It’s true: Few things are as embarrassing to a golfer as a high handicap. But because everyone comes to the game with their own unique strengths and weaknesses, there’s no one way to lower your handicap. Instead, it requires trying different things to figure out what works best for you.Here are 12 common, simple ways
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Here’s the thing about putts: They’re deceptively simple. You think all it takes is a gentle tap for the ball to roll right into the hole. You’re so close—but you’re also so far away. Mastering the art of putting is, in many ways, just as critical to your game as a powerful, well-placed drive. It’s
Practice, as the saying goes, makes perfect. While short game practice is essential to a golfer’s performance on the green, if not done properly, it can be ineffective. It can even be a waste of your time. Feel like your short game practice isn’t helping you? Wondering why all those hours you clock aren’t doing
There’s something serene and satisfying about a well-executed putt. You find your target. You aim for it. You gauge the surrounding terrain. You prepare your stance. You plan your stroke. You swing. You watch the ball gently roll into the hole. There’s also something defeating and humiliating about a poorly-executed putt. You’ve got the confidence.
We’ve all been there. You’re preparing for another day out on the links. The weather’s crisp and clear. The course is one you’re excited to play. There’s just one problem: Your back is killing you. Perhaps it’s a dull ache in your muscles. Maybe it’s a sharp jolt that leaves you gasping for breath. Either