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HOW TO MAKE THE BALL CURVE

Don’t make hitting a draw or a fade complicated Modern launch monitors have taught us exactly what makes the ball go where it goes, but most golfers would be smart not to get too caught up in technicalities. Decades ago, Jack Nicklaus described a simple way to shape shots, and it’s every bit as valid […]

SAVE BIG this week on GIFT CARDS!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!  Still time to stock up on Gift Cards from Stonybrook Golf Club SAVE 20% ON ALL  Gift Cards $50 or more Hurry!  Sale Ends Sunday 12/23/18 Buy your Gift Cards here! All Gift Cards will be delivered via email so they are sure to arrive in time for […]

Iowa man gets really creative with golf balls

From the world of weird n’ wacky in Golf, we found this… Ever wonder what people who live on golf courses do with all the balls that get hit into their backyards? Well, you probably wouldn’t guess what one Iowa man did. Kevin Pingel took nearly 600 balls and turned them into a six-foot, 100-pound […]

Golf Basics: Understand the difference between chipping vs. pitching to add versatility to your short game

To the non-golfer or golfers just beginning, chipping and pitching might seem like very similar shots. Both are basic short game shots and can be achieved with a wide range of clubs. However, many golfers don’t know the difference between two, and their one-size-fits-all approach often adds strokes to the scorecard. When looking a professional golfers […]

You’ve heard of Big Bertha but have you heard of Big Beertha???

  From the world of weird n’ wacky in Golf, we found this…   THE BIG BEERTHA Inside many an outwardly mature golfer lurks a glazed-eyed frat boy opposed to growing up. For those arrested fellows—and yes, they’re mostly fellows—there’s the Big Beertha, which looks like a driver but works like a beer bong. You pour a […]

Tune Up Your Game – Try these Tips!

10 Best Swing Tips Ever! Follow These Drills To Shore Up Your All-Around Game 1. Keep Your Hands Low Limiting the height of the followthrough will effectively reduce the height of your shots. The lower the hands, the lower the ballflight. Moving the ball back in your stance or choosing a stronger club and trying […]