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How To Identify The Cause of Slicing The Ball | Grant Waite and Joseph Mayo [VIDEO] #Slice

11/02/2013 Hi, my name is Joseph Mayo, and I’m in beautiful Tampa, Florida with my teaching partner—long time PGA Tour player Grant Waite.  And in this short video clip, we’re going to describe to you what is causing that nasty slice.  Now Grant, we’ve all been told that the cause of a slice is an open club face; what would you say to that? Joe, that’s nowhere near descriptive or inclusive enough for our viewers to understand what causes a slice. Right, right, right.  So Grant, tell us basically—give us a quick rundown—of ball flight and what causes it....

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Speed Putting Drill – Cheryl Anderson [VIDEO] | #putting

10/19/2013 Speed Putting Drill – Understanding Lag Putting Putting accounts for the majority of the strokes taken during a given round.  So understanding when to have more or less speed on a putt can help you save strokes on your game.  In this video, former LPGA Teacher of the Year Cheryl Anderson gives us some simple–yet practical–tips on how to become a more effective putter. Hi, I’m Cheryl Anderson, and I’m the Director of Instruction at the Mike Bender Golf Acadamy here in Lake Mary, Florida.  So a lot of people spend a lot of time figuring out where...

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Product Review – The XCG6 Driver from Tour Edge Golf [VIDEO] #TourEdgeGolf

10/18/2013 Hey golfers, PGA Pro Todd Kolb here with a product review. Today I’m looking at the XCG6 Driver from Tour Edge Golf. Tour Edge Golf really made its mark on the PGA Tour and also on the consumer market initially with its hybrids. Now, they’ve made some great in-roads with their irons and putters and things like that, and with this new driver, I think they’re going to be doing the same thing. Now the first thing that I look for when I’m going to do an evaluation on a driver and think about putting it in my...

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Grand Falls Casino Golf Course Updates – Course Is Starting To Look Like a Golf Course (09/10/2013)

09/10/2013 Grand Falls Casino has taken an old field and molded it into what is beginning to look like a golf course.  With acres of sod already put into place and many more seeded, the course is starting to show passersby glimpses of how the finished product will look.  Five of the course’s holes now have greens, several tee boxes are finished, many bunkers are shaped and filled, and cart paths have been poured and set.   The waterfalls that will accentuate the 18th hole have also been brought back to life, with new pumps put in to keep the cascading waters...

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Golf Lessons: The Fundamentals of the Strong Grip | Waite Mayo Golf + VIDEO

09/08/2013 Hi everybody, my name is Joseph Mayo.  And I’m here with my teaching partner, long time PGA Tour player Grant Waite, and we’re at the beautiful Southern Hills Plantation course outside Tampa, Florida.  In this video, we’re going to discuss the strong grip, and the ramifications of using a strong grip.  Grant, define the strong grip, and tell us about it. Okay, so when I place my left hand on the club, if I’ve got my thumb running right down the center of that shaft, we’re going to say that’s at zero, or a very neutral condition.  As...

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A Brief History – Where, What, When – of the United States Open Golf Tournament

05/24/2013 In the middle of June, the best golfers in the United States will gather at Merion Golf Club in Pennsylvania to compete in one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world. The United States Open is a historic championship tournament, and this will mark the 113th year of the tournament. Before you start cheering on your favorite golfers, quietly of course, here is a little background information about this iconic tournament. What is the U.S. Open? The U.S. Open, also known as the United States Open Championship, is an annual tournament for the sport of golf....

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SwingByte: The “My Swing Data” Feature Review – Add The SwingByte To Your Game TODAY [+VIDEO]

Posted 04/30/2013 Ever been on the range in need of some data? Data helps golfers in a multitude of ways to help decipher ball flight, trajectory and distances. Sometimes reading the ball flight of a dinged up range ball isn’t enough to gain proper, accurate and complete information. Enter, the SwingByte II. The SwingByte offers a great feature for golfer called the “My Swing Data.” It allows golfers access to the basic information many PGA teaching professionals look for when conducting a lesson. Angle of the face at address, angle at impact, clubhead speed, launch angle and swing tempo only...

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Apology From The SDGA

A very unfortunate incident involving personal tweets from a staff member of the SDGA occurred at our Junior Championship. These tweets were inappropriate and hurtful to many for which I apologize for. The offensive tweets have been removed and we have reached out to all the individuals affected by these comments and apologized. I will ask our Board of Directors to help me draft and implement policy and procedures on the use of social media by our entire staff. I must admit this world of social media in which we live is very foreign to me. Unfortunately there isn’t...

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How To Play the Match Play Golf Format Video

In this video, PGA Professional Todd Kolb describes how to play the format in golf known as the ‘Match Play’ format. The Match Play format is one of the more common formats in all of golf, typically pitting two golfers against one another in a head-to-head match as opposing to players playing against the field. Instead of keeping score by recording numbers for each hole, the match play format keeps score with each hole worth 1. If a golfer wins a hole, they will take the lead by one – also called being 1 UP. It is a continual...

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How To Play the Golf Scramble Format Video

This is one of the most popular/common games played in golf. It is typically seen in Charity Events, Golf Association Events and other types of tournaments. The most common teams for a Scramble are 2-person or 4-person teams. In a 2 person scramble, sometimes USGA handicaps will be necessary and implemented, but in most 4-person scramble tournaments, handicaps are not used. This video, featuring PGA Professional Todd Kolb, shows how the Scramble Format is played. It is described in the 2-person format. All players on the team will tee off. After the tee shots, the most desirable shot is...

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