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We need your help finding the best clubfitters

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

If you've been heeding the advice of our equipment editors, you've most certainly been fit for your clubs. It has been the long held opinion of not just us but every corner of the industry...

This is (sort of) what Chris Como and Tiger Woods are working on

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

In the golf world's version of a Supreme Court justice confirmation hearing, we're diving deep into the stacks to find anything we can about Chris Como, Tiger Woods' new coach.Como is a relatively new name,...

Uh-oh: what's that white stuff on my golf course?

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

There wasn’t much snow to begin with, and most of what there was melted quickly, but Gary, our terrific superintendent, closed the course temporarily, because it was so cold that the remaining snow and frost...

The Grind: Letters from Tiger, boxes of cash, and Holly's latest photo shoot

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we are still waiting to receive an angry letter from Tiger Woods. Has he not seen what we've been writing about his jeans for the past year?...

How She Hit That: Lydia Ko's $1.5 million precision

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

The LPGA's youngest multi-millionaire doesn't win by overpowering a golf course with raw speed.Instead of a sledgehammer, Lydia Ko uses a scalpel. At the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship, the 17-year-old from New Zealand wore...

Why golfers need to rearrange when they serve their Thanksgiving meals this year

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

For most American sports fans, Thanksgiving typically consists of oversize helpings of turkey and football, the consumption of the latter frequently determining when the former actually gets served. Now golf fans will have another...

A golf bag that makes it easy to take your tunes to the course

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

Orlimar's new line of Ojam golf bags makes it easy to take your tunes with you on the course. The company is offering three bags -- Vibe and Pulse (above) carry bags and the...

What Odell Beckham Jr.'s circus catch has to do with a Ben Hogan golf tip

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

Social media exploded on Sunday night thanks to Odell Beckham Jr.'s circus catch in the second quarter of the Giants-Cowboys game. The NFL rookie hauled in a leaping one-handed grab for a touchdown (while drawing...

Rory McIlroy had ONE bad week the entire 2013-14 golf season and it wasn't even all his fault

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

Rory McIlroy has always been labeled a streaky golfer. The difference now is that instead of alternating between good and bad performances he only seems to fluctuate between good and great. McIlroy, 25, wrapped up...

Rosaforte: Tiger's new swing consultant, Chris Como, 'not a method teacher'

26 Nov 2014 02:37:49 Z

This story comes from the Nov. 24 issue of Golf World: There is still a dent in the ceiling at the Westlake Golf Course golf shop that Chris Como left when he was swinging a...

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Everyone will answer the proposed question with a different answer and express a personal view on why and how golf should be played.  Some players are more serious, some are more scientific and some play for business and/or social reasons.  All responses are correct and share one common goal… everyone is striving to get better.

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  • Nancy Wolcott first ACE!! Posted last month
    Nancy Wolcott first ace at the Ausanble Club.  Congratulations Nancy
  • Keeping thoughts simple Posted last month
    Bob Wagner is one of my students that has made unbelievable improvements the last couple of years.  2 days ago, Bob was on the range struggling, I could see it in his body language from a distance.  He came over and said can you take a quick look.  Very easy to see he was using hardly any body and all arms.  Made a couple small adjustments and received this text message today. Mark,  One under 71 yesterday at Philly cricket militia hill (new course)   Got my distance and draw back. Unbelievable.  Just keeping right hip back  Sometimes you just have to go back to basics and simple thoughts.  Good players never lose there swing, we just get a little out of sorts.  
  • Susan Selverian Personal best Posted last month
    I received this email yesterday and was so proud of this young lady.  Susan Selverian has worked very hard to make some necessary changes to her swing.  She put the time in and now its paying off.  Susan text message was, "Ghin revisions out today.. all time personal best @ 13.6!!!" Great job Susan and keep up the great work 
  • Message From Stuart Mosebey Posted 3 months ago
    I shot my first ever under par (35) 9 holes!!! My swing is slowly getting better... Just trying to improve at the things we have been working on. I know you are busy, but I wanted to share with you since you are the reason I was able to do it. I will keep working at this and will let you know when I finally break 80. Hope all is well!
  • Jackie with her first AJGA win Posted 3 months ago
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