Devoted to a better life through golf. :_)
Short Game & Recovery
- Lots to do, here.
It's an important subject, with many shots to be saved
or gained. But it's one with many variations!
- Recovery: Fairway bunkers,
high shot over trees, low shot under trees, behind a tree or shrub, next
to a tree or shrub--and that's before thinking about intentional hooks
and slices to get out of trouble.
- Short game: Greenside
bunkers (short and long shots), long pitches, bump and run, long chips,
hop and stop, back-upper, off-green putts, off-green iron putts, off-green
Tee to Green
Finding the Right Ball Position
Ball position makes a lot of difference. Because of the way the swing travels
in an arc, it makes the ball go low or high, and contribures to pushes,
pulls, hooks, and slices.
- Keys to the Golf Swing
What started as a short collection of notes is turning into a small book!
(When all the keys are in place, the ball flies
high, long, and straight. And that's a lot more fun!)
Psychological and Spiritual
Golf and Fear: The Art of Relaxing Under Pressure
Golf's real lesson may be in overcoming fear -- in learning the art of deep,
internal relaxation in the face of pressure.
Zen, Golf, and Freedom (will be available online after
Experiencing true inner freedom through golf.
- Why You Want "Inverted Stableford" Scoring
It makes the game faster, and more fun. What's not to like?
- Golfer's Guide to Grasses
What different grasses look like, where you're likely to find them, and how
they affect your shot.
- Have more fun: Play for Barbies!
A simple scoring trick can make it easier to keep score and make things
a lot more fun.
- The Stupidest Penalty in Golf
Slow play is the curse of the weekend golfer. Compounding that problem is
the stupidest penalty in golf.
- Finding a Good
Teacher (orignally published in Golf
A "good" teacher is the right teacher--right for your ability
level and for your swing. Finding one that's right for your ability level
isn't all that hard. But finding one that's right for your particular swing
is real trick. Even touring professionals have made fatal miscalculations
in that regard, and some previously stellar performers are now struggling.
Photos from Pebble Beach, taken by golfing buddy Jim Holmlund. For more, go here.
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