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The Top 10 Ways to Get Ready for the New Golf Season

It’s official: spring is here! No, really. Even if it’s still not golf weather where you live, it will be soon enough and now is a good time to take stock of your equipment and...

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It's About Time

The PGA Tour needs a shot clock to combat the glacial pace of play

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10. Know the Rules

Even if you don’t always play by the rules, it’s worth knowing them just in case you get paired up with or against a stickler. But forget the old paper rule book and download the...

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9. Golf Wardrobe

Liven up your golf wardrobe. We’re not suggesting you go all John Daly, but there are better golf apparel options than ever. Check out Maide a new company from Bonobos, the...

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8. See a Clubfitter

Yes, you should be properly fit for new clubs. But if you already made that purchase, you should still go see a clubfitter to check if there any distance gaps in your clubs. Most of...

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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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