October 27, 2014

Golf Lessons

Are you one of those golfers that, after hitting a really poor shot, gets so pissed off that you swear like an old sailor?  Worse, do you throw your clubs?  If so, STOP.  It’s unbecoming of a golfer, regardless of skill level.  There are ways of managing stress on the golf course, and doing so

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October 17, 2014

Golf Club Fitting

Pretty straight-forward: should you consider custom fit golf clubs?  That’s a resounding “YES”.  It’s not even just a suggestion, it should be read as a Commandment.  “Thou Shalt Not Buy Off The Rack”, as Moses might say.Custom fittings can be very basic, or very (one might say overly) complex.  We’re about Common Sense here, Dear

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October 9, 2014

Golf Club Fitting

Clones can be a good thing.  Just ask the Galactic Republic.  On second thought… Maybe in this instance, they aren’t so great.  At least, not if your job title is “Jedi”. Since this is a golf blog about Common Sense and helping everyday people that don’t want to (or can’t) spend an arm and a

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October 8, 2014

Golf Lessons

I’m not a big fan of copying someone else’s golf swing.  I don’t think it’s a good idea, unless you’re going to copy every single facet of whoever’s swing, from the grip to the footwork and so on.  Having the same body type helps.  Really, is there a golf swing everyone can copy? Please understand

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October 7, 2014

Golf Club Fitting

Need help buying your next golf club or set of clubs?  Click HERE! This is a trick question!  There is no set amount that you should spend on golf clubs… only what you’re comfortable with (or what the household CFO allows!). Spending two or more month’s salary on a set of clubs is in no way a

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