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Hula for a better golf game

These three fun moves with the right-size hula hoop might help your golf swing. They’ll most definitely help your golf fitness. The hula hoop might be just the toy for the well-rounded golfer looking to improve golf fitness. Kaye Anderson’s … Continue reading

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Golf glossary: Caddy or caddie?

Is Bones a caddy or a caddie? What about Fanny? Could it be that he’s a caddy and she’s a caddie? We had to go to the dictionary, and then some, but now we’ve got the answer. Which is it, … Continue reading

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Why women hate the long putter

Long putters have such a PGA Tour fan club that they caught the USGA’s eye and inspired a ban on “anchoring.” Women, however, hardly care. Equipment Editor Emily Kay found out why. Adam Scott, Matt Kuchar, Keegan Bradley and Fred … Continue reading

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Are women tired of watching Tiger Woods?

Reaction to the Cauldron story “Stuck In An Endless Loop” indicated that men still like to watch Tiger Woods, so maybe this is a woman thing. I wasn’t thinking about this when I wrote “Stuck In An Endless Loop” for … Continue reading

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Golf glossary: Gimme

You can’t miss a putt if you don’t hit it, which might be the secret of the term “gimme.” The women and ladies of golf will want to know what to do when the magic words “that’s good” are uttered. … Continue reading

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How long does a golf ball last? 4 tips

Women who hit the ball straight but not long can form a long-term relationship with one ball. But what is the lifespan of a golf a ball? Check out these 4 tips. Q: I hit the ball pretty straight and … Continue reading

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What to do when a tree grabs your golf ball

You saw your ball going into that tree but didn’t see it come out. Now what? Guidance guru Gail Rogers offers four scenarios with tips. On the first day of  the 2012 U.S. Open at San Francisco’s Olympic Club, Phil … Continue reading

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