Ernie Vossler Talks China and Lot More in This Exclusive Interview

Ernie Vossler Talks China and Lot More in This Exclusive Interview

🕔01:02, 30.Dec 2014

China • You Can Teach Anyone to Putt • Bad Movies… and a Whole Lot More  Ernie Vossler has been intricately involved with golf for 60 years. He is Chairman of the Board of Landmark Golf Company, headquartered in Indian Wells,

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Golf’s Toughest Competitor: Lloyd Mangrum

Golf’s Toughest Competitor: Lloyd Mangrum

🕔01:00, 30.Dec 2014

Golf’s Toughest Competitor (More So Than Tiger): Lloyd Mangrum  by Ried Holien People say Tiger Woods is golf’s fiercest competitor, but such talk would just make Lloyd Mangrum laugh. You see, Mangrum was, is, and likely always will be golf’s

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Frankenstein Mutant Grass

Frankenstein Mutant Grass

🕔00:59, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ried Holien Frankenstein Mutant Grass Exists and Might Show Up at your Favorite Golf Course. BE ON ALERT! My favorite Far Side cartoon shows a buffoonish-looking man walking mindlessly through a park above the caption: “Good and Evil Shoes.”

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GOLF PENCILS: Gross Story With a Happy Ending

GOLF PENCILS: Gross Story With a Happy Ending

🕔00:58, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ried Holien Like oxygen and sex, golf pencils become a huge concern only when you’re forced to do without them. “Everyone takes the golf pencil for granted,” says Larry Krane, co-owner and Vice President of Sales for Panda

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BIG Makes a Difference

BIG Makes a Difference

🕔00:57, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ried Holien Tiger Woods Curls 10 Lbs. Using Just His Pinky. Muscle Means Winning on the PGA & LPGA Tours. “Dude, did you see the massive arms on Tiger?” That seemed to be the most repeated question in

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Pain and Momentum on Tour

🕔00:56, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Interview with John Cook by Dan Poppers Virtually all PGA Tour players “play through pain” says 11-time PGA Tour winner John Cook. GolfNews Magazine: Thinking of the injuries in your career that includes a shoulder injury, and your

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Successful Bunker Shots

🕔00:46, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Carol Hogan Different bunkers require different fundamentals. Greenside bunkers and fairway bunkers cannot be approached in the same manner. In a fairway bunker: 1. Choke down on the club a few extra inches. You want to avoid hitting

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The Single Pivot Swing

🕔00:46, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Tony Manzoni The Single Pivot Swing I have seen great players play off their left side, but never off their right side. Hogan, Nicklaus, Trevino, and Venturi all appeared to reverse their weight on the backswing. They did

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Shotmaking Tips

🕔00:45, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ken Venturi 1. Know How High You Hit Each Club Most players—and certainly the good ones—know how far they hit each club, although the good ones are concerned with only how far they actually carry the ball with

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Know Where Your Body Parts Are

🕔00:44, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Jack Gibson Why do you see so many LPGA Tour caddies behind player in close proximity just before the actual swing? If you happen to be standing behind the practice area or first tee at your golf club,

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