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Where did it come from? How did it get here? What is all of this for? While these type of deep posing questions are typically asked when contemplating the meaning of life as we know it, they’re also not entirely out of context when thinking about our favorite pastime.

History is a fleeting subject, especially when it comes to golf. As players and aficionados of the sport, we’re much more concerned with the present and the future. How does your swing look now; how can I save shots around the greens on my next round.

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Information overload is a golfer’s worst enemy. One of golf’s most famous, brilliant, and incredibly accurate quotes comes from the timeless Bobby Jones. He said:

“Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-a-half-inch course, the space between your ears.” 

This is not only the case for competitive golf, but easily applies to the amateur ranks as well.

With a combination of the Internet, videos, magazines and books, the information overload of juggling too many tips is just too much for today’s golfers. When these ideas start to pile up, you’ll quickly find yourself in a downward spiral of nightmare rounds of golf thanks to too much technique.

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What do you and an executive of a Fortune 100 company have in common? An unwavering passion for the game of golf. 

It’s no secret that golf is the game of choice for people of power around the world, from presidents to high-ranking CEOs. However, as many deals that are made on the golf course, countless more are lost due what transpires during the round. 

With that said, here’s a breakdown of what to do, and what not to do, when your business life clashes with your golf life.

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Striking the Perfect Balance

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Nothing is more proven to help a player sink more putts than harnessing a smooth putting stroke that can withstand the pressure. But as most of us know, developing a TOUR-caliber putting stroke is much easier said than done.

While most of us are still grinding towards this goal, there is one factor toward better putting completely in your control: Finding the ideal putter that fits your unique player profile.

Owning equipment geared to your individual swing mechanics throughout your bag is critical to shooting the lowest scores possible. With this in mind, it’s important to understand that the undisputed most-important club in your set is the flatstick. The main reason for this is the sheer amount of strokes golfers take on the greens. 

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When the game’s great putters working with amateurs looking for answers around the greens, the term “feel” is mentioned just as much as “tempo” and “rhythm.” While being comfortable with the type of putter you use is key in establishing feel, the way you hold the putter throughout the putting motion is also highly important.

A primary focus in golf instruction is, and will always be, the grip. However, the putter rarely makes its way into that conversation. Players are quick to make adjustments in hand position to help square the face at impact for a full swing. However, much of the same grip theory can be applied toward the putting stroke.

Find what you need to keep in mind when building a better grip. The goal here is for you to maximize feel, be more consistent, and ultimately hole more of those clutch putts.

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