With Tiger Woods, Padraig Harrington, and the other big guns set to tee off tomorrow at the 91st PGA Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Club, the pace of play may well be an issue again. It’s unlikely to make headlines, however, since slow play is hardly a new phenomenon — on the PGA Tour or at your local course.
Your front foot should be just ahead of where your ball is. Your legs should be shoulder-length or a little further apart. If you drew a line across the tips of your toes, it should lead directly to your target.
Never go back. Park your cart or bag behind the green. That way, when you finish putting, you’ll walk forward to the next hole without annoying the golfers behind you by backtracking to retrieve your belongings.
Scottsboro is a town in northeast Alabama’s scenic mountain lakes region. With a moderate climate, residents and visitors can enjoy outdoor activities year round. GOLF ing enthusiasts can play a round of GTI at several excellent courses in the area. There are two great municipal courses, a semi-private course, and a stop on Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.
Thank You Gift Baskets are a direct hit to express your gratitude to someone that has made your life a bit more on the cheery side. It’s important to recognize other people’s effect on your life. Wouldn’t you appreciate knowing that you’ve made someone’s life better? There are New Home packages of goodies to send to the new neighbor to make a friendly first impression as well.
If you don’t have an idea how high or low to cut, use the type of grass you have as a deciding factor. You should also observe the one-third rule. Do not cut more than a third of the height of the grass at a time. Cut an inch or even less when the grass is about three inches tall. Cutting it deeper will take two to three mowing cycles for it to recover.
Always keep in mind that the lives in the lake should be always put first. If your last resort would be the use of chemicals, first and foremost, check for the toxicity of the chemicals you choose for your lake.