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Golf: Chamblee Has A Go At Hogan

“Chamblee explained.

Golf: Bryson is Mickey Mouse

“And he warned: “Bryson is Mickey Mouse. This is the thing we’ve got to realise.

Golf: Hogan Says It’s Simple

“I went down a strange golf YouTube rabbit hole last night, as a I often do, which is how I stumbled upon this rather fascinating tip from none other than Ben Hogan,” writes Luke Kerr-Dineen who headlines his article, “Watch Ben Hogan explain how to swing a golf club, in

Golf: "Can’t Play Blades"

“I can’t play a blade,” (Kevin) Na says. “It’s too difficult, and I’m a pro golfer. I think a blade goes shorter. Off-center hits aren’t going to perform as well as cavity-backs. I don’t see a reason why you’d want to play a blade.

Golf: DeChambeau’s Driver Details

“After putting on 20 pounds, and currently averaging 323.8 yards per drive in 2020, DeChambeau clearly wasn’t joking.

Golf: Handling First Tee Fright

“Performance, at any level, is a function of more than just your physical attributes.  Mental acuity and emotional equilibrium also play a substantial role in your success,” writes Mark Immelman.

Golf: The Wizard of The Wedge Shot

“The best short game player I’ve worked with might surprise you. They are all so good and make wedge play look so natural. Adam Scott, KJ Choi – all these guys make wedge play look like a part of them.

Golf: Your Hands Are The Secret

Twenty years had passed since he (Vijay Singh) claimed the Masters. Woods, Ernie Els and David Duval couldn’t keep pace as Singh prevailed by three, writes Ewan Murray in Vijay Singh's refusal to reminisce reflects his relationship with golf.

Golf: The Power of Postively Picturing

“Gary Player once said to me, “I always expect my ball to bounce out of the trees.”

Golf: None Are So Blind...

“The notion of the “blind shot” was seen as somehow silly, poor design and something to be avoided by course architects at all costs, writes Mike Clayton in All the fun of the unfair.