The Golf Blog
The rules of golf are relatively simple once you know them, but they take a while to explain. If you are not even sure of the basics, read this: the object of the game is to hit your ball from the start (tee) of each of the 18 sections of the course (holes) into the hole itself. The hole is situated on a particularly short and well-maintained piece of grass (the green), and once you are on the green you must use a putter (a club with a slab-like end) instead of a normal golf club.
The game of golf is truly an individual sport. The basics are the same for everyone; however, due to the differences in peoples body types no two people will ever have the same golf swing. Each person will have to adapt their bodies to perform a proper golf swing in their own way.
How to cure a golf slice is something that a LOT of golfer wish they knew how to do, it can affect a huge part of your game and really make it a lot harder for you to play your best, in fact, if you are slicing the ball with your swing then you are not playing your best. In this article, I am going to share with you some points that I think you should know about and think about when it comes to curing a golf slice.
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We're not just saying that, they have been reigning champions of the "worlds best driver" since 2005!
TaylorMade Golf Company is an American manufacturer of golf clubs, bags and accessories based in Carlsbad, California, United States.
First off, a BIG Thank You to the other First Tee Sponsors who made it happen:
Chevron, who set up an amazing STEM x golf laboratory for the children to enjoy and provided lunch.