” Obviously, the good thing about golf, it’s difficult to really, really blow it after five holes unless it goes really, really, really… really, really, really wrong. But you still have 13 to go, and if you have a good run, where you make five or six birdies, you can get it back somehow. “


” With iTunes and Spotify and Pandora and this and that, you don’t need to buy CDs any more. “


” Whether it’s golf or writing, you have friends, and then you have ‘friends’ friends. Friends who are like family. I can count my close friends on two hands, which is good, I think. That’s a lot. Some are at home in Spain, others are elsewhere, and some are in golf. “


” Copy my favorite moves and my Tour-proven setup positions, and you’ll start catching it on the sweet spot every time, with every club in your bag. “


” Your woods, irons and wedges are built with specific lengths and lie angles, which demand that you stand to the ball a little differently for each one. The secret is to know which elements of your address position remain constant, and which ones you have to tweak to match the club in your hand. “


” When it comes to hitting solid drives, the secret is to swing within yourself. I know that sounds like a cliche, but it’s true. If you swing at 100 miles per hour and hit it on the toe, you won’t hit the ball as far as you would with an 80-mph swing that catches the ball in the center of the clubface. “



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Obviously, the good thing about golf, it
With iTunes and Spotify and Pandora and this and that, you don


Whether it
Copy my favorite moves and my Tour-proven setup positions, and you
Your woods, irons and wedges are built with specific lengths and lie angles, which demand that you stand to the ball a little differently for each one. The secret is to know which elements of your address position remain constant, and which ones you have to tweak to match the club in your hand.
When it comes to hitting solid drives, the secret is to swing within yourself. I know that sounds like a cliche, but it
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