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Pitching: Club Selection

When you are out on the golf course, it is so important to have a variety of shots. One of the easiest ways to accomplish this is by using the same length swing but with different lofted clubs. Doing so will give you a number of different distances...

Chip or Pitch?

A chip shot is considered any shot inside of about 20-25 yards. These shots won’t require a great deal of effort to create the power required to get the ball on the green. Although there is no definitive difference between a chip and pitch shot, as...

Ball Flight: Low and High Follow Through

There are a number of ways to hit the golf ball high and low. One way is to use your follow through position. Let’s start with hitting the ball lower. Take your normal setup position but on your follow through stop the club around waist height. This...

On The Course: Slow Play

Watch the clock – It is important to be mindful of your pace of play on the course. A typical round of golf for a group of four golfers should take no more than 4 hours, this is a little over 13 minutes per hole. Most golf carts, particularly...

Length of Your Putting Stroke

Nothing is more important in your game than a consistent putting stroke. You can be the best player from tee to green but without a good stroke on the greens, you still won’t be able to put up the score you want. It is important that you pay...

Gripping the Club: Left Hand Grip

A lot of golfers tend to grip the club with the lead hand (left hand for a right-handed golfer) too much in the palm of their hand. When doing so, the club will slip and slide around in your hand. So how do you fix this? Focus on gripping the club...

On The Course: Tee Times

Avoid the rush – Give yourself ample time prior to your round to be on the tee box 10 minutes or so before your allotted time. As a rule of thumb, I would always be finished warming up and ready to walk over to the tee box as the group in...

Grip Pressure When Chipping Into the Wind

A quick tip can easily improve your game when you’re chipping into the wind. Take your normal setup for a chip shot: ball centered and weight slightly forward. Pay attention to the grip pressure in your lead hand (your left hand for a right-handed...

US Open Preview: The ‘Outsiders’

Heading into the PGA Championship just a few weeks ago, we were coming off one of the most historic major championships in history. The first Japanese man to win a major, Hideki Matsuyama opened the door for professional golfers throughout Southeast...

Donald Ross

Ross was born in the small Scottish seaside town of Dornoch in the northern part of the country. He grew up playing the game at Royal Dornoch Golf Club which ranks as the 4th best golf course in Golf Digest’s: Top 100 Courses Outside the US for 2020...