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Practice at Home: 3 Ways to Boost Your Golf Game

Practice at Home: 3 Ways to Boost Your Golf Game

Unfortunately, chances are strong that you don't have a multi-acre, immaculate, private practice facility in your backyard like the one Tiger Woods has. (Heck, he's practically the only professional golfer with that sweet a setup). But that doesn't mean you can't practice at home. Here are three ideas for using parts of your living space in the eternal quest to shave strokes off your handicap.

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9 Best Golf Bags for your Next Round

9 Best Golf Bags for your Next Round

Although it is often overlooked, the golf bag is an important piece of golf equipment and should not be ignored. In a lot of ways, a golf bag is like the façade of the golfer's house: It gives others a palpable first impression of the gear and skill within. The type of golf bag you carry can say a lot about you.

Shopping for a new golf bag? Our golf experts at Golf Academy of America have compiled a list of some of the best golf bags out there:

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5 Golf Apps to Improve Your Game

5 Golf Apps to Improve Your Game

Usually when you hear of a tour player "phoning it in," there's a pretty good chance he or she is just trying to muddle through a tough first two rounds before missing the cut at a tournament.

At Golf Academy of America, we embrace using technology to improve your golf game. Here are five of the best golf apps you can download on your smartphone that can help you become a better player.

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3 Thoughts To Help You Choose Your Next Set Of Irons

3 Thoughts To Help You Choose Your Next Set Of Irons

You may drive for show and putt for dough, but your irons are the workhorses in your golf bag. They may not get the glory, but they produce a far more varied array of shots over the course of a round and a season than your woods or flatstick. That's why you need to do your due diligence as you look for your next set.

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Brand-New Big Sticks: 2015's Best Drivers


Jordan Spieth may have taken the golf world by storm this year by making seemingly every important putt, but the ability to drive the ball remarkable distances is still a huge source of glory in the game. Whether on the PGA Tour (embodied by the likes of Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson) or just around your home course, players love watching bombers bomb the ball almost as much as they aspire to become bombers themselves.

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3 Tough Golf Shots Made Easy

Three Tough Golf Shots Made Easy

One reason golf intrigues us so much is because there are so many factors that contribute to hitting a good shot. Even if you hit a good shot, additional contributing factors could still force you into a bad situation: Distance. Lie. Wind. Stance. Trees. Sand. Water. Speed of the green.

There’s another big factor - your mind. Was your last shot awful? Was it awesome? Do you need a birdie to get back into contention? Did you hit a bad shot the last time you used this club? Even a regular shot can drive you crazy if you let it.

So how can you increase your confidence when making some of the more difficult golf shots? Golf Academy of America has a few tips to make these tough shots a little less daunting.

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