Golf Training Course: How To Consistently Draw The Ball
Sports & Recreation / 03/07/2016

Golf Training Course: How To Consistently Draw The Ball   Is it possible to learn to hit consistent-draws just like a pro in only 21 days?” Well, fading or slicing-the-ball is a habit just as exercising or not exercising is and it’s been scientifically proven that it takes at least 21 days to change a habit. Introducing… Golf Training Course: How To Consistently Draw The Ball After you’ve completed this 21 day step-by-step-blueprint in the Golf Training Course: How To Consistently Draw The Ball this is what you’ll gain…. You’ll be hitting-the-ball straighter and longer, more consistently You’ll gain more enjoyment from playing-golf because you’ll be hitting-the-ball longer and more powerfully than you’ve ever done before Your confidence will dramatically improve because you’ll know how a draw-swing should “feel” and what you need to be doing to achieve it on a consistent basis You’ll love the feeling you get when you see the ball-drawing and traveling further than it’s ever gone before You’ll feel like a better golfer because of your professional looking power-draw You’ll be able to show off to your playing partners with your increased distance on all long shots Your shots will feel more powerful and solid…

Golf: Beginner’s Guide
Sports & Recreation / 01/28/2016

Golf: Beginner’s Guide   Does it seem to you, that some of the golfers you know, believe they are somehow superior to non-golfers? Golf is an incredibly easy and fun sport, to start enjoying at any age and no matter what your current physical condition. Kids, teens, young adults, thirty somethings and yes, even grandmas and grandpas can be seen outside enjoying themselves together, any given day, at the golfcourse. It has become one of the fastest growing sports in America and Europe. It is the only game where grandma can go out with her teenage grandson on a Saturday afternoon and whoop the pants off him. Try that with a game of basketball, and if she does that well on the basketball court, you have one extraordinary grandma! But, it is conversely a game which, the next weekend the same teenage grandson can challenge grandma to another round, and have the time of his life, besting his grandma by the end of the 18 holes. The point is: It is truly for everyone. It has a system called the “handicap system” which is just a term for a somewhat complicated but fair way of scoring that allows any two…

Golf Beginner Guide
Sports & Recreation / 11/18/2015

Golf Beginner Guide   Want to Learn Golf? Here’s How to Get Started Quickly and Easily, in just 5 Days or Less. Don’t let you Friends / Boss / Clients laugh at you on the Golf Course! Learn the best and fastest way to get started, including all necessary Theory and Practice… Introducing… Golf Beginner Guide Learn all the important Rules so no one can take advantage of you, and you look knowledgeable on the golf course… Learn how to avoid the most common mistakes almost every player makes… and impress your partners right from the start… What if you could learn the basics in just 5 days or less, and continue from there to become a well rounded golfer that your friends / boss / clients love to play with for less than one lesson from a recognized teacher… what would you say? The information in this downloadable step-by-step ebook is an absolute “must have”. For the benefit of your goal this information is presented in a way that’s easy to understand, easy to use, and even easier to put into action right away. Just follow the process laid out in this ebook and immediately you’ll be well on…

A Few Keys to Efficient Golf Practice
Blog / 03/14/2015

A Few Keys to Efficient Golf Practice   Whether it’s in baseball, hockey, soccer, tennis or any other sports that involves a ball, there is a feeling of immense satisfaction and pride that comes from hitting the ball solidly. Nowhere does this apply more than in golf, where the small ball goes where it wants on anything but a solid shot. If you want to hit the ball solidly on a consistent basis, the only way is through practice and more practice. Though you may not think so, the best time to practice is right after a round. Everything that didn’t work for you during the round is fresh in your mind, and your body and mind are ready to go. Failure to work consistently on the shots that regularly give you the most trouble means your game won’t soon improve. The key to maximizing your efficiency in practice is creating ‘real’ situations. Ideally, you would mirror what happened in your round and employ your best swings. Also work on hitting balls from every bad lie you can think of. Obviously, it’s extra important to practice if you haven’t played for a while. Boost your game further by visualizing a…

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Golf Balls
Blog / 01/18/2015

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Golf Balls   Size The “Rules of Golf” says that a golf ball’s diameter must be a minimum of 1.680 inches / 42.67 mm. A smaller one would fly much further than a larger one. The reason for this is simple: with a smaller diameter it has less air resistance, or in other words, it displaces less air as it flies. Because of this, most manufacturers produce golf balls with the minimal diameter (1.680 inches / 42.67 mm). The rules also state that it must be round, but I guess you knew that… Weight The weight must not exceed 1.620 oz./ 45.93 g according to the rules. The heavier it is, the greater its momentum, and the less it would be slowed down by air resistance. Hence it would tend to fly further. For this reason most manufacturers produce golf balls with the heaviest sanctioned weight of 1.620 oz./ 45.93 g. Compression Rates In the manufacturing process, some two-piece, and all three-piece balls are rated by their compression measurements. This is done by pressuring them with a standard weight. Those that don’t deform at all are rated Compression 200, while those that deform…

Before You Buy Golf Clubs
Blog / 11/14/2014

Before You Buy Golf Clubs   Buying your first set of golf clubs can seem daunting with all the choices out there. To take away some of the confusion I have listed some things to keep in mind before you go out to get your first set of golf clubs. Be Clear About Your Golf Goals If you identify realistic goals before you set out to buy, it will make the process of buying clubs much easier. If you’re deeply committed to golf and plan to play every day, then obviously you’ll want to spend more time, money and effort on a set of clubs than if you only intend to play twice a year with your brother-in-law. Assessing Your Levels of Dedication and Interest By honestly assessing your dedication to golf, you can more easily determine how much to spend, and on what quality of clubs. How much will you be practicing? Will you be willing to take lessons? If you aren’t willing to go that far, then you’re probably better off going with a cheaper pair of clubs. If you plan to practice regularly, and take lessons, then you may want something more expensive. New or Used Clubs?…

Golf Beginner Guide Review
Blog / 09/19/2013

Golf Beginner Guide Review   Do you want to learn golf quickly and efficiently? Several qualified golf teaching professionals have put together the most comprehensive Golfing Manual available for Beginner Golfers. This learning manual will help them play their best game – with no fluff or hype but all the needed facts and knowledge – for less than a lesson from a reputable teacher, and in just 5 days or less. The instructors have compiled everything you need to improve your game and learn the right way from the beginning. 272 pages of great information have been assembled to teach you the game from the ground up. You can take a look at the Table of contents and see for yourself on the sales page itself. You’ve probably seen this, there are a million products out there promising to make you a better golfer. Reality is, you can buy all the special clubs and fancy balls you can afford (or even ones that you can’t) and still never actually improve as a golfer. The focus of this book is making you a better golfer by teaching you about all the important aspects of the game from the ground up. In…