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Good Golf Putting Tips?

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Amateur golfers think that putting is hard, but keeping some secret putting tricks up one's sleeves makes it an easy job. If you think so to, all you have to do is talk with golf pro to get these terrible ideas raided to dust. It is never so easy. Working for the entire day on the green, calculating carefully and then making the strokes may seem very easy on T.V, but it is really very painstaking.

Just having a few secret tips on your fingers will never make you an ace golfer. These tips are not magical, but they are surely the guidelines that you need to follow while you are practicing so as to make your mark. These tips are given below:

* You will have to know what your right spot of putter is in order to hit great putts. You can do this by just hanging and swinging your putter from your hand. Keep your fingers loose, and with the other hand, take the ball while you start tapping your shoe with the putter. Then work your way to the centre. Only when you hit the ball, the face of the putter does not twist, will you know that this is the right spot of the putter for you.

* The next best putting tip is building a stable base and taking the right stance. A lot of golfers do not make the best putting shots because they have a problem at the roots: posture. In order to build the right base, you have to take the putting stance at the doorway, with your hips touching the door jam. When you take your stroke, your hips should move away from the door jam. This way you will have less movement in your lower part of the body, which should always be the case. This is a very good technique, and to follow it, you can practice it anywhere, be it in your office when your secretary will not intervene, or in your home when you are alone in your room.

* Another thing you can do instead of standing in the doorway is to get close to a wall. You should not be touching it, so when you are making your swing, your hips must not brush against the wall at all. Your head should be straight too, and you must not break this posture. If your head rocks, this means you are not doing it right and you can start all over again.

* There is no need to use the expensive training aids. These tips are very inexpensive, and you can follow them anytime anywhere. Use a flat three foot putt when you are practicing. Line the strips on the range balls so as to maintain a straight lien as you putt them to the hole. The line must not widen up or curve in when you are putting. If it does, this means that you are not dong it right. While putting, the line has got be straight and nothing else.

These methods will put your right on the top spot while you make your impressive shots on the green and then get applauded by the watching audience!

What is a Right Sided Swing??

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I have found some videos describing the Right sided swing and the differences to the Left sided swing (traditional swing). Many are unaware and some have misconceptions about it. Both types of swing are effective but I believe one makes more biomechanical sense than the other. There are a few videos in the series which I will upload over the next few days. If you are still unsure feel free to comment or take up the offer of the FREE swing analysis and see which one suits you! Many GR'ers are making the switch with some fantastic results. It takes a little getting use to but with some practice and commitment can transform your golf game. Hope you enjoy the videos. Feedback appreciated!!

You Have to Know About Your Tee Position

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Do you have big problems teeing off the ball? Have you ever considered how detrimental bad tee position can be? Sometimes, its not the swing that's the problem. Quite often it can be the position you tee the ball up. We are going to look at some of the damaging effects of this and what you can do to ensure a smooth ride off of any tee you play off.

With the driver you are looking to promote an ascending blow to the ball. Accordingly, you want to tee the ball up higher than you would for any other club. There is often debate about how high exactly but the orthodox method is to have half the ball above the top of the driver. Some will say that you should have the entire ball above the club - for this it would be worth experimenting at the range. Its possible that a higher position is worth an extra 20 yards. I'm sure you wouldn't turn that down!

The fairway woods are used in a similar way to the driver. The ball should be on the inside left heel and approximately half the ball should be showing. You may want to lower it slightly if you are using a hybrid or higher fairway wood.

The irons are different in that you are looking to hit the ball just before the low point of the swing. This is what is known as 'hitting down on the ball'. When you connect the club face angle takes care of the loft of the ball. So to ensure you are in the correct position let the design of the club guide you. When you approach the ball lay the club down as it was designed and have the butt of the club pointing toward your belly button. You should notice that the longer the club the further toward your inside left heel the ball should be. As a guide the ball should be in the centre of your stance for your wedges, an inch further forward for 5,6,7 and another inch or so on for the long irons.

For the more consistent and confident amongst you alter the angle of your shots by moving the ball in your stance. Move it further forward to get more height and further back for a lower trajectory. This is only recommended for more advanced players who are looking to be a bit more creative in shaping their tee shots. However, take note of this as it gives you a guide to the effect ball position has on the flight of the golf ball.

Your overall aim is to find a consistent tee height and position. It then naturally follows that your tee shots will be more consistent. Go through these tips and experiment at the range. With the tee height you can then go away and mark your tees up for each club so you don't have to fiddle around on the tee when you're playing for real. You will gain more confidence and the tee shot will become a much more pleasurable experience.

TaylorMade Golf sets for Ladies

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TaylorMade has become an expert in ladies Golf sets. These sets are eye catching, pleasing to use, and the round design gives the golf clubs a low center of gravity. Most women find that TaylorMade Golf sets offer them a nice fit and the balance point is located as far downward as possible allowing for nice long hits.

Ladies TaylorMade Golf Sets are made to reach further and the differences vary nicely depending on the wood or iron that is chosen from the set. There is no question that Ladies TaylorMade Golf sets are ideal for either the beginner or the professional woman golfer.

TaylorMade Golf Sets are varied and the type you choose will depend on what your swing is like and other variables like your experience, your height, and the type of golf course you play on. But before looking at any other brand look at the sets offered by TaylorMade Golf, a truly professional and experienced company when it comes to Golf equipment.

Woods, no obstacle ahead

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The number one ranked golf player Tiger Woods is ready to have his 16 states PGA Tour cup home. He's already put his stunning loss in the PGA Championship this month to Y.E. Yang behind him. The New Jersey Tour is undergoing.

"That night was tough, no doubt," Woods said of Aug. 16, when he was kept from a 15th major title by Yang. "It was disappointing that I didn't win, especially since I was hitting it so well on Sunday. But it's just like golf, you move on to the very next week, and I went home and took a few days off away from golf and didn't touch golf clubs after three straight weeks of playing golf just about every day."

The last major of the season was the third tournament in as many weeks for Woods. But the top seed in the playoffs and a five-time winner this year is refreshed and eager to go. Coming off reconstructive left knee surgery,Tiger Woods was mindful of his knee and purposely minimized his early season schedule to make sure he was fit for the end.

"It's worked," he said. "I feel great now. And that's the whole idea — to make sure that I was ready for this long haul at the end of the season."

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A golfer's lifelong ambition

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A golfer, now into his golden years, had a lifelong ambition to play the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Verde, Fla., exactly the way the pros do it.

The pros try to driver the ball out over the water onto the small green that is on a small spit of land. It was something the golfer had tried hundreds of times without success. His ball had always fallen short, into the water.

Because of this, he never used a new ball on this particular hole. He always picked out one that had a cut or a nick, as did many other “average” golfers when negotiating very challenging holes.Recently he went to Sawgrass to try again. When he came to the fateful hole, he teed up an old, cut ball as usual, and said a silent prayer.

However, before he could hit the ball, a powerful voice from above seemed to be booming out from the clouds, saying:“Wait! Replace that old ball with a brand new one.”
The golfer complied, with some slight misgivings, despite the fact that this same force seemed to be implying that he was going to finally achieve his lifelong ambition.
As he stepped up to the tee once more, the voice came down again:“Wait. Step back. Take a practice swing.”

So he stepped back and took a practice swing, certain now that this heavenly force was going to make his dream come true.

The voice boomed out again:“Take another practice swing.”

Dutifully, he did. He stopped expectantly and waited …A long silence followed …
Then the voice again:“Use the old ball.”