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The Top 4 Unwritten Rules of Golf

The USGA rule book is one of the most quoted and feared books in the game of golf.  We all want to play by the rules but we don’t always want to know if we are breaking any rules that result in stroke and distance. (Damn you OB and white stakes).  There are however unwritten rules of golf that are not written down but rather passed down.  These are the unwritten rules of golf my dad taught me.

Find the Beat to Your Golf Swing

Once I felt comfortable with the rhythm, I applied it to my swing.  On the first beat, the BOP, I started my swing. On the second beat, my backswing was half way done.  On the third beat, I completed my back swing and initiated the downswing.  On the fourth beat, I made contact and struck the ball in a smooth hit.  I let another bar play before setting up for another hit.

Should You Leave Your Golf Clubs in Your Trunk?

Some clubs are for special occasions like a lofty wedge or long-range wood. How often do you practice with these clubs or do you keep that 3 iron in the bag for Par 5s when you are 230 yards from the green to try for eagle? What is the percentage of success for that shot? Not trying to dwell on the negative but if you are depend on miracles each time you step up to the ball, you are asking a lot of yourself.

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