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a sample of some of my golf tips.
You can use them specifically on the course to lower your score.
Once you do, however, I'm sure you'll want the "full meal deal."
Try out my Distance
Calculator. You can input different conditions to
see how they affect your tee shots.
Tip #1: Reading Putts
If you plumb bob a 20 foot putt so that the bottom of the shaft
covers the ball and the top of the shaft is aligned 1 inch to the
right of the hole, how much break do you account for? On a medium
paced green, you would aim inches right of the hole and on a fast
paced green you would aim 16 inches right of the hole.
If you would like to know how to plumb and then interpret how much
break there is, you can purchase my putting matrix which is used
by "Feel Good Golf Learning Centers" in Florida to teach
their students. The amount the putt breaks depends on the speed
of the green, the slope and the distance of the putt. My matrix
tells it all!
Tip #2: Elevation Changes
For most golfers, elevation changes (uphill/downhill shots) are
a guessing game. Doubt runs rampant!
A 166 yard shot that must climb to a green 10 yards above must
be played as a 177 yard shot. In addition, when the ball lands,
it won't stop as quickly because its impact angle is lower than
I can teach you how to judge fairly accurately the amount of elevation
change (no special equipment needed) and how much shorter or further
the shot will play. I can even teach you how to take into account
Tip #3: Playing the Wind
How can you measure the speed of the wind without a special device?
How do you determine how the wind will affect your shot?
A 150 yard shot played into a 5 mph wind will play 159 yards.
A 150 yard shot played with a 5 mph wind will play 146 yards.
I can teach you how to measure the speed of the wind my just dropping
grass. I can teach you how to determine, very simply, how far the
shot will play.
Not convinced? Try them on the course
next time you play. You'll be amazed.
Ball Study -- for the cost on one issue of a golf magazine,
this study will inform you about the "longest ball."
claim to have the longest ball. Some of the top names, however,
remain stoney silent on the subject. For the first time, a detailed
statistical analysis of some of the game's best balls is available
to the public. Find out what type of ball is the longest. Discover
how one truly represents test data of golf ball distances. Over
70 different balls are machine tested and compared. Learn how to
select the best ball for your game.
You can purchases a copy of the report.
Visit the Longest Ball Study
page for detailed information.
Instruction, Ken Tannar 2001-2015. All Rights Reserved.
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