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I often struggle in this part of the game. There are countless times I complete my shot only to say to myself "you weren't committed". For all of us I am sure, there are many things that pass through our minds when contemplating the strategy for the upcoming shot. Everything from the wind and what that is doing, to the lie to the distance to the hole and what club to use. For me it comes down to the indecisiveness on shot selection. All of us face this, but the better golfers somehow seem to be able to make a...

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Over the years I have been shown and taught a couple different ways of repairing ball marks on Greens. It wasn't until recently that through conversation with some curators that I and many others were very wrong in how we repaired Greens. They told me that repairing ball marks is one of the single most time consuming activities he and his staff had to fix daily. They would spend hours fixing up damage done by players who either made no effort to repair the ball mark or by those who failed to fix it correctly. Apparently the difference between grass...

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For those who have been playing golf long enough or those who have played enough rounds to notice that the wedges and maybe with more reference to the Wedge you use to escape from bunkers might be looking a little average.  The image below is classic of probably what sits in a lot of bags around the world. Now whilst it may seem that shots still go in the air nicely and play from bunkers seems to be going ok for you as well, the reality is the performance of the old gem isn't what is was. As you can...

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