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  Topic: Many Golfers that Fall Into the Trap of Rushing th
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PostForum: Advertisments   Posted: 05 Jan, 04:41   Subject: Many Golfers that Fall Into the Trap of Rushing th
Popularly known as gentleman's sport, Golf is not all about vast green landscapes with men trying to aim at one hole. Golf Day can be as much fun as any of the corporate wild parties and get together. ...
  Topic: Reduce Your Current Golf Handicap
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PostForum: General Discussion   Posted: 05 Jan, 04:37   Subject: Reduce Your Current Golf Handicap
Game analysis software is not only a fun way to track all of these aspects of how your skills rank and are improving, but it is a great tool for helping you to reduce your current golf handicap and a ...
  Topic: Consider Aiming Your Club and Body
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 12 Dec, 05:52   Subject: Consider Aiming Your Club and Body
There is a way to confirm that your posture is accurate. For our case, it is helpful to stand to one side in front of a full length mirror or to have a friend assist you to prove the proper posture.
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  Topic: Take the Time to Hit Golf Balls
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PostForum: General Discussion   Posted: 12 Dec, 05:51   Subject: Take the Time to Hit Golf Balls
Here is a good golf tip for you!! When you read or are given a tip that you feel could make a difference to your performance, ACT on it!! Don't just let is go in one ear and out the other [url=http:// ...
  Topic: Peak Of Your Back Swing
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PostForum: Tutorial Utopia   Posted: 01 Dec, 11:58   Subject: Peak Of Your Back Swing
Think of opening your stance as a way to counter opening your club face, while still getting the full effects of an open club. You should open your stance about 2/3 of the amount you open your club fa ...
  Topic: If You Start Out Drawing the Ball
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PostForum: General Discussion   Posted: 01 Dec, 11:57   Subject: If You Start Out Drawing the Ball
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  Topic: Graceful and Perfect Arc with Your Swing
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PostForum: General Discussion   Posted: 30 Nov, 06:36   Subject: Graceful and Perfect Arc with Your Swing
This is how blind golfers learn golf - letting the ball get in the way of their approaching club. They don't hit at something they can't see. If you can incorporate this concept into your putting, you ...
  Topic: Played Golf Normal Shot
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 30 Nov, 06:35   Subject: Played Golf Normal Shot
It's not a shot for the faint hearted I can assure you. Many a time whilst endeavouring to pull off this shot [url=http://www.discountgolf118.com/goods-1957-Ping-G20-Driver.html]ping g20 driver, I end ...
  Topic: The Rules of the Golf Game
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 26 Oct, 06:02   Subject: The Rules of the Golf Game
A large factor in determining the required swing weight of a club is your swing speed. If, for example you have a fast swing then choosing a lighter club will allow your speed to convert to force when ...
  Topic: A Great Golf Swing
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 26 Oct, 05:59   Subject: A Great Golf Swing
It is very important that you uncoil from your hips and feet when you reach the top of your backswing. This would help give you the power you need for distance. Golfers often make the mistake of letti ...
  Topic: How Does the Ball Start Before it Slices
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PostForum: General Discussion   Posted: 26 Oct, 05:58   Subject: How Does the Ball Start Before it Slices
Golf is a game of rhythm and the balance. No dream is possible to achieve without putting the continuous and the dedicate efforts. Give in maximum efforts and try to practice it on regular basis. You' ...
  Topic: How to Stop Slicing
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 25 Oct, 01:24   Subject: How to Stop Slicing
These are usually considered the hardest to use and hit. No matter how many e books you may read there are a few basic tips which would help you hit long shots with ease and with confidence.

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  Topic: A Bad Swing and Losing the Entire Game
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 25 Oct, 01:24   Subject: A Bad Swing and Losing the Entire Game
With every practice swing you take, you should be evaluating every single inch of your body and how it is lined up to both your ball and your target. You should be to the left of your target, unless y ...
  Topic: All Aspects of Your Golf Swing
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 21 Sep, 07:07   Subject: All Aspects of Your Golf Swing
It is best to not go crazy in buying training aids that aren't needed, and you shouldn't purchase the first one you find. Before you buy anything, you need to know where your swing needs help [url=htt ...
  Topic: Incredible Improvement with Your Swing
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PostForum: Site Check   Posted: 21 Sep, 07:06   Subject: Incredible Improvement with Your Swing
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