Monthly Archives December 2013

Alignment – The Most Important Lesson in Golf

When I watch inexperienced golfers players hit the ball I find that they are usually mis-alinged to their target. Typically, they aim way too far out to the right. The reason they aim to the right is because the inexperienced player has the tendency to hit the ball with their arms which causes the ball to pull to the left. This means that they are compensating for a flaw in their swing by just aiming their body out to the right instead of fixing the actual flaw. What this boils down to, is that the inexperienced players’ bad swings make
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An Effective Golf Swing Exercise

There are many types of effective golf swing exercises. Golf swing exercise is very important because the golf swing is at the very heart of the golf game. It is actually impossible to play a good game of golf without being able to execute an effective golf swing. The other reason why golf swing exercise is so important is in the fact that a golf swing by its’ very nature is a very unnatural and awkward movement of the body and muscles. It therefore stands to reason that the body will usually resist the golf swing action and this is
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After the Deluge… Patriot Golf Day, 9/11

Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee have left our heads spinning these past few weeks. The course experienced 17 ” of rain over 10 days. We, of course, were not the only ones to suffer. Drainage work done over the past three years gave us a much better chance to dry out quickly. The course is coming back into its own, especially after the Fall aeration of tees and greens. Bowling Green was pleased to once again participate in Patriot Golf Day. Thanks to our golfers, $394 was collected over Labor Day weekend for Folds of Honor, an organization which
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At the Grill Room, renovations to the bar proceed

At the Grill Room, we are surrounded by dust & debris as we are in the midst of our planned bar renovation. The re-opening is scheduled for January 4th when our winter live music season returns. A new bar with all new equipment means the beer will be colder than ever thanks to the latest in beer tap technology, while the wine stays even tempered in a new cooler. The liquor bottles will twinkle as they are displayed on glass shelves under lights and the new POS will run smoothly. The decor is still rustic, but now refreshed. The wood
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