Articles, News, and Interesting Ideas

Everyone understands that golf is a mental game where knowledge is indeed an advantage. We figure that the best player is an informed player. The more you understand all angles of the game, the better you'll directly benefit! That's why we gather helpful, useful and timely information from many sources (magazines, blogs, news sites, etc.) and publish them here for you to use to stay up to date with the latest ideas, strategies, reviews and lots of other good stuff you'll want to know about.

  • Biomechanics and the Golf Swing

    Recent test results from Titleist Performance Institute has changed the way golf is being taught. In order to properly diagnose swing flaws, functional movement screens that test trunk mobility, core stability, balance, and coordination have to be completed.


  • The Importance of the Handicap System

    The golf handicap system is implemented at golf courses, for golf tournament play.  This is a short guide on how the golf handicap system works.


  • Reason, Season, or Lifetime

    Pay attention to what you read. After you read this, you will know the reason it was sent to you! People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. When you figure out which one it is, you will know what to do for each person.


  • Golf For Beginners - What Makes A Good Golfer?

    A good golfer is one who is willing to listen to good advice from experienced players. Read this for advice from some of the best.


  • The Single Lever Pitch Shot

    The pitch shot is one of the most difficult shots in golf to execute consistently.  For the average golfer, the single lever or "straight arm" pitch shot could be the answer.


  • Swing Easy When It's Breezy

    Playing golf in the wind can be one of the most intimidating experiences.  Mystic Dunes Head Golf Professional Steve Phillips returns to give us some advice on how to handle this situation.


  • Sink your Short Putts!

    Putting is one of the toughest aspects of the game, but this tee drill described by Steve Phillips, PGA Professional, can help you start sinking those short putts and lowering your score.


  • The Photo Finish

    One of the most fundamental aspects of a golf swing is balance.  PGA Professional Steve Phillips gives some exercises to practice and improve our balance.


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