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Tour fitness expert, Randy Myers shows you some great exercises you can do for your core to help your golf game.
The golf slice is one of the most common swing faults. The golf slice most commonly occurs when the clubface is open relative to the swing path and/or when the swing follows an “out to in” or “over the top” swing … Continue reading
The Game of Golf Institute (GOGI) was honored to discuss growing the game of golf and its golf social network and golf mobile application solutions for junior golfers, female golfers and golfers of all playing abilities. Click this link to … Continue reading
GOGI’s Mobile Apps
REVOLUTIONARY GOLF NETWORKING SITE AND GAME IMPROVEMENT MOBILE APPS ATTRACT NEW GENERATION OF AMATEUR GOLFERS
Top Golf Pros and Technology Leaders Launch Innovative Non-Profit to Advance Popularity and Growth of Golf ATLANTA, GA (November 13, 2012) – Game of Golf Institute (GOGI), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit initiative, announced the launch of its golf networking website … Continue reading
Most golfers use the driving range as an excuse to be outside for a few hours with a small focus on improving their games. A player will drive anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour, pay the shop clerk for … Continue reading
PGA Tour players accumulate FedEx Cup points all season based on performance. The Top-125 in the FedEx points standings after the Wyndham Championship are invited to the first Playoffs tournament. Rookie, Kevin “Kiz” Kisner, finished the pre-Playoffs Tour season ranked … Continue reading
As the Travelers Championship is underway, one of my buddies noticed John Daly on the scoreboard and that he appeared to be playing pretty well. “Look,” he said, “Daly has two birdies in his first 7 holes….he may make the … Continue reading
In 2005, when it came time for me to get “serious” about my golf game and accelerate my development, I decided that attending a multi-day golf school would be the best option. I wanted a “boot camp” that would help … Continue reading