Tiger Woods signaled his major championship intentions with a near flawless display of golf at The WGC Cadillac Championship at The Blue Monster. Every facet of his game was firing but he was especially impressive on the greens. There are a few things one can learn from his display with the putte
  • Tags: Doral, Putting, Tiger Woods, TPC Blue Monster, WGC Cadillac Championship,
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Brandt Snedeker is arguably the game's hottest player right now and there is so much you can learn from from him and his approach to the game. Read it here.
  • Tags: AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Brandt Snedeker, PGA TOUR, Pre-shot Routine,
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Check out my latest "On the Mark" from pgatour.com. You can learn something from Phil Mickelson's mature and savvy approach to his game prior to the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Read it here
LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP FROM THE GREATEST GAME OF THEM ALL Lesson #1: WHEN THINGS GO AWRY CHECK YOUR FUNDAMENTALS Tournament Golf like business is a dynamic and volatile affair and change is probably the only constant in the game. For that reason trends, both good and bad, up or down are the ord
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In this video I share a few tips on how to set up with proper posture on all greenside pitch and chip shots. Posture which will help to promote a descending strike and crisp contact.
  • Tags: Descending strike, Golf, Greenside, Mark Immelman, Pitch Shot, Posture,
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An excerpt from an upcoming iBook - Hitting the Driver with Power and Accuracy. Let’s address a couple of principles that will help to garner a bit more power and control of this vexing and intriguing golf club: Principle #1: Make Square Contact with the Ball. Your first task in your journ
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“Golf is a Game of Recovery.” Legend has it that that my hero, Robert Tyre Jones Jr. (Bobby), got this valuable lesson from the great Walter Hagen after a head-to-head match in Jones’ fledgling career. I will summarize as accurately as possible the story, as it has had a very real influenc
  • Tags: Bob Jones, Golf, Grand Slam, Impregnable Quadrilateral, OB Keeler, Walter Hagen,
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What you can learn from the play at The WGC – Bridgestone Invitational: The South Course at Firestone CC in Akron played host to The WGC – Bridgestone Invitational this week and the venerable venue produced one of 2012’s most shocking finishes. After rounds of 63, 66, and 70 Jim Furyk led
  • Tags: Firestone CC, Jim Furyk, Keegan Bradley, Louis Oosthuizen, PGA TOUR, WGC - Bridgestone Invitational,
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What you can learn from the play at The Open Championship: The Open Championship is always a special week for the competitors and the fans. This week golf’s oldest championship took the competitors to Royal Lytham and St. Annes golf links in the quaint seaside town of Lytham and St. Annes on the
  • Tags: Adam Scott, Brandt Snedeker, Ernie Els, Gary Williams, Graeme McDowell, pot bunkers, Royal Lytham and St Annes, The Open, Tiger Woods,
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What you can learn from Zach Johnson and Steve Stricker at The John Deere Classic: The John Deere Classic at The TPC Deer Run has been owned by Steve Stricker over the last three years. Three times a champion, the likeable Wisconsin native may very likely have considered relocation to Silvis
  • Tags: Fairway bunker, Golf Tips, John Deere Classic, PGA TOUR, Silvis IL, Steve Stricker, Sudden death playoff, Troy Matteson, Wedge, Zach Johnson,
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