Golf Articles

"Golf is so popular simply because it is the best game in the world at which to be bad." A.A. Milne

  • Stop Slicing: Use Proper Forearm Rotation
    by K.B. Thompson
    One step in learning to square the clubface at impact is to swing the hands and arms in the correct manner. This aspect is often overlooked in today's teachings. Too often the rotation portion of the swing is over emphasized. Today's drill looks at swing the arms in the correct manner after impact.

  • Golf Exercise Routine: No Sweat Needed
    by Mike Pedersen
    The simplest way to implement a golf exercise routine is to look at the golf swing. First off, it’s standing on your feet. Not sitting down, like on a machine in your local gym. So try to do most of your exercises on your feet.

  • Golf Flexibility Exercise For Lower Back
    By Mike Pedersen
    A golf flexibility exercise that can release the tension in your lower back can be the silver bullet you've been looking for to improve your golf swing and finally get rid of that nagging back pain!

  • What Should I Know About Biomechanics of the Golf Swing?
    by Sean Cochran
    Understanding the details of the biomechanics of the golf swing can improve your golf swing.

  • Keep Your Stats To Improve Your Golf Game
    by Todd C. Robinson
    One of the easiest ways to improve your golf game is to keep your stats. Let's face it, if you are not trying to improve your game what's the point?

  • Correcting A Bad Golf Slice
    by Oliver Dvorak
    The fastest way to shave strokes off of your golf game is to correct your golf slice. Slicing the ball is probably one of the top errors for new players.

  • Practicing Golf During The Off Season
    by Lee Dobbins
    Golf has an off-season. Though there are no tournaments during this time, this doesn't mean that players stop practicing and preparing for the next game.

  • #1 Way to Deal with Nerves in Golf
    by Wade Pearse
    If you've golfed competitively you've no doubt felt nerves affect your game! When I say competitively I don't just mean competing on a professional or mini-tour. If you have a $5 bet with a colleague or friend it's still competitive! Whether you're a 27 handicap or scratch you are likely to feel at least some nerves.

  • The Psychology of a Confident Golf Swing
    by Adam Eason
    Having a great golf swing is not just about technique, it's also about psychological belief in yourself as a great player.

  • How The Risk Of Golfer Elbow Injury Can Be Reduced?
    by Mike Pedersen
    A golfer elbow injury has got to be one of the most dreaded injuries on any golf course, so prevention is especially important.

  • Golf Tour To England
    by Reed Langdon
    Have you been an avid golfer all of your life and want to give yourself the golfing experience of a lifetime, a place that is just full of extremely beautiful landscape, rich in history and culture. Head over to beautiful England for a truely memorable experience.

  • The Guide To Simple Golf Etiquette
    by Terry Edwards
    It seems that we will spend big sums of money on clubs and equipment, but fail to learn the rules of the game. Take a little time and brush up on the basic rules and etiquette. Listed here is quick and simple outline on the basics of golf etiquette.

  • An Unabashedly Sentimental Golf Article
    by Ron Strand
    I have been thinking about how much golf equipment I carry around, or I have hanging in my garage, that brings back strong and fond memories of people who I have golfed with over the years and who have meant a great deal to me.

  • Generating More Power from Hip Rotation - Lessons from Martial Arts
    By Susan Hill
    One of the important lessons of Martial Arts training is the ability to use hip rotation as a way to generate power and speed for maximum impact.

  • Synchronizing Your Arms And Body In Golf
    by Jack Moorehouse
    Whatever your golf handicap is, you've probably experienced dayswhen everything on the course seemed to fall into place. And, then, for no apparent reason, you lose it. You can't do anything right.

  • How To Integrate Weight Training Properly Into Your Golf Exercise Program
    by Sean Cochran
    What specific training modalities and exercises should you include in your golf fitness programs and what are the professional golfers doing?

  • The Types Of Grass And What It Means To Your Game Of Golf
    by Jack Moorehouse
    The type of grass you play on affects your game. That's especially true when it comes to putting, where the type of grass can dramatically affect your putts.

  • Golf Fitness Exercises for the Woman Golfer
    by Sean Cochran
    What are the best exercises to improve golf fitness levels, are flexibility exercises and stretches better than other forms of golf fitness exercises, and what are the benefits of golf fitness exercises for the woman golfer?

  • At What Age Do Golfers Reach Their Peak
    by Chris Mills
    It's an interesting conundrum to consider at what point the combination of experience and physical well-being are maximised to produce sportsmen at the top of their game.

  • Speed & Break Tips While Golf Putting
    by Robert Partain
    There are two areas in putting that have almost nothing to do with the mechanics of putting, and, yet, they are crucial to keeping your putting strokes down. They are: judging speed and estimating the break.

  • Golf And Upper Limb Injuries: A Summary And Review Of The Literature
    by Andrew J McHardy and Henry P Pollard
    Many golf-related injuries occur in the upper limb, yet little research on the potential mechanisms of these injuries has been conducted.

  • Proper Golf Swing - One Of The Harder Things To Master
    by Trevor Mulholland
    Most beginning golfers don't realize how much skill and technique goes into a proper golf swing.

  • Choosing Golf Clubs
    by John Bolt
    Every golfer knows that having proper equipment is essential. Choosing golf clubs has become somewhat of a daunting task because of the enormous market out there. We have come up with 5 simple things to consider when choosing golf clubs.

  • Tips To Improve Your Golf Putting
    by Alastair Canaway
    If you are seriously considering lowering your scores, then you must take your putting seriously, as roughly half the strokes you play in a round of golf are likely to be on the putting green.

  • Golf Etiquette Tips For Beginners
    By George Gabriel
    I’ve played with a lot of golfers who truly take the game of golf seriously and a lot of golfers who don’t. It’s okay to have fun out there, keeping in mind respect for other players who do take it seriously.

  • Purpose Driven Golf
    by Dave Moore
    I want you to meditate on the following questions for a moment: Why on earth are you playing golf? What are you getting out of each round? What is the point?

  • The Secret And Crucial Role Of Alignment In Golf
    by Alastair Canaway
    The alignment is an absolutely crucial and vital part to any golfer’s game. You swing round your body, therefore if your body is offline, your swing in turn will be off line and out of sync, resulting in a poor swing and a poor shot, usually ending up deep in the rough.

  • Solving The Slice
    by Alastair Canaway
    The slice is a shot which usually starts off slightly to the left, then swerves to the right in the air. The slice is a common fault that occurs in many beginners game and has to be one of the most frustrating things that can happen to a golfer. In most cases, the slice is uncontrollable and is destructive; more often than not resulting in the ball being sent deep into the rough.

  • Senior Golfers Can Still Play Great Golf
    by Mike Pedersen
    If you’re a senior golfer…don’t give up and don’t give in to the perception that’s it’s all downhill from here. No way!

  • Golf Basics For Kids
    by Hana Lee
    When teaching golf to kids, FUN is the name of the game. Throw in all the technical jargon at the beginning and you will effectively kill a child's desire to learn. Allow a child to ‘play’ golf for enjoyment, and he’ll become a life-long convert of the game!

  • Flexibility Exercise For Golf
    by Mike Pedersen
    Flexibility exercise for golf is a critical component to performing a repeatable, powerful, and mechanically sound golf swing. Senior golfers are the prime target to benefit the most from flexibility exercise for golf.


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