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Commit to a Golf Fitness Program

Commit to a golf fitness program. Okay this sounds like a real resolution, but the fact is most golfers today are over taught and under trained. No amount of practice can compensate for a body...

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Play Faster

Play faster. You’ll likely score better and keep the group behind very happy. Studies have shown that speeding up your play makes for a more satisfying game for all parties concerned. Forget about who’s away....

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Introduce a Young Person to the Game

Introduce a young person to the game. Could be a cousin, nephew, niece, neighborhood kid, or any youngster you know who you think might be open to the idea of taking a whack at a...

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Visit England

Already been to Scotland and Ireland? Visit England, home to some of the world’s finest and most underrated links. A case in point is northwest England, where the string of links clustered cheek-by-jowl along the...

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Rinse Your Mind of Swing Thoughts

Play an entire round focusing solely on the target and the flight of the ball. Quiet your thoughts. Stay in the moment by taking in the sights and sounds around you. And take a cue...

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Plan a Trip to Streamsong

Plan a trip to Streamsong, central Florida’s answer to Bandon Dunes. Set on 16,000 acres of formerly mined phosphate land in rural Polk County 50 miles east of Tampa, the resort, opened in...

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No Anchoring

If you followed our 2012 suggestion to switch to a belly putter, never mind. No anchoring in the New Year. As Tiger, Rory, and others have noted, nerves, i.e., the “small twitchy muscles” in the...

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Adicross II golf shoes

Course-conscious and street-savvy, these new shoes from adidas have got game

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Review: The Rolex World’s Top 1000 Golf Courses

This golf-course travel guide will get you thinking—and packing

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Legendary Golf Links of Ireland

Nothing gets the golf juices flowing quite like a beautiful coffee-table golf book full of sumptuous hole photographs and stirring prose. Photographer Anthony Edgeworth and writer John de St. Jorre have already taken golfers on...

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