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Golf: The Question Of Why Cambo's Comeback?

'Mental' Michael Campbell needs hypnosis', reads the headline from an article at Stuff dated April 11, 2010.

Golf: Great Ballz of Fire and A (Swilcan) Bridge Too Far

"What the RBZ lacked in accuracy it more than made up for in distance, and that basically accounts for how the RocketBallz found its way into the #2 spot overall."

Golf: The Hidden Key to Golf Power?

"After plowing through data collected from 700 golfers, including 35 PGA Tour pros, the time had come to reap the discoveries.

Golf: The Greater The Swing Speed - The Further It Goes? Not Necessarily So

"Here’s a great example – on the PGA Tour David Toms swings at 104 mph and Stephen Gangluff swings at 120 mph, yet they average the exact same distance off the tee….hmmm?

Golf: Hogan - The Real Secret

The story goes that shortly before Ben Hogan's death in 1997 he was interviewed by the famous sport psychologist Dr Bob Rotella and the matter of Hogan's real swing secret was discussed.

Golf: Jack Nicklaus - Never Missed From Inside of Three Feet

Given he's been around a bit longer than Tiger, it's probably true to write that Jack's sunk more clutch putts than any other golf pro on the planet.

Golf in Godzone: New Zealand's Hidden Golfing Gems

Just in time for golfers thinking of their Christmas shopping list comes, "Country Courses of New Zealand", by Michael Donaldson and Niels Schipper.

Golf: Seve Playing A Stymie

The late very great Seve Ballesteros was renowned for his short game and one of his party tricks was playing a soft three-iron, as his choice of club from a green-side bunker. And I believe I'm correct in saying even the great Jack Nicklaus said there's no way he could play that shot.

Golf: Poulter Playing Tricks

Some time before his inspiring performance at the Ryder Cup Ian Poulter took some time off, maybe that's the secret of his success, to spend some time with Geoff Swain. Geoff's a trick shot artist whose hand eye coordination Ian did remarkably well to emulate.

Golf: Gainey The Ungainly - But Hey It Works

Tommy "Two Gloves" Gainey came from seven shots behind and shot 60 to win the McGladrey Classic.

It's been said that Tommy's type of swing makes Jim Furyk's look smooth and natural.
See what you think.