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  1. Article: Troubleshot Tips for Irons

    Most golfers rarely devote any practice time to troubleshots. The only time you hit these shots are when you are encounter them during a round.

    If you know the necessary adjustments to make and practice them a little, you will be able to pull these shots off in your next round.

    In a Divot

    Itís a cruel reality. You can absolutely stripe a drive, right ...
  2. How to Hit Great Shots from the 3 Toughest Lies in Golf

    As seen in Golf Illustrated ó by: I.J. Schecter with Doug Weaver

    Hitting a golf ball straight is difficult enough from a flat lie. When you and the ball are suddenly on different levels, it becomes even harder. Facing an uphill lie, downhill lie or sidehill lie is daunting, but like many situations in golf, it can be handled well with an appraisal of the physical situation and proper ...
  3. Add 12 Specialty Shots to your Golf Game!

    How many Strokes could you Cut off your scores if you could hit the ball high, low, left, or right at will?

    How about draws or fades? Or out of deep rough or off hard pan lies? Do windy conditions hurt your scores? These are conditions that we have all faced on the course. They're part of the game, and they're part of what makes golf so tough... and so incredibly satisfying when we can navigate the course effectively. To get around the course effectively though, you'll need to have ...
  4. Tip #2 Deep Rough

    The Trouble Shots DVD PurePoint Golf

    I believe there are three reasons why amateur golfers struggle out of deep rough. The number one reason is because professional golfers play golf from the golf ball to the green and amateur golfers play golf from the green back to the golf ball.


    Professional golfers look at the lie, their stance, wind, yardage and a few other considerations. Amateur golfers look ...

    Updated 11-09-2010 at 11:33 AM by 1

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  5. Tip #1 Uneven Lie-Ball going downhill

    When you stop to think about what area of your golf game you should work on you don't often think about the different trouble shots. You spend time at the practice facility working on your full swing and you might spend some time on your putting. However you rarely think about uneven lies, flop shots, deep rough or punch shots.

    I have put together some valuable information on two Trouble Shots that I know will play a big role in you lowering your handicap.

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