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Etiquette Moments Being Ready for Your Turn

Golf Etiquette Videos by the Etiquette Nerds

Golf Etiquette Video on Giving Advice Etiquette Moments is by the Etiquette Nerds of SwingPointMedia Another useful golf etiquette video from your friends the Etiquette Nerds at SwingPointMedia.  Play at your own pace but play smarter. Become better stewards of the golf courses we play.  Be more knowledgeable of the game of golf.  Learn what’s appropriate.  All this. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – 4 Tips to Set-Up 2016 for Success!

4 Tips to Set-Up 2016 for Success!

Golfing Healthy: Set-Up 2016 For Success! Seeing as though I have already broken every single New Year’s Resolution for 2016, I thought it best we and I really mean me to dust myself off and revisit some of the things I should really focus on being a healthier me.  If you’re in the same boat,. . . .

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#Own125 Basic Lob Shots

#Own125 Basic Lob Shot

Basic Lob Shots: It’s all about the Short Game It really is.  80% of your strokes lost to par focus on the short game.  Put more effort where it counts the most — making those chips and pitches onto the green, getting close to the hole and making par putts. Don’t be a statistic.  Make the. . . .

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Etiquette Moments and Giving Advice

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Golf Etiquette Video on Giving Advice Etiquette Moments is by the Etiquette Nerds of SwingPointMedia Another useful golf etiquette video from your friends the Etiquette Nerds at SwingPointMedia.  Play at your own pace but play smarter. Become better stewards of the golf courses we play.  Be more knowledgeable of the game of golf.  Learn what’s appropriate.  All this. . . .

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#Own125 Cut Lob Flop Shot

#Own125 Cut Lob Flop Shot Cleveland Golf

Cut Lob Flop Shot: It’s all about the Short Game It really is.  80% of your strokes lost to par focus on the short game.  Put more effort where it counts the most — making those chips and pitches onto the green, getting close to the hole and making par putts. Don’t be a statistic.  Make. . . .

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