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7. Get a Lesson

Want your first rounds of the season to be enjoyable? Then "Get Golf Ready" with a PGA professinal—five group lessons starting at around $99. You'll get some invaluable short-game help. Improving...

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6. Game Stats

It’s cool that the PGA Tours have access to virtually any stat they want about their own game, isn’t it? Well you can too. Either jot down your own numbers and input them into an...

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5. Look at Your Wedges

There’s no new need to buy a new set of clubs every year, unless you can. Instead, take a close look at your wedges. You likely use them most—especially your 56 degree or 58 degree—which...

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4. Clean Out Session

If your golf bag could draw a high bid on Garage Sales Wars because it’s stuffed full of things that may or may not be valuable, it’s time for a clean out session. Toss out...

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3. Warm Up Routine

If it’s good enough for Miguel Angel Jimenez, it’s good enough for you. No, not cigars and a glass of Rioja (well, maybe the latter). We mean a dynamic stretching/warm up routine—a variation perhaps on...

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2. Golf Shoes

Never have style and function merged more efficiently in golf shoes than right now. And your feet deserve the best, don’t they? Plus many of the new models can also be worn off the course....

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1. Latest Technology

It’s not just your kids or grandkids who know their way around the latest technology. It’s also a growing number of golfers who are upgrading their gear to improve their game. The new Leupold Gx4i...

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Golf in Central Oregon

Black Butte Ranch

Sweeping views of the towering Cascade Mountain range, endless acres of wilderness, an unhurried lifestyle that invites you to unwind,...

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If Spring Golf Ever Comes, I’m Ready

From Nike and Cross Golf, two tops that are tops for cool-weather rounds

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Method | Chipping

This article appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of LINKS.

Mike Adams and T.J. Tomasi 1998

The stroke for playing the basic chip shot is short, and you shouldn’t be all that concerned with generating power. A...

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