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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.

Golf: Tiger’s Second Life

“Don’t be fooled. Michael Bamberger has immense respect for his subject matter.

Golf: The Master Move

“Scientifically, what Moe (Norman) does is perfect,” Kuykendall says. “It’s what we call an ideal mechanically advantaged golf swing. It is a maximum force with least effort. It’s as perfect as a human being can do. The second-best is Lee Trevino’s.

Golf: Recalling Tiger’s Famous 2019 Masters Victory – Never Say Never

“The consensus after that (major surgery) was that Tiger would never win another major. But you never say never.” That’s from Curtis Strange and one of many quotes reflecting on Tiger’s famous win.

Golf: The Most Important Fundamental Says Jack Nicklaus

“I like to feel as though there was a shaft that came right down through my head and down through the middle of my back,” Nicklaus says.

Golf: The Three-Step to Success

“A svelte 5’10” and 165 pounds, Kevin Kisner is an outlier in the PGA Tour’s era of brute force and explosive athleticism.