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Part 3 of 3 In this series of videos I am with Paul Woytus, DPT, a Las Vegas-based physical therapist whose passion is golf fitness. An Evans Scholar who caddied for eight years at Bandon Dunes, he explains basic exercises addressing the three areas studies show make the difference between average and exceptional players, those […]

Part 2 of 3 In this series of videos I am with Paul Woytus, DPT, a Las Vegas-based physical therapist whose passion is golf fitness.  An Evans Scholar who caddied for eight years at Bandon Dunes, he explains basic exercises addressing the three areas studies show make the difference between average and exceptional players, those […]

“Don’t train for strength and power (and you will) become gradually weaker and less flexible, swinging slower over time, decreasing your enjoyment from golf, and life generally.” — Mike Carroll, Irvine, CA, accredited strength and conditioning coach certified by Titleist Performance Institute who offers online training. In this series of videos I am with Paul […]

“You can’t do that” Saying those words to your partner or a competitor never feels comfortable.  Whether you are the one speaking them or hearing them, even if you are trying to be helpful, they just create tension or hard feelings.  Not to mention that it’s difficult trying to recover and/or maintain composure after a […]

What’s Coming For You In 2023

Happy New Year! I can’t believe it’s now been two years since thewomangolfer blog was launched!  When I started it back in 2020, I didn’t know whether my blog would survive a year.  All of us were unaware of the looming global pandemic and resulting golf boom that would play a huge part in maintaining our […]

  As they say, “The weather outside is frightful”.  That’s so true now, even in southern states where there may not be snow but on many days there is a frost delay and sunlight is fleeting.  Those conditions make it a good time to think about next season and what can you do to improve […]

39 Gift Ideas For That Special Golfer

    With Black Friday approaching, you may be starting to think about what you’ll be gifting to your friends and family and vice versa. Over the years, like so many of us, I have received numerous well-intentioned but simply unusable golf-oriented holiday gifts. No golfer really wants a sand trap cheese board, golf dice or […]

Seems like everyone I speak with lately is thinking about getting new clubs, demo-ing new clubs or just dreaming of new clubs.  For those of you who know me, I am always looking for improvements to my game.  Today, I just put my new PXG clubs in my bag.  I am very loyal to what […]

3 Keys To Hitting The Green

So you’ve selected and committed to a certain ball.  You’re working on your swing speed and getting more distance out of your drives.  That’s all great.  But what do you do next?   Next, as in you’re about to hit your approach shot into the green.  This is where better players begin to truly differ […]

I had the opportunity last weekend to have dinner with former two-time world long drive champion Art Sellinger.  Our conversation included some deja vu as Art, unprompted, reiterated something I mentioned in my last post which is the closer you can get your ball to the hole (especially on your drive), the lower your score […]

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