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The Correct Swing Path is Never Easy

THE CORRECT SWING PATH IS NEVER EASY by Dr. T. J. Tomasi Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research The correct swing path combines with the correct clubface position to create both the starting direction and curve of the ball, but the correct path is not easy to create. Due to…

Driving Range Mats vs. Grass

Golf driving rangers are great ways to work on your game. From improving your swing to practicing driving the ball off of the tee, a driving range is a great facility to seek out. Driving ranges across the country vary in the hitting surfaces. Some will have a grass surface just like a tee box…

PGA Tour Lineup 2018: Players to Watch, Major Tournaments and More

The 2017-18 PGA Tour officially teed off in October. However, as usual, it wasn’t until the New Year that the majority of the circuit’s big guns joined in the tournaments. While eight PGA events were played between October 8 and November 19, it wasn’t until January’s Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii that the PGA…

What is the Best Way to Putt? [Infographic]

Should you stroke: Straight back and straight through – (Pelz) Let the putter move in an arc – (Utley) Move the putter inside to down the line – (Stockton) While each of these methods is technically correct and works for those who commit to using them. There are certain “imperatives” in putting on which almost…

Has Golf Course Length Increased Over the Years?

It is true that golf courses have increased in length over the years. The simple reason for the increase in length is due to golfers being able to drive a ball much farther than they did in years past. In 1980, only six PGA golfers could hit the ball 270 yards from a tee shot….