Golf Anatomy will show you how to lower your score by increasing strength, power, and range of motion for longer drives and more accurate shots.See what it takes to improve consistency and performance on the links by increasing your golf fitness knowledge.
Golf Anatomy includes 72 of the most effective exercises, each with step-by-step descriptions and full-color anatomical illustrations highlighting muscles in action.
Golf Anatomy goes beyond exercises by placing you at the tee, on the fairways, and on the greens. You’ll see how to improve mobility, stability, body awareness, and muscle strength to add distance to drives, consistency to your short game, and accuracy to your putts.
From sand traps to awkward lies, Golf Anatomy will prepare you for even the most challenging of shots. Plus, you’ll learn how to stay at the top of your game with targeted injury-prevention exercises for the lower back, elbows, wrists, shoulders, and hips.
“I’M BLIND, BUT MY PASSION FOR THE GAME IS 20/20.”
The United States Blind Golf Association (USBGA) was established in 1953 for the purpose of encouraging and enhancing opportunities for blind and visually impaired golfers to compete in the game of golf. I encourage everyone to spread the word about this great organization, so many more can enjoy the game we all love.
Click here for more info: http://usblindgolf.com
Never in the history of mankind have so many worked so hard to move a small ball so far. Golf shows no sign of losing its appeal and golfers remain on the lookout for new advice to improve their games. The book “The Best Advice Ever for Golfers” covers every aspect of the game: teeing it up, recovery shots, short game, conquering the mental side of the game and of course making putts. The book also includes quotes by famous golfers on how and why they love the game and a chapter with descriptions of some of their dream courses.
Click here for more info: The Best Advice Ever For Golfers
Michael Breed shows you how to find the center of the club face by controlling the width between your hands and your body using an Arm Floatie. I love his show the Golf Fix. Check it out every Monday night at 7pm EST on the Golf Channel. For more info click here: Michael Breed
Swing gadgets and training aids have been around in some form or another since… forever, I suppose. Some are really good, while others are really bad. Some serve a specific problem and some are more universal in their intent. Do they work? It’s a fair question.
Click here for the full GolfWRX article by Dennis Clark: Golf Training Aids: Do They Ever Actually Work?
Ever since his astonishing victory in the 1991 PGA Championship, John Daly has enthralled fans with his big drives, bigger personality, and his “grip it and rip it” approach to golf . . . and to life. Usually seen with a cigarette dangling from his lip, Long John is the unchained, unpredictable, unapologetic bad boy of professional golf.
My Life In and Out of the Rough is the thrillingly—and sometimes shockingly—candid memoir of a larger-than-life athlete battling assorted addictions (alcohol, gambling, chocolate, sex), his weight, and divorce lawyers (having been married four times). Carrying readers off the fairway and into his $1.5-million motor home, Daly takes us on a rollicking ride through his ever-churning world of burgers, booze, casinos, country music, and breathtaking moon shots—and reveals how a down-home Arkansas Everyman rose to the pinnacle of the golf world, escaped from the depths of abject depression, and, ultimately, took control of his life.