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Improve your swing: how to avoid slicing the ball with PGA Master Professional Dennis Clark

Improve your swing: how to avoid slicing the ball with PGA Master Professional Dennis Clark

I’ve got a fantastic opportunity for you today if you’re looking for golf tips – an exclusive golf lesson from PGA Master Professional, Dennis Clark. His golf academy has been helping golfers in America for years, and now he’s teamed up with Birdieable to help you (and me!) with one […]

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Whatever happened to David Duval?

Whatever happened to David Duval?

There was a time when David Duval was the best golfer on the planet. A time when he was, realistically, the only person who you could count on to challenge Tiger Woods. A time when every shot he played seemed destined to be great. Between October 1997 and April 1999, […]

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10 Of The Best Golf YouTube Channels You Can Watch Right Now

10 Of The Best Golf YouTube Channels You Can Watch Right Now

A few weeks ago now, I went through some of the best golf blogs online and what makes them so good. There’s not much I love more than catching up on great golf content, and there are some truly fantastic blogs out there to get your daily fix. But sometimes […]

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Bogeys across America: an interview with the Golf Nomad

Bogeys across America: an interview with the Golf Nomad

We all know America is home to some fantastic golf courses – from the idyllic seaside greens of California to the scorching fairways of the desert and the finely manicured courses in New York.  It’s such a rich and varied country, the states so vast, that even golf courses within […]

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4,500 ft high: the world’s hardest golf hole?

4,500 ft high: the world’s hardest golf hole?

See that green? Reckon you could hit it? Yeah, me neither… Click to Tweet In recent weeks, we’ve covered some of the lovely courses played during the Solheim Cup and Walker Cup, and posted a feature delving into some of the best James Braid golf courses, which you can find […]

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From hand-carved lumps of wood to expertly crafted tools: a history of the golf club

From hand-carved lumps of wood to expertly crafted tools: a history of the golf club

  Winston Churchill once said, “Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an ever smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose.” Well, if he could see today’s golf clubs, he might want to rephrase that a little bit. I’ve covered some […]

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How to improve your golf game using deliberate practice

How to improve your golf game using deliberate practice

  So you want to get better at golf, but you don’t have the time to practice? You’re working too much and not playing often enough? You worry you’ll never be able to get any better? Well let me introduce you to something that could change the way you play […]

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Interview with golf author Byron Kalies

Interview with golf author Byron Kalies

  A few weeks ago, I put together a list of the best golf blogs you can find online, and one of them was a the website of golf author and indeed golfing author Byron Kalies – who has written for a number of publications including Golf International and Cambria […]

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