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Winning Mental Golf Tips - How to deal with any mentally challenging situation during a round and achieve mental mastery in golf! Read on to discover mental goling tips that make your mind your best ally.
The How To Golf Ebook - The only way to quickly improve your golf is with more knowledge.
Golfing Tips - Golfing tips can help you achieve more with just a slight change in your approach
Golf Instruction - Online Golfing Lessons. Golf instruction online has one major deficit compared to instruction on course: it's a one-way street. That is why golsbygolf.com.com now provides you with instruction options online for beginners as well as advanced players.
What is the Inner Game? - Golf is the perfect sport to learn this approach The way to peak performance is the Inner Game. Golf can be a very mentally challenging game and the Inner Game approach shows you the way...
How to play like you practice -How many times have you wondered: "If only I could play this round as well as I can play in practice...or why is my practice swing so different to my real swing"
Avoid paralysis by analysis - Most club players - especially those who don't play much but who take many golf lessons and mostly look to improve their technique - get stuck at stage 3 of the learning process.
Is putting a science or is it art? - Putting is a game within a game and for most of us it is an area which we could improve with a few putting tips.
Get more out of your round - Ideally you should arrive at the golf course in a total and complete relaxed state of mind.
Stop slicing your golf ball - You start by getting some rotation on the backswing and on the way through work on getting the back of the left hand to supernate into impact, when you do this you will square the clubface.
Famous P.G.A Players - A section all about famous golf players whom we all know. Some of them won't be so known to the younger public, but for the rest of us they are legends.
Chip, Pitch or putt - You ask yourself: maybe a pitch would be better, or perhaps putting the ball on the next shot is better than chipping it?
Do you find yourself getting tight when in contention? - First off I want to remind you (as you probably know anyway) that getting tight when in contention is a common problem dealt with by professionals to amateurs.