Get Off to a Hot Start

Mogg, Brian
February 2009
Golf Magazine;Feb2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p49
The article suggests various steps in assuring successful swinging and putting when playing golf. It is highly recommended that golfers should assure that everything they need is with them including a glove, plenty of tees, pencil, coins or markers and scoreboard. Moreover, mental energy also plays a very significant role in a joyful play instead of just considering the making or missing it instances of the game.


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