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By M.L. Rose It’s important that the club head lags behind your hands on the downswing. This hand position allows the clubhead to compress the ball, according to golf instructor Rob Akins. He recommends that golfers focus on keeping their hands in front of the club head through and past the impact zone. Many golfers…

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BY: KELLIE STENZEL, TOP 100 TEACHER  Maintain the triangle formed by your shoulders and arms at address throughout your motion. The club will hug the ground and catch every chip super-crisp. One of the most efficient ways to lower your golf scores is to improve your short game. A combination of good technique, proper shot selection,…

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October 23rd 4-8pm Golf San Pedro Range Callaway Fitting & Wedge Clinic JUST for the LADIES! Register/Pay for an hour long wedge clinic and receive a new Callaway Mack Daddy CB Wedge! Limited to 10 spots. Wedge Clinic at 6pm Wedge Clinic – Register Here Get a professional fitting from Callaway on the latest clubs…

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By Daniel Rapaport Tour pros take in a great deal of information before hitting a shot into a par 3. What’s the raw yardage to the flag, the front of the green, and the back? Is it playing uphill or downhill, and how much? How much room do I have between the pin and the edge…

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s golfers, a small amount of our time and attention can go a long way in helping to maintain high-quality playing conditions on the courses we play. Repairing ball marks on the putting greens is an easy way to make a positive impact, but the importance of ball mark repair and the proper tools and technique are often misunderstood. Here are five…

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Cedar Creek Golf Course

Hitting a golf ball straight is not easy. In fact, a “USA Today” article once listed hitting a long, straight tee shot as one of the most difficult tasks in sports. The most frustrating thing for most golfers is to see their shots slice or hook. The secret to hitting a straight shot lies in…

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