Entries by Teesnap Developer

Michael Breed: The two things you need to escape the sand

By Michael Breed Here’s your greenside sand lesson in two words: speed and bounce. Splashing a ball out of a bunker takes more power than you might think—that’s the speed part. And to use that speed effectively, the club has to slide through the sand without getting stuck—that’s the bounce. Focus on a few keys. […]

How to Correct your Slice in Golf

by Golfweek Dealing with a slice can be one of the most frustrating aspects of golf for amateurs. The banana ball flight off the tee makes it difficult to keep the ball in play and can drastically reduce the ball flight. Here are a few tips to help eliminate your pesky slice and hit it […]

Butch Harmon’s Keys to Simplify Bunker Shots

by Butch Harmon When most golfers climb into a greenside bunker, it’s like an out-of-body experience. They lose all sense of what they need to do, fear takes over, and a few hacks later . . . triple bogey. The good news is, most of the mistakes I see come at address, and those are […]

Back to School Special

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National Golf Day

National Golf Day is coming up and we’re celebrating with discounted golf! On Wednesday, May 1st play 18 holes for $29! Come celebrate with us! BOOK YOUR TEE TIME TODAY! noblesvilleparksgolf.com/teetimes

Fix Your Grip By the Weekend

Golf Digest Fix Your Grip By the Weekend By Matthew Rudy Fundamentals are called fundamentals because if you get them wrong you’ll have a hard time hitting good shots. The grip might be the most basic fundamental–it’s the only link between you and the club–but it’s the one thing many players get totally wrong. There […]