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S-Posture And Back Pain
There it is. In the center row in the fold out of the April issue of a prominent golf publication. A touring player in an S-posture or an “athletic” posture as it’s sometimes called. It’s something you see quite often, especially in women and young men. It’s characterized by an arching of the lower back while standing over the ball at address. Of concern is the stress the S-posture places on the lower back.Buying Your First Set of Golf Clubs
How do you know where to begin? Here you’ll find some guidelines and tips on how to choose the best set of clubs for you.How To Chill Out About The Worlds Economy
With the World Economy looking so grim, and the almost obscene early arrival of Christmas closeout sales, isn’t it a relief to have the PGA’s President’s Club. I can’t think of any better way to Chill out, well except personally having a round of golf, than to be able to lose oneself in some healthy international competition.Tiger Woods Barely Misses Victory at Australian PGA Tour
The 2011 PGA Tour season has been over for the better part of a month, but plenty of world-class professional golf has been unfolding on foreign lands in the weeks since. The past weekend featured the culmination of a handful of prestigious tournaments, but two events rose to the top. Thanks to an abundance of sunshine that warms the continent well into what is considered winter in North American, the Australian PGA Tour is still playing out in a beautiful land far south of the equator.Modern Improvements in Golf Clubs
Golf is a mental game. If examined in detail it’s seemingly a long walk while hitting a tiny ball around a whole series of obstacles with the objective to sink the ball into a round cup. The golfer with the least amount of stokes wins.4 Common Goal Setting Mistakes and How to Avoid Them for Golfers
The article reveals you 4 common goal setting mistakes that golfers make. Find out those 4 common goal setting mistakes that golfers make and learn how to avoid them.The Evolution Of The Rules Of Golf
The first known rulebook was laid out by the ‘Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers’ in 1744. And on the back cover of that rule book, as a guiding principle of ‘Fairness’ is the overriding principle: Play the ball as it lies, play the course as you find it, and if you cannot do either, do what is fair.Goal Setting for Golfers: 7 Tips to Setup Positive and Action Oriented Goals
What happens if golfers fail to setup positive and action oriented goals? What are the consequences of setting negative and unrealistic goals? Find out the common goal setting mistakes that golfers make and learn how to setup positive and action oriented goals.Golf Swing Tips To Help You Improve Your Game
Everyone wants to have the perfect golf swing and are looking for some golf swing tips to attain that purpose. Developing the perfect swing is one of the most important parts of playing golf. Many people strive to just achieve that perfect golf swing.When You Retire Will Your Money Be Worth A Round Of Golf?
The other day the image of someone driving up to a golf course with the cart over-flowing with money to pay for one round of golf popped into my head. This may seem like a bazaar idea, but it wasn’t that long ago, 1923 that we were given a similar image of a German girl pulling a wagon full of German Mark to pay for a loaf of bread. The story really gets interesting when it goes on to say while the girl was in the bakery the wagon was stolen, and the thief left the worthless money behind.Traditional Clubs And The Development Of The Standardised Set
In the days before mass production each golfer designed their own club to suit his/her own game. The clubs themselves were individually made by a blacksmith and so there was no standard length or shape. Each player’s stance differed and the types of strokes and techniques they used were vastly different from each other.Using SkyCaddie To Improve Your Game
Every golfer worth his salt knows about SkyCaddie. It works on the basis of GPS or Global Positioning System and gives you your location to a yard of your current position. On the golf course you will need to program several points into it such as the location of the middle of the green etc. It will then tell you how far away from it you are.