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If I Can’t Draw a Driver, Should I Use a Regular or Women’s Shaft?

I am one of the few people that can admit they cannot hit a draw with a stiff shaft on a driver. I am not proud. I gladly play with a women’s driver and shoot in the 70s. I tried my damndest to figure out how to hit a draw with a stiff shafted driver and it would never turn over. One day, I was playing with a lovely young lady and decided to hit her driver. It was a nice five yard draw that went a mile. I was convinced.

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Why Are My Irons Off the Toe and to the Right?

Time and again I fight the battle of the toed iron that squirts right. This is something I have fought for several months and keeps coming back. Unfortunately, it looks like an issue I will continue to have moving forward. That said, have the “toe ball” that pushes right is much better than having the hosel rocket that quickly turns into the “s” word. We won’t talk about that.

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How Far Should My 60 Degree Wedge Go?

This is a question I get asked all the time by those first picking up the game of golf. Sadly, almost all new golfers want to hit the ball further rather than more accurate. They want to be able to hit a 60 degree wedge 125 yards like some of the pros. This is not ideal. You will want to hit your 60 degree wedge between 75 and 90 yards to score well. If you are hitting it over 100 yards you are swinging too hard. Here is a great 60 degree wedge if you want to upgrade to get the most optimal distance and spin.

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Paige Spiranac Chive Golf Swing After Interview

Yeah, who would have ever guessed this young woman would get popular. Interestingly, she tee’d it up out of the high grass in front of The Chive headquarters. You must listen to the interview, it is fantastic.

Chris Paul’s Driver Golf Swing

Well, this looks all too familiar. Let’s compare Chris Paul (CP3) and Jesse Wojdylo:

Now on the tee at the @wyndhamchamp: @cp3.

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We both take it back about three quarters of the way and follow through a little bit off balance. Hell, you would think we were brothers. Maybe I need to get out on the course with one of the best point guards in the NBA.

Mark Thomas (NC State) Golf Swing

So, over the last several months I have become good friends with former radio personality and NFL tight end Mark Thomas. The first time I played with Mark I saw him hit a 325 yard bomb off the first tee at Heritage Golf Course. Since then I have seen him drill some drives that easily went over 400 yards (wind aided). Anyone that thinks an amateur cannot consistently hit a 300 yard drive in the fairway has never seen Mark Thomas play. Here are a handful of his swings;

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How to Stop the Shanks with Weight Distribution

While I had one of my best months of golf ever in July 2015 (five eagles and a hole in one) I knew it was going to come to a screeching halt soon enough. It did with a back nine of shanks a few Sundays ago. Anyone that has had the “s” word knows how mentally debilitating it can be. You have absolutely no confidence at impact and it makes it nearly impossible to get the ball out of the rough. Even though I had the dreaded shanks I still shot an 86 but it was because of putting and chipping. So, to remedy these problem I quickly went to the driving range.

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Why Tiger Woods’ Alignment is Wrong

Today, at the Quicken Loans National Tiger Woods was set up left on a par 3 that begged for a soft draw off a hill to the right side of the green. Ian Baker Finch, Peter Kostis and Nick Faldo were all in awe of the fact that he was lining himself up so left. Well, coming from someone that used to hit a power fade on every single shot I can tell you that you just get accustomed to lining up this way. This is me two years ago:

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Best Golf Gif Ever

Hands down.

Paige Renee Spiranac.

Do I Need a Full Swing Driver to Shoot in the 70s?

Absolutely not. Below you will see my driver swing and I shot a 75 just the other day.

The most important thing with a driver is to keep it in play and hit the ball on the center of the club face. One of the great things about making your driver swing shorter is you are not going to have as much of a hook or slice swing. Even if you do hook or slice the ball it will likely remain in play.

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