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The top four things I would change in the golf industry (Viewed: 54)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on October 26, 2012 @ 4:00 pm

The top four things I would change in the Golf Industry1. Educating the public that one of the worst things you can do is get your golf knowledge through internet, magazines, DVD’s, TV ect. Your best source is your local golf pro.These tips you receive :: continue

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The Five Levels of Custom Club Fitting (Viewed: 285)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on August 27, 2012 @ 4:05 pm

Many golfers do not know of the vast differences in custom club fitting. All club fitters do not use the same technology, techniques, and knowledge; consequently, standards in club fitting are very different across the industry. To help :: continue

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The Importance of Club Building (Viewed: 1685)
Posted by Andy Thompson on June 18, 2012 @ 4:00 pm

No golfer swings the club exactly the same way. Different swings, body types, and abilities are the primary reasons why club-fitting is so important. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile to fit each player properly. However, when it comes down :: continue

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Change is in the Air (Viewed: 2663)
Posted by Andy Thompson on June 12, 2012 @ 3:00 pm

Spring is in the air and with it has come a spike of activity this year a month ahead of schedule for Totally Driven. The warm weather has aided the flurry, but the real impact is due to the many new products and exciting changes taking place at Totally :: continue

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Flexibility: How it impacts your golf game. (Viewed: 326)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on May 1, 2012 @ 4:44 pm

The question is – why do we lose distance as we age? Loss of flexibility is common with aging. Why? With aging comes joint weakness and shortening of tendons and ligaments. This reduces joint range of motion by as much as 25%. Imagine yourself as :: continue

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Bubba’s Big Win at the Masters (Viewed: 34)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on April 13, 2012 @ 4:53 pm

Coffee table talk all around the world today is about how Bubba Watson won the Masters. How about that shot he created, executed and won under pressure on the second playoff hole? Yes, simply incredible. As Annika Sorenstam tweeted live from the Masters, :: continue

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Focus for Golf - How & Why (Viewed: 54)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on May 3, 2011 @ 4:59 pm

Focus... what does it mean for golf? Have you heard someone say, “I had a great round today, I was really focused.” Or maybe you have had that round yourself where you felt like you couldn’t do anything wrong. You had confidence standing over every :: continue

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My AimPoint Green-Reading Experience (Viewed: 41)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on April 26, 2011 @ 5:10 pm

AimPoint Green Reading Technology is the one and only true green reading system. How do you read greens? Have you ever taken a lesson on green reading? AimPoint will transform your game by teaching you the one aspect of putting that is not taught. You :: continue

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Golf Distance Improvement (Viewed: 6266)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on January 7, 2011 @ 5:25 pm

Most players would love to hit the ball further. It’s ego driven, fun and helps you score better on the golf course. Unfortunately, many golfers have no idea (or sometimes uninformed ideas) on how to hit the ball further. At Totally Driven we work with :: continue

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Two Different Kinds of Balance for Golf (Viewed: 1635)
Posted by Lynn Anderson on December 20, 2010 @ 5:35 pm

As a golf instructor I am quite familiar with looking for balance in the golf swing. Good balance in the golf swing is easy to see and poor balance is just as readily visible. There is another type of balance that is very important to playing good golf. :: continue

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