf Tuition: Cure That Slice

A slice can be caused by several things from a bad grip to bad alignment.

american golf Tuition: How to Get Up & Down From the Edge of The Green
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Wedges Technology: What does it all mean?
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Posted: 18/02/2013

Wedges Technology: What does it all mean?

Getting it right when buying golf Wedges can make a big difference to your game. Learn about wedges technology, and save yourself shots, with this buying guide.