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Gripping the Golf Club

By John Marshall As a golf instructor and former long drive competitor at the national level I have always been a fanatic about the importance of pre-swing fundamentals. By that I mean grip, posture, alignment and ball position.  I never see a good player with a bad...

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Is the Shaft the Engine of the Club?

By Tom Wishon In my 40-plus years of a career in club design and club fitting research, I have heard a lot of myths and misconceptions about golf equipment performance. But with this one, if I had a dollar for each time I have heard this from a golfer, I think I can...

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Three Keys to Hitting Your Six Iron

By Paul Myers The six iron is the point in the set when you transition from ‘long’ irons to ‘mid’ irons, and it is also the point where you can start to be a little more aggressive. Make no mistake, you still have to make a quality swing to hit a good shot with a six...

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Three Keys to Hitting Your Nine Iron

By Paul Myers When you are able to pull your nine iron out of the bag to hit an approach shot, you should be thinking about only one thing – getting the ball as close to the hole as possible. There is plenty of strategy involved in working your way around the golf...

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Three Keys to Hitting Your Pitching Wedge

By Paul Myers Other than your driver and your putter, no club in your bag is likely to see more action than your pitching wedge. You can use this club for full shots from the fairway and rough, for pitch shots from around the green, for bunker shots, and more. Safe to...

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Jamie Sadlowski Long Drive Q&A

Age:                                   27 Height:                             5'11" Weight:                            170 lbs Driver Specs: - Long drive driver - Callaway XR LD 5.5 degree, House of Forged Platiunum XXX 48”. - Playing driver - Callaway Double Black...

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Three Keys to Hitting Your Eight Iron

By Paul Myers Some golfers would consider the eight iron to be the start of the ‘short’ irons, a group which also includes the nine irons and all of the wedges – while others would lump the eight iron in with the ‘mid’ irons. In the end, it really doesn’t matter what...

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