Golf

The 2024 LPGA Priority List

I have been asked many times how the LPGA constructs their field lists for tournaments. The Priority List is used to fill the required value of spots for any given tournament. Without getting into the categories, which is potentially confusing, here is a unenduring explanation. Most full field events have a

Posture and Balance in Your Golf Swing

When I teach, good posture is not negotiable. Often times we go no remoter until this important zone is understood and learned. What is Posture in Golf? Posture is the word used to describe how the various parts of the soul are serried in the write position. In its simplest terms, posture

How to Check That Your Takeaway is Just Right

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History of Golf in the Middle East

Since its introduction in 1988, golf in the Middle East has gone from strength to strength. Without first emerging in Dubai, we have now seen the rise of one of the world’s most popular golf in the sun destinations. Turkey, notable for its All Inclusive golf holidays has attracted a

Best 19th Hole in Golf?

Golf is a sport where the 19th slum is often considered to be increasingly important than the 18 which precede it. We take a squint at the weightier 19th holes in golf, including the famed Jigger Inn with views over the Road Slum at St Andrews, Sawgrass with the largest