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Choose The Right Golf Ball To Improve Your Golf Game

The earliest golf balls have been traced to late 18th century and were made of wood in Scotland. They were very susceptible to the elements and ended up with cracks. Early 19th century saw the advent of the feathery ball, made of leather and stuffed tight with feathers. This ball became very popular until the "guttie" made its entry, made of solid gutta-percha rubber. It was more durable and had stronger resistance to the elements. A lot of science has gone into designing a modern golf ball sin........ Read More

Golf Ball Retriever: The Tool For Every Golfer

A golf ball retriever is a tool that every golfer should have to eliminate the need to bend and stoop to locate your ball. While a golf ball retriever is actually very simple, it is a tool that can make your golf game much more fun, much easier, cleaner, and simply more enjoyable. When those that are new to golfing hear of such a contraption they tend to snicker and wonder why in the world they would ever need a ball retriever. After just a few games most golfers have a new understanding and ........ Read More

Golf Balls: What Type Should You Buy?

Have you ever walked into your local golf store or a nearby Dick's Sporting Goods store to get some golf balls? It may seem like the easiest task at hand as you walk from your car, through the parking lot, and into the store. You're just there to pick up some good old golf balls for your game later that evening. You pass a nice looking golf shirt, some golf shoes, and then you see them. You stop dead in your tracks. The shelves... upon shelves... upon shelves of golf balls seem to stare blank........ Read More

Strengthen Your Core For Golf Using A Fitness Ball?

Some call it a Swiss Ball, some call it a fitness ball, others use the more modern term ‘stability ball.’ Whatever you call it, the stability ball has been used in exercise and rehabilitation for years and has recently been adopted by personal trainers and fitness instructors for use in strength training and muscle development, especially when it comes to exercises designed to strengthen the core muscles. The American Council on Exercise (ACE) says that core strength is important because th........ Read More

Essential Golf Ball Control

The Best of the Best, Pro Golf Guide Golf is one of the misunderstood sports out there in the land of the competitive. Despite the opinions of non golfers whose greatest exposure to golf is during a rousing hour of channel surfing, golf is a sport of grace, quiet competition, respect, honor, and of course, well honed skill. Whether you are just beginning your golfing career or have been hauling all over the back nine since I was knee high to a grasshopper, there is always room for improvem........ Read More

What's In A Golf Ball?

In the chemistry of air pressure, turbulence, and aerodynamics, surface structures are vital physical element. History has it that there are things that seem to be peculiar on their make-up hundreds of years ago which eventually came up with a better composition based on scientific research. And a golf ball is the best paradigm of this theoretical stand in history. During the earliest days of golf on the eastern coast of Scotland, most players used ancient apparatus in order to play the gam........ Read More

Ballyliffin Golf Club's History Of Success And Failures

Ireland is a bastion of golf course, whether be it parkland or links courses, and they have more than enough for its 4 million population to accommodate many other golfers from all over the world. Blessed with beautiful land and scenic views, vacation golf spots in Ireland are a definite must-play and should provide a wondrous time whether you are just a beginner or a seasoned golfer. To those who have already gone and played at the Ballyliffin Golf Club, they have been blessed of having ........ Read More

The Golf Ball; Golf’s Best Accessory

Golf is an expensive game, especially when you are first getting started. New clubs, a golf bag, and even “proper attire” all add up to a significant expense. But as expensive as those items can be, they can last for years without need for replacement. But there is a reoccurring expense in golf that can not be avoided, and that is the price of new golf balls. All golfers know what it is like to watch one of our golf balls soar into a water hazard, or get lost in the woods. Tall grass, nas........ Read More

Golf Ball Logos

Logo golf balls are considered the true ambassador to the game of golf. They occupy approximately twenty percent of the golf ball business today and are mainly used for corporate branding. It is through logo golf balls that you build and maintain successful business relationships with your customers, employees, suppliers, and the millions of people who enjoy the game of golf. The printing of the logo on the golf ball is done by the respective golf ball companies using state-of-the-art equipme........ Read More

Ballyliffin Golf Club's History Of Success And Failures

Ireland is a bastion of golf course, whether be it parkland or links courses, and they have more than enough for its 4 million population to accommodate many other golfers from all over the world. Blessed with beautiful land and scenic views, vacation golf spots in Ireland are a definite must-play and should provide a wondrous time whether you are just a beginner or a seasoned golfer. To those who have already gone and played at the Ballyliffin Golf Club, they have been blessed of having a ch........ Read More

Golf Equipment – More Than Just Balls And Clubs

While golf clubs and golf balls are an essential part of a golfers equipment, there are other things that are important too. A serious golfer needs some other tools in his arsenal to ensure that he has a great golfing experience, and to make sure that his game is at its best at all times. The list of tools is massive, but some of the most important ones include markers, score keeping devices, and golf clothing. Everyone Needs Golf Markers When putting on the green there are certain rul........ Read More

Golf Instruction For Pitching The Golf Ball

Copyright 2006 David Nevogt My name is Bobby Eldridge with the PurePoint Golf Academy. Today, I wanted to talk about pitch shots and more specifically, pitching the golf ball with loft. The most common golf instruction problem I’ve seen is when a golfer tops the ball over the green when pitching. Well, I have a great golf instruction tip for you today. Are you ready? The reason that you struggle when you pitch is because the golf club swings down in the downswing, and just before it gets t........ Read More

Golf Ball Divers

The sixty footer The company I was contracting for had warned me that the lakes on this course were a little darker and deeper than most, since they had made the lakes from the sand dredging process for the construction of the surrounding retirement community. I arrive at the course a little apprehensive since I had never dove for balls in extremely deep lakes. I entered my first lake, it wasn't so bad only fifteen foot deep or so. The water was very dark like I was warned. The lake was also f........ Read More

Golf Ball

Casual golfers don’t give a lot of thought to choosing the right golf ball. They think of the golf ball as simply a tool that really isn’t important. After all, you’re just whacking it around the course, right? Wrong! Having the right golf ball can gain you distance in your drives, make it easier to pull off finesse shots, and so much more! Basically, there are three types of balls: balata, two-piece, or a combination of both. Golf balls are constructed with three types of pur........ Read More

The Basics Of Ball Position And Golf Swing

If you want to make a great shot, you have to have it all set up just right. The alignment of your shot is just as important as the power of your swing. The ball position is a really important part of getting set up to make your shot. The basics of ball position in your golf swing are as follows: - Short irons: If you're going to use a wedge, 9-iron or 8-iron, you should put the ball right in front of you, as close to halfway between your feet as possible. The idea is that, in order to mak........ Read More


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