Author: Aaron

Christian, former professional golfer, designer and lover of the game.

The Best Push Golf Cart 2022

After years of carrying my golf bag around the golf course, I decided to buy a push cart in 2020. Thinking one needed to reach a certain age to use a push cart, I only wish I had purchased one sooner! I would often rent a push or pull cart on occasion from different courses …

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Being Hopelessly Optimistic on the Golf Course

During the third round of the RBC Heritage, Jonathan Byrd stood on the par 4, 8th tee at -2 for the tournament, hit some trees with his tee ball, and ended up left out of bounds. He re-teed, and hit another ball out of bounds, right. His third drive ended up in the fairway. Byrd …

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Who Will Win the 2022 Masters?

The Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia is taking place April 7-10. Unlike last years event, the 2022 edition will open its gates to as many patrons as possible. Again, likely to miss this years tournament is 2019 champion, Tiger Woods – who is still recovering from his freak auto accident in early 2021. Woods …

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A Key to Hitting the Golf Ball More Consistently

Awhile ago, I received a virtual golf lesson from a former PGA Tour player who regularly offers tips online. Having played competitively and professionally for a stint, I was curious to understand what someone of his stature might see in my swing. At the time I was struggling with consistency in my swing. I would …

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Is It Legal to Use a Shadow to Line Up Putts?

During the second round of the WM Phoenix Open, Xander Schauffele had a par putt to hole on the par 4, 11th. While he and his caddy, Tech, looked over the putt from all angles, Tech went near the hole and used his shadow to draw an imaginary line from the ball to the hole. …

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5 Must-Read Golf Books

There’s nothing like a good golf book to stoke the desire and interest in the game. I started reading golf books shortly after I took up the game around age 13. I read fictional novels to instructional gems. Harvey Penick to Jack Nicklaus. I always came away with a greater appreciation and love for golf. …

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Taste of the Masters Review

Is there any golf event that conjures up more raw emotions than the Masters? I’ve been watching the event since I started golfing around the age of 13. Many of my memories revolve around watching the event with my father, who also loved the game. What’s special about the Masters is all the things unique …

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How to Develop a Body-Led Swing

One of the real struggles for golfers is to swing the golf club using bigger muscles. In an attempt to steer or guide the golf ball, we often resort to getting overly active with our hands and/or arms in the swing. Unless we have impeccable timing, this will lead to poor golf shots. A great …

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Continuous Motion Drill For Better Swings

I’m often amazed sometimes how we all complicate an athletic move like the golf swing. In a attempt to get better, we’ll sometimes over-analyze the golf swing and end up getting worse. I’m a big believer in simplifying things. How can I get to the root of my own swing flaws without getting too technical? …

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Is It Better to Putt While Looking at the Hole?

I recently stumbled upon a tweet by Lou Stagner (Golf Stat Pro) about a video from sports biomechanics professor, Sasho MacKenzie on putting. In the video, MacKenzie is giving a talk to the Metropolitan PGA Section about “eyes up” (or heads up) putting. I’ll admit – staring at the hole while putting is something that …

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