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We all want to be better ball strikers, but what does that really even mean exactly? In this episode of The Golf Podcast hosts Frank & Mike will help define how ball striking is quantified and then dive into four key fundamentals you can work on to dramatically improve your ball striking ability.
Tune in as we discuss how balance, shoulder turn, grip, and keeping your head down are all important elements of the golf swing that, when preformed correctly, lead to consistently solid ball striking.
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The hottest party on the PGA TOUR hits the desert of TPC Scottsdale this week for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. This long-standing event has been held annually since 1932 when it was first called the Arizona Open and boasts one of the best atmospheres on TOUR as the local socialites and students from renowned party school, Arizona State University, create a unique and rare setting for golf. Much of the luster of this tournament can be seen at the 16th, a fairly basic par-three, which is transformed for the WM Phoenix Open with a stadium setting in which the players are completely surrounded with the thought of boo’s raining down if they fail to land on the dance floor on their first shot.