For Low-Handicappers: You play well but want to shave those last few strokes off your handicap
Here are a few New Year’s Resolutions golfers should make … and stick to for a change:
With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking of some gifts for the golfer in your life (well, or ourselves). What better place to warm-up our holiday shopping than with some Christmas stocking stuffers?
As temperatures drop, use these 5 tips to help stay on top of your game.
First things first. Winter golf in Myrtle Beach is NOT spring, summer or fall golf in Myrtle Beach. Spring golf is amazing, with pleasant temperatures and typically abundant sunshine.
Many golf tips and most instruction are written by men from a man’s point of view. But women, who are built differently and have different tendencies, have to work on set-up and swing keys that are specific to them.
Do you find yourself getting angry on the golf course more often than not? What role does anger play, if any? Does anger help you to bring out your magical abilities to play good consistent golf? What is the deal with anger anyway?
1. Have fun – Make this decision on your way to the course. Whatever happens, you’re going to enjoy it. Having this shift in mentality will help you stay more relaxed when the pressure’s on. It’s a game after-all, not life or death.
01 Believe you can win. I still remember my first major, the 1985 city championship in Charlottesville, Va. Back then I didn’t play a lot of golf, but I wanted to see how good the players in my town were. I shot in the 80s and finished third from last.
Jack Nicklaus always said that golf is played with the feet. This resonates with principles from the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi because the flowing movements of Tai Chi are “rooted in the feet”, in exactly the same way as a fluid, powerful golf swing.