Monthly Archives: September 2012

Getting the Most Out of Your Golf Lesson

  Golf lessons are a great way for golfers of all levels to step up their game. If you haven’t already taken lessons with a professional, then you’re probably considering it. And you should — whether you’re just starting out … Continue reading

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Golf Tips: Pitching Basics

Pitching: A short game shot described as maximum air, minimum roll. A pitch shot is designed to go over something like a bunker, water hazard, or up to an elevated green. Learning how to pitch correctly can make a world … Continue reading

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How to Master the Chip Shot

A chip shot is described as a shot that has minimum air and maximum roll.  The chip shot set-up is important, and doing this properly will help you master this short game technique.

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Decisions, Decisions: Pitch, Chip or Putt?

What’s my next move? Pitch, chip or putt? This is a question all golfers ask themselves each time their ball approaches the green. While there are three possible shots you can make, you might be surprised at which one is … Continue reading

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Navigating the Green: Pitching, Chipping and Putting

Pitching is described as a shot that has maximum air and minimum roll.  Chipping on the other hand, is a shot described as minimum air and maximum roll. Lastly, a putt is a shot that stays on the ground throughout … Continue reading

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