Part 3 and summary so far for one of members Nickesquire who took it upon himself to test out the GK Birthday Golf List and put her to the test. Here are his conclusions so far. It was a fun but tiring week. There are only a couple of more local courses I am. . . .
It’s that time again in Arizona! Egad! Maintenance Alerts! Invest your time and money wisely with Greenskeeper.org as your resource for your latest golf course reviews and maintenance alerts. Truthfully, aeration and maintenance are a necessary part of any golf course operator’s life. The problem is getting though this period is hell for the regular Joe. . . .
Loft and lie are oft neglected adjustments needed to make your irons perform as they should. Loft is generally understood so we’ll skip a lengthy explanation of what it is. Lie angle is a “spec” discussed quite a bit, but most golfers’ lie angles aren’t even close to correct for them. We’ll dive into what. . . .
A long day at the course requires high performance foods that supply essential nutrients needed for consistent energy and maximum endurance. Take the first step to eating like a pro by setting-up for success with a better breakfast. Many consider a high fiber cereal with a low-fat milk to be a “healthy” way to start. . . .
Aimpoint Golf Review: Part 4 of my Aimpoint Odyssey April 9, 2011 I played golf this morning. I played at my home course, and my friend had me come out early… like 2nd group off early. It’s 3 of us, and these 2 guys are intent on finishing in under 3 hours. Obviously, this is bad. . . .