Ole Punxsutawney Phil has made his prediction, extending our winter woes. And not all golfers are blessed with 80 degree days in February (Looking at you, Florida)… but we sure are getting that itch. If you’ve allowed your game to go into hibernation along with all our furry friends, it’s about time to dust off the … Continue reading Golf Season Prep
It had been nearly a year since I picked up a club, and things were as rusty as they’d ever been. Luckily, handicaps are more difficult to raise than they are to lower. I wasn’t upset. I’d spent the last 8 months at home working in the F&B industry after a less than desirable performance during … Continue reading How a Pipe Cleaner Saved My Career
Ever struggled with the putting yips? This one comes straight from a recent DLG Performance Center Inquiry we received and because it’s such a common (and devastating problem plaguing so many golfers), we wanted to share the solution with the rest of the golfing world. You’re standing there, about to pull the trigger on a putt … Continue reading The #1 SURE-FIRE Drill to Fix the Putting Yips
If you’re a golfer, you’ve probably been told at one point or another “you flipped it!” Do you know why “flipping” causes inconsistent contact? Do you want to learn how to stop flipping the golf club? Lucky for you, we’ve got less than a five-minute read and a simple and easy golf drill that’ll put an end … Continue reading Fix the Flip: Save A Scorecard
I don’t know about the rest of the country — but outside in NC it’s been like a wet sauna for the past six-weeks straight. That can put a real damper on your plans to put the peg in the ground, but with our 3 Easiest (and Cheapest) Ways to Beat the Heat on the Golf … Continue reading The EASIEST (and CHEAPEST) Ways To Beat the Heat on the Golf Course
You’re standing on the practice green waiting to rip it, and the starter calls for a single to jump in your group. Most of you say “no problem, bring ’em on!” And the beauty of this sacred game against all others is its propensity to encourage new relationships and challenge the instinctual inclination to stay with our herd. Let’s … Continue reading The 3 Things to Absolutely Avoid When Playing Golf With A Stranger
Here at DLG, we approach the holiday season with our hearts full, reminiscing on all the good, the bad, and the ugly we saw in 2015. We think about all the things we’ve accomplished and all the things left on that never ending and always growing to-do list. But we’re thankful to have that list. … Continue reading You Should Feel Good. Because You Deserve it.
All too often are today’s sports headlines littered with tag lines of spousal abuse, illegal betting, coaches and players cheating, DUI’s, drug use, sex, game suspensions, and rules violations. But hey…if it bleeds, it leads right? Not in the case of Mr. Ben Crane, a PGA Tour veteran and viral internet sensation (you may know … Continue reading An Open Letter to The PGA Of America, The PGA Tour, The USGA and Mr. Ben Crane
Yesterday, we spent the morning with our man, Jerry Haas, his brother Jay (2015 President’s Cup Captain), nephew Bill Haas – PGA Tour Player and 2011 Fed Ex Cup Champion, and Scott Hoch – a distinguished Champions Tour Player & runner up at the 1989 Masters. We were at the beautiful Old Town Club in Winston Salem, where Jerry had … Continue reading On The Putting Green With Some of the Game’s Greats…
Most professional golfers and skilled amateurs would agree that the fastest way to improve your score and gain the edge isn’t by beating balls on the driving range. It’s not by buying the newest and greatest driver, hotlist set of irons or by honing your ball flight. What separates struggling amateurs from good amateurs, and excellent … Continue reading Fastest Way to Improve In Golf?