• Golf has some major barriers to entry that are unlike those of any other sport. With startup equipment costs comparable to 100 soccerballs, it's no wonder children across the world are choosing other sports in their formative years. Not only is there a literal monetary expense, but a ridiculously inflated time expense. It takes 4 hours to play a single round, and it's impossible to have a pickup game. In the age of xbox and playstation, kids just don't have the attention span, or the time. Not only that, but...

  • Many people can agree that their relationship with golf is of the love hate variety. It is the type of activity that is so infuriating yet we keep coming back for more. Sometimes hours are spent on the course in total misery as weekend golfers hack through woods and dig out of sand in the hopes of sinking the ball in a little hole in as few strokes as possible. It can be such a frustrating experience that it makes us wonder why we even play the game at all....

  • More power and distance. It's the one thing we hear all the time on the course and at the driving range. So how do we get it? The answer might be easier than you think and best of all it has nothing to do with your strength and size. There is a simple way to generate more power and get more distance out of your swing with one simple move. Many instructors talk about the importance of turning your right hip to create power. He said that if you are looking...

  • A great golf tip to improve your ball striking, that you can take to the course. There is nothing like sweet pure contact to improve distance and accuracy. Coming out of the shot or looking up, may be the number one reason that most golfers do not achieve this pure contact every time. Play a round of golf, and you will here at least once, from someone, “I came out of the shot” or “I looked up before hitting the ball.” These statements usually follow a very poorly struck golf...

  • Breaking 90 is one of the biggest milestones in every golfer’s career. From my own observations, and a lot of pickup games, I would have to say that most golfers are struggling to break 100 let alone 90. According to the National Golf Foundation, the breakdown is as follows: About 5 percent of golfer’s can consistently break 80, about 20 percent shoot between 80-89, another 25 percent consistently break 100. That leaves 50 percent that cannot consistently break 100, and 75 percent that cannot consistently break 90. This article is for the 75 percent of...

  • The best thing about the RopeIt is that it let’s you know if you hit a good golf shot. You can feel a good solid strike of the ball, and you can see the line of flight the ball would have taken. While there is nothing like hitting a ball when you have the space, this is the next best thing.    As an alignment aid: By stretching the RopeIt line you create an alignment aid, where you can set up your club face to point down the line and make your swing down...