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Golf: DJ’s Simple Fix For Poor Putting

“Dustin Johnson used this simple drill to fix his putting and win $15 million,” writes Luke Kerr-Dineen

Golf: Applauds For Arrowtown Golf Course

‘Expert’s take: Not only a great short course. It’s one of the very best courses in New Zealand. Brilliant. Wild. And you can be a member for a year for $600, less than it costs for one game across the road at The Hills.’ As quoted by golf.com

Golf: Nice Chutt

No it’s not a typo. Add this one to your golf vocabulary and maybe even try it.
Chutt is a chip-putt shot.

Tod Leonard writes, “Incredible ace with a putter at Sheep Ranch: Golfer talks about how she pulled it off”

Golf: From Impact And Back - Golf Drill

This one’s for me so that I won’t forget or lose it.
For quite some time I’ve been following a guy called Mike Malaska and in the absence of something that would excite me to write about I turned to Mike’s YouTube channel and viewed this one.

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.