Are You Having Trouble Sustaining Energy On The Back Nine?

 
Loss of stamina and endurance toward the end of an eighteen-hole round of golf happens to many golfers and can often be attributed to poor nutrition. To keep up the pace and go the distance, there is no substitute for good nutrition. Golfers should avoid starchy foods like potatoes, white breads, corn, and foods high in sugars. These can serve to make you groggy and less able to react properly. They will rob you of stamina rather than enhance it. Instead of eating a traditional "three meals per day,"...
 

Golf Club Swing Weights

 
A golf club's swing weight helps the player to be able to feel the club head hit the ball. This helps each of the clubs to have the same feel for continuity purposes. Low lofted iron head's, such as a 3-iron, have a much lower weight than a higher iron head, but the irons feel the same weight, due to the increased length of the lower irons club. The sand wedge is the only exception to this rule, as it needs the higher weighted club head to move through sand and pop the ball into the air. Graphite and steel shaft golf wood swing weights vary because of the different compositions of the shafts themselves....
 

5 Best Uses for Hybrid Utility Clubs

 
Have you seen those new hybrid utility cubs? They are showing up all over the place, rescuing golfers from all kinds of situations. The reason for this is simple; they open up opportunities for a number of great new shots. Even the tour pros are using them to help them win big tournaments. (Todd Hamilton - British Open, David Toms - PGA Championship, Reteif Goosen - US Open) We have come up with what we believe are the 5 best uses for these hybrid clubs. 1. OFF THE TEE - These clubs are great for long par 3's and short par 4 tee shots when you must carry a bunker or water hazard....
 

Womens Golf Performance Is Directly Related To Strength

 
Womens golf is not much different than mens golf, but there is one issue that comes to mind with women golfers. Strength! This is not always the case, but more times than not it is. The reason is? that women golfers don't focus on improving their strength when it comes to playing better golf. They'll hit more balls, take more lessons and even buy an instructional video or two. Does this sound like you? When you think of the golf swing; it takes a great amount of upper body strength to control the clubhead during the swing....
 

Functional Exercise For Golf WarrantsThe Quickest Results

 
Functional exercise for golf can mean different things to different golfers. But the key is to take a look at the golf swing mechanics and devise golf exercises, drills, and golf programs to strengthen weak or limited phases of the swing. Not every golfer has the same deficiency; and treating golfers this way is like "one-stop" shopping. This will result in failure. No improvement for the golfer. This is a complete waste of time, money and physical effort. The first step is for the golfer to partake in a golf fitness evaluation to determine the correct functional exercise for golf program....
 

Finding A Good Golf Product Is A Lot Easier With The Net

 
The World Wide Web has made life a lot easier for many people. Golfers are no exception and apart from valuable golfing tips being widely available on the net, the other huge advantage is that it has become a lot easier to find good golf products. To find a good golf product one can subscribe to one of the many regular ezines, or email newsletters available online that deal with golf and golf products. You can also identify useful web sites that you can be visiting a regular basis to read about the very latest releases in golf products....
 

Getting Your Pro Golf Swing Right

 
Achieving a correct pro golf swing will not only help any golfer improve their game, but even more important, will help them enjoy their golf game much more. As many golfers delve deeper into increasingly desperate efforts to improve their game, it is very easy for any golfer to lose the enjoyment aspect. Some have even given up the game because of this. Getting your pro golf swing right will involve you focusing on the many different individual parts of the pro golf swing. The pro golf swing starts with the backswing where equal focus should be placed on both the body rotation and club and arm extension....
 

4 Easy Ways to Take Your Golf Practice to the Course

 
One of the most common concerns expressed by golfers is "how come I can hit the ball so well on the range but have a difficult time replicating this on the golf course"? When left on their own to try to figure this question out, many people look at their on-course behavior, thinking and playing for the source of the answer. Frequently, the answer lies more in their practice behavior than it does in their playing behavior. It is necessary to hit a lot of golf balls in order to become proficient at golf....
 

Sports Psychology for Golfers: 4 Tips for Beating the Yips

 
When players labels themselves as having the putting yips, they think they have an incurable disease. Putting confidence declines and the fear of missing putts makes matters worse. Players who suffer from the fear of missing don't like to putt. The more they putt, the worse it gets, until it's intolerable. This leads golfers to believe they have an affliction that they must learn to play with. When golfers condition themselves into believing they have the yips, it is extremely hard for change to occur....
 

3 Ways To Maximize On The Effectiveness Of A Golf Instruction Video

 
Golf instruction videos featuring techniques and tips from leading world class players are very common these days. Still there are very few people who can claim to have had their games improved by a golf instruction video. So here are three tips to help you ensure that you reap maximum fruits from every golf instruction video that you ever get to watch. 1) Watch the golf instruction video several times Some people watch golf instruction videos to try and get a single Magic formula that will revolutionize their game....
 
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