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Don’t Aim For The Apex!!!

Don’t Aim For The Apex!!!

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. This is the starting line for my putt, and I’m sticking to it…maybe…possibly…now I’m not sure…in today’s video don’t aim for the apex. I think that when we’re reading our putts, a lot of us find the high spot of the putt, where it’s going to break…the apex […]

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Save Your Round with the Knock Down

Save Your Round with the Knock Down

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. You’ve had that round. I’ve had that round. The pros have had that round. How do you save that round before you get the urge to snap every club in your bag…in today’s video, you can save your round with the knockdown. Your blood is pumping, and your […]

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Wide Narrow Wide

Wide Narrow Wide

Wide – Narrow – Wide, three simple words can lead to booming drives consistently. Wide – Narrow – Wide Gene Parente from Golf Laboratories will walk us through this Wide – Narrow – Wide drill to easily achieve this swing concept. Master it, and you’ll experience less casting, greater lag, and a killer follow-through when […]

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Dealing with Loose Impediments

Dealing with Loose Impediments

USGA Rule 15 addresses dealing with “loose impediments” and is one of the most frequently used rules in our rural game. And it is one of the rules that has undergone a substantial change with the revision of the rules, which came into force in 2019. But let’s take things one at a time. Dealing […]

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Golf Rules 2019 – What’s new with accidental mishits?

Golf Rules 2019 – What’s new with accidental mishits?

Golf Rules New with Accidental Mishits Ball hits the player or equipment (Rule 11) Previously, a penalty stroke was incurred if the player hit himself or his own equipment. Now, this is without penalty provided it happened accidentally. Good to know: You are therefore not allowed to use your equipment or your foot as a […]

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Golf Rules 2019 – What’s new with Retrieving your ball?

Golf Rules 2019 – What’s new with Retrieving your ball?

Golf Rules New with Retrieving your Ball Search time (Rule 18) Previously, five minutes were available for finding a lost ball. Now, the maximum search time is only three minutes. Good to know: Most balls were previously found within three minutes, and searching during the last two minutes was often unsuccessful – it is not […]

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Golf Rules 2019 – What’s new in the penalty areas?

Golf Rules 2019 – What’s new in the penalty areas?

Golf Rules New in the Penalty Area Penalty areas (Definition) Previously, water hazards could only be marked as such if they actually contained water. Now, water hazards are called penalty areas and no longer have to contain water. Good to know: This means that golf clubs are free to mark other parts of the course […]

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