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Next time you get into some tree trouble, try this fail-proof method. It’s easier than a traditional punch shot, and needs less practice. The post Use this fail-proof recovery shot next time you get into trouble appeared first on Golf.
A real-life example for you this week – one I actually had to rule on in a recent competition. A player found his ball next to a staked tree, which is classed in my club’s local rules as an abnormal course condition and, specifically, an immovable obstruction. The player indicated he would take relief under […] The post Rules of Golf explained: Do I need to mark my ball when taking relief? appeared first on National Club Golfer.
Billy Harmon has spent a lifetime coaching golf and caddying on Tour. CH3's 'favorite uncle' shares a lesson he learned from Claude Sr, Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott. The post Off Course with Claude Harmon: The 3 different kinds of shots in golf appeared first on Golf.
Viktor Hovland shows GOLF senior writer Josh Sens the right methods and key tips to escape any bunker with ease. The post Pros Teaching Joes: Viktor Hovland’s bunker-game tips appeared first on Golf.
Gillette allows you to stay prepared for whatever comes in life, keeps you dry, allows you to stay fresh until that 72 holes is up, allows people to focus on their lives without the stress of potentially sweating — just like caddies help pros focus on their golf rounds – and continues to deliver on […]
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In golf, bunkers (colloquially called sand traps) are part of the game. Learning to play from a bunker is an important skill, and making sand saves is a good indication of that skill. What is a 'sand save' in golf? In golf, a player makes a sand save when a player's ball winds up in […]