Category Archives: Course Management

Three Dimensional Problems in Golf: What Is a Golf Swing? (Lesson 8, Part 1)

Three Dimensional Problems in Golf: What Is a Golf Swing? (Lesson 8, Part 1). Advertisements

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Heard at the Turn: When Rough was rough

Graeme McDowell has described the last four holes at Merion as “brutal.”  A picture of the 18th suggests that the rain this week won’t be softening the greens but thickening the rough.  Trevino had his fun with the thick rough … Continue reading

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Heard at the Turn: Lee Trevino on Merion and Jack, 1971 US Open

Get ready for a great US Open at Merion. An interview you don’t want to miss.

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Power: Its Two Critical Elements (Lesson 6, Part 3)

Power: Its Two Critical Elements (Lesson 6, Part 3).

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In memoriam: Ken Venturi

In honor of Mr. Venturi, I have found this montage of slow motion swings, which includes him, Palmer, Player, and Byron Nelson — in the days where slow motion meant the swing looked like it was slow. Several years ago, … Continue reading

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Getting the Ball to the Hole: To Die or Drive on By (Lesson 3, Part 6A)

Getting the Ball to the Hole: To Die or Drive on By (Lesson 3, Part 6A).

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Getting the Ball to the Hole: Lip Outs (The Faster You Putt, the Smaller the Hole)

Getting the Ball to the Hole: Lip Outs (The Faster You Putt, the Smaller the Hole).

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