Featured Course - Eagle's Pointe Golf Club
Is Softer Better When IT Come To Golf Balls?
Chrome Soft is the only ball that has the new proprietary SoftFast Core
with low compression and the Tour Urethane cover. This leads to low spin
off the tee for incredible ball speed and distance, a low 65 compression
to compress the ball on iron shots for incredibly soft feel, and
excellent control for aggressive shots into the green
The Proper Setup When Using Your Driver
by Brad Brewer
Nowadays everyone is looking for more distance off the tee, however
many players have a tendency to want to reach when they get into the setup
position. When a player does this they end up pulling the club inside on
their take away, with negative results. The proper address for hitting
longer drives is to have your arms connected with upper body, as I
demonstrate in this video tip.
Strength Plus Speed Equals More Power
by Mindi Boysen
Strength plus speed equals power in the golf game. Often players
who are born with strength, tend to work on that part of their
game, while players who have speed tend to work that aspect of
their game. The reason being; there is a comfort level. However,
if you truly want to add more power and distance to your game
you need to develop both speed and strength for a more powerful
Salish Cliffs Shines For 2015
Salish Cliffs Golf Club – the award-winning amenity course at
Little Creek Casino Resort – soared 12 spots in Golfweek’s “Best
Resort Courses” rankings, rising to No. 43 on the annual top-100
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Drive For Show Ball Marking Stencil From Tin Cup
You know that old saying; drive for show and putt for dough.
Well, maybe you're not the longest off the tee in your foresome, but you can
certainly be the slickest when it comes to your golf ball.
The 19th Hole
Stacy Lewis Wins Rolex Player of the Year Award
Lewis swept three prestigious LPGA awards including the Rolex Player
of the Year Award,
the Vare Trophy for lowest scoring average and the official money
title, becoming the first American to do so since Betsy King won
them all in 1993. Lewis won three LPGA titles in 2014. This is the
second Rolex Player of the Year Award for Lewis who also won the
award in 2012.