When it comes to improving your golf game, there is no better source of inspiration than analyzing the techniques that legends of the game used to dominate the game. It is a very difficult endeavor to objectively rank the best golfers of all time. There are many factors to consider, you need to consider the number of wins, the competition that the golfer faced during his playing time as well as the impact that the golfer had during his career.
Just like in any other sports, players are measured numerically of their likely capability in Golf. This measurement is known in the golf world as handicap. By taking the handicap into consideration, it allows for different players to compete against one another. So, what are people asking about golf handicap? Let’s find out and provide answers.
You are looking for ways to improve your golf skills and you want the fastest and most efficient ways possible. I hear you.
There are a variety of methods on how to cut your golf handicap and you are going to learn about them if they are, at this moment in your golf career, not yet obvious. Let’s go through each of the things you can do to get your golf handicap down to a number you are aiming for.
To be great at anything, you have to give it your all, and playing the sport of golf is no exception.
If you happen to be the golfer who’s been playing for a while now and yet you are still at the same level at which when you started committing yourself to the sport, then something in you is not in agreement towards your end goal. To prepare yourself for golf, your body not only has to be there ready, but your mind also has to have the necessary ethos to reinforce your system.
There is no question about how proficient the guys from Wilson Staff are when it comes to producing impactful pieces of golf equipment, but we can’t avoid to be skeptical on every releases, not even the well-promoted D200 model. All we know is that for us to really believe what the marketing pitch says about D200 is for us to try it ourselves. I did the work and here are my findings. Read more »
You think golf is your sport, but you are a beginner. Then, you start to wonder if it is the right fit for you. One way to overcome the wondering is to think of all the great players (Woods, McIlroy, etc.) who conquered the sport. And then, you choose from one of them to be your role model.
You are probably shopping for a new set of irons right now that can help make your plays better on the course. Now, I know there is a lot of options in the market coming from and well-designed by the competing brands, but you are here because you are thinking about the CB 714 irons offered by Titleist and the promises it comes with. You are not one to easily get persuaded by a well-crafted official product description, so you look for reviews. Well, I did spend some time playing with these irons and I am impressed. My finding is that these irons are worth switching to, and here are a couple of reasons why.
Most, if not all, golf players want their clubs to allow them to make full use of their swing power and be able to control the transition of power from the club to the ball at the same time. This feature demand makes golf club designers work the clock in order to come up with a set of golf clubs that can provide this to golfers out of the box. Callaway, in this regard, might have something that agrees to these conditions with the release of the X2 Hot irons.
The Golden State Warriors has been an enormous force in the NBA this season particularly that they are dominating the playoffs thus far. And who would not know Stephen Curry and his impressive basketball game, especially those high-arcing 3-point shots from way beyond the arc, when talking about GSW. But can you picture the impressive ball-handler in Curry as a pro golf player? Well, it appears the 6’3” NBA Scoring Champion have that in mind.
Okay, so it turned out there is not only 5 prolific golfers who have not won a major yet. Thus, it prompts for a part 2 of the players who are doing great except winning a major article which was posted in here two weeks ago. Without further ado, below are five more well-performing players who have won multiple recognized golf events except the major.