Golfing in the Rain

Golfing in the Rain

Most people will try to avoid it but sooner or later every golfer finds themselves in the rain every once in a while. When this circumstance arises it is best to be prepared. When you are prepared, you will not worry about the rain as much and have a clear head. When golfing in the […]

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Not so Hazardous Water

Not so Hazardous Water

According to the USGA, “‘Casual water’ is any temporary accumulation of water on the course that is not in a water hazard and is visible before or after the player takes his stance. Snow and natural ice, other than frost, are either casual water or loose impediments, at the option of the player. Manufactured ice […]

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2014 PGA Teacher of the Year Award – Finalist

2014 PGA Teacher of the Year Award – Finalist

Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen, PGA 2014 PGA National Teacher of the Year – Finalist Top 3/27,000 PGA Golf Professionals   What an unbelievable honor my first time in 2013, now two times in a row…  I’m stunned with many emotions and people to thank along my amazing journey.  Realizing the experience of my peers to have the […]

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Type of Golf Grip Material

Type of Golf Grip Material

There are many different types of golf grip material out there. Each one has its own benefits and drawbacks. What golf grip material is best for you? Rubber Pros Inexpensive Cons Certain types are not very tacky Synthetic Pros Soft on hands Cons Not very durable Not very good feel Cord Pros Durable Tacky Good […]

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Hit or Miss the Tee Drill

Hit or Miss the Tee Drill

If you are struggling with your angle of approach this drill could be for you. You can use this drill with any club you like. The only other thing it requires is a teed golf ball. There are two different ways you can use this drill. If your swing is too steep you can use […]

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How Many “Strokes” did You Actually Take?

How Many “Strokes” did You Actually Take?

The USGA defines a stroke as “the forward movement of the club made with the intention of striking at and moving the ball, but if a player checks his downswing voluntarily before the clubhead reaches the ball he has not made a stroke.” This means you do not actually have to touch the ball for […]

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Hit Wedges Into Hula Hoops For Better Control

Hit Wedges Into Hula Hoops For Better Control

There is never a bad time to work on your short game. One of the best practice session you may ever have with wedges is to use hula hoops. Sounds like a good time right? Well, after practicing with these you will really get a sense of your distance control and how you can drastically […]

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2013 GRAA Top 50 Teaching Golf Professional-Kathy G-Jensen,PGA

2013 GRAA Top 50 Teaching Golf Professional-Kathy G-Jensen,PGA

  WOW!  Two honors have appeared before me this week… 2013 GRAA Top 50 Award Growth of the Game Teaching Professional 2013 IEPGA Chapter Teacher of the Year Thank you, Thank you! I truly can’t thank everyone enough for these crazy couple of years!  My family, my special friends, my clients who are my friends, […]

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GOLF Digest Nov/2013: Best in State Teacher’s List

GOLF Digest Nov/2013: Best in State Teacher’s List

Look at the lists of these amazing names!!! Golf Digest November issue 2013… I am extremely humbled, honored and excited to be amongst incredible golf instructors on this list and with ALL of my colleagues around the world. We ALL believe in GOLF and want to share this fabulous game forever! Thank you

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Rules: Winter Rules

Rules: Winter Rules

Many people just start using “Winter Rules” whenever they deem – but did you know it’s actually a rule accounted for in the Rules of Golf – Appendix I Section? Here is the rule, make sure when you are playing golf this winter that the course has invoked Appendix I – 4b. Course Conditions – […]

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