Even the most skilled golfer needs a quick tip, a fresh perspective or the latest technology. They also probably don’t come here for any of that so this space is for the rest of us, golfers who want to break 100, or 90, or, the gold standard for most of us, 80. There will be instruction tips here, rule interpretations, the latest equipment but also perspectives from various sources, including the three of us. Kirby has managed to get into the 70s often while Jim and Bob have come close but have never broken bad.
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The Golf Channel Pete Dye’s Harbour Town Golf Links is one of the toughest tests for a non-major on the PGA Tour. Narrow fairways, strategically located trees, multiple hazards, and what seems to be a strong [...]
You know how good Phil Mickelson is with the wedge. But did you know this? He can use his wedge hitting backward to go forward. Watch and copy. http://www.pgatour.com/tourreport/2013/02/05/archives–watch-phil-s-flop-shot.html Just to show that Mickelson hasn’t changed [...]
One of the resolutions I had going into the 2012 golf season was to finally break 80. I have been chasing a dimpled white ball for a long time, going on 30 or so years now, [...]
Craig Hunter, the head pro at Sand Point Country Club, recently took some of his time between lessons to give GolfersWest.com readers advice on hitting side-hill lies. Anyone who has had the pleasure of playing the [...]
The three, 9-hole courses that comprise the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain, northwest of Tucson, wind their way through the Sonoran desert, offering one of the most awesome experiences any golfer could want. The pristine fairways [...]
It might be hard to believe but 62-year-old Tom Watson acknowledges the ravages of time. His game is not the same as it was 10, 20 or 30 years ago, even though it looks like it [...]