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Sportsmanship #1522

True Sportsmanship is this: If you are playing hockey, football, Boxing, or any other rough sport. Help your opponents back to their feet after you hit them really hard. If they are hurt, signal their Coach and/or the EMT.

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Thanks to: Kiff Whislter - Lafayette - USA. - rec.:May 23, 2003 - pub.:Jun 2, 2003 - sent.:Aug 1, 2016
Good Balance is Vital #789

Good balance is vital to the success of a great golf shot. You need to balance yourself what i call 25/25/25/25. 25% on your heels, 25% on your toes, 25% on your back foot and 25% on your front foot. Without having balance throughout the swing you will lack consistency, which is so important in becoming a good player.

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Thanks to: Bob Pellini - Chicago - USA. - rec.:Nov 18, 2002 - pub.:Nov 26, 2002 - sent.:May 6, 2015
How to Putt Like a Pro #925

Putting makes up about 35-40% of your final score. If you usually shoot around 90, you likely average 34-36 putts a game. A Golf Pro on the P.G.A. usually takes 26-30 putts a round. To improve your putting, try this : Line up some coins in the form of a 4 inch wide pathway straight to the hole, 2ft. from the hole. You are putting through a 2 ft. long "tunnel", so to speak. Now, try and sink 9/10 putts from 2 ft. through this coin pathway, but, don't touch any. That is your goal - do not touch the coins. You'll soon find yourself sinking all of these putts on the practice green, and on the course too, building your confidence, and lowering your scores.

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Thanks to: Ken Black - Ottawa - Canada - rec.:Dec 19, 2002 - pub.:Feb 13, 2003 - sent.:Jun 9, 2015
Stance #790

Poor alignment is the single most destructive area for players of all levels. There are two main elements to be considered when lining up a golf shot. First and foremost is the target line (the line that the golf club is actually on. Secondly -- the stance line, also known as the body line. Both are important, but the stance line must always be determined first by the target line if the stance line is to have any true meaning.

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Thanks to: Francis - Lombard - USA. - rec.:Nov 18, 2002 - pub.:Nov 26, 2002 - sent.:Mar 21, 2018
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