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Most golfers know, when you can’t keep your driver from slicing, it’s hard to shoot a decent score. Every hole becomes a recovery mission, and that can get old fast—real fast.  You might know that an open clubface is what causes the slice, but you might not know how to fix it or, even better,
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Often times on the PGA Tour, we see players allowed to lift, clean and place the ball on the fairway when a local rule is employed during wet conditions on the PGA Tour, which means conditions are ripe for tee shots that find the fairway to leave the ball with an extra passenger of dirt,
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With the Masters just two weeks away, Tiger Woods’ focus has shifted toward Augusta National. Part of the reason Woods has had so much success there is his ability to hit shots off uneven lies. With Augusta’s hilly terrain, players rarely have a completely flat lie. And typically speaking, the guys in contention are those
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Sergio’s never been one to speak technically about his swing, but we’ve managed to compile some tips from him over the years. Here are what we deem the six most valuable. Check them out and see if you can apply them to your game: When you’re putting, don’t overthink it. As evidenced by his unorthodox
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When you beat Winged Foot into submission with 375-yard tee shots like Bryson DeChambeau did, it’s easy to overlook some of the more subtle skills he brings to the table, like putting. DeChambeau ranked 18th in strokes gained/putting for the week, and in the recently completed 2019-‘20 season, DeChambeau ranked 10th on tour in that
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