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Garrison’s Lake Golf Club

After talking with my buddy Mark we decided we wanted to try somewhere new, so I headed over to Golfnow.com, and found Garrisons Lake in Smyrna Delaware. I have never played golf in Delaware. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Twin Shields Golf Club

I thought this week was going to pass without playing, but Sunday morning my Uncle called and had a spot open for a golf tournament being held at Twin Shields Golf Club in Dunkirk, Maryland. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 2.5/5 (6 votes cast)

Queenstown Harbor – The Lakes

On Monday, April 16, I played Queenstown Harbor - The Lakes, located in Queenstown, Maryland on Maryland's Eastern Shore. I have played this course more than any other course I have played but continue to come back to it. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 5.0/5 (2 votes cast)

Swing into Spring

Like many golfers, you’re probably enjoying the spring weather and celebrating the game of golf with the first Major of the year. And, like most, your friendly foursomes will start booking regular tee times on the weekends. For 2012, let’s look at ways for you to become the “A” player in your group, or at least move up from the “D” position! Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Easton Club

The Easton Club, in Easton Maryland, has recently changed ownership and I had heard great things so I decided to play it and catch up with an old friend. When I woke up and looked outside, I just had a feeling it wasn't going to be a successful day. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 3.0/5 (1 vote cast)

Hit Your Target

Let’s face it, while we’d all like to shoot lower scores, there’s a lot more going on in each round than simply posting a score. In fact, for most golfers, success can, and should, be measured in ways that aren’t score-centric. If you can set fun, achievable goals for yourself, you’ll not only get the improvement you want, but also keep a smile on your face throughout the year. Talk to your Coach about some goals that fit your improvement plans for 2012. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Antifreeze your Game

Now is the time to make both major and minor swing changes. GolfTEC Coaches say the most difficult aspects of the swing to correct are downswing and impact position. These are also two aspects that directly affect ball flight. Working with your Coach over the winter months will mean you’re ready to hit the course with your swing in top condition when the weather warms. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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IT’S IN THE HOLE! THREE EASY WAYS TO SAVE PAR

Closing each hole with a solid short game is what makes the difference between shooting a career round and needing a drink at the 19th hole. Many golfers choose to use one club for all of their shots around the green, usually a high-loft club like a lob wedge. But, the best short game play comes from first deciding on the type of shot needed (chip, pitch or flop) and then using the right club to execute that shot. Keep in mind that the lob wedge will require a larger swing due to having the most loft, which makes it the most difficult to control around the green. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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SHOT MAKERS

Seve Ballesteros left us with a legacy of miraculous shots and exciting play. He was one of the greatest shot shapers ever and videos of him hitting shots from between cars and getting out of impossible lies still are watched on YouTube. Read More... Amateur players dream of hitting shots like Tiger’s at Pebble Beach or Bubba’s driver off the deck. And in the middle of the season, it’s fun to get out and practice these shot shapes just in case you need to make the magic happen during your regular Sunday tee time. To honor Seve and the Tour players who can shape shots through trees, over the water and hit off of pine straw, we’ve highlighted four of the most famous instances of shot shaping and included tips for how you can try to hit a shot like Phil.Check Out the Full Review Here
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