Make the Most of Your Time in the Off-Season

What are you working on now to get better for [next yearโ€™s] Golf Season? If your goal is to play College Golf someday, you need time to develop your game and raise it to a higher level. The fall and winter months are busy with homework and shortened days, so time management for improving your golf game can be difficult. But if you think you are strapped for time now, wait until you get to college. Even though these months are busy, it is a great time to look at ways to take your game to the next level.

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Practice…Practice…Practice!

by Abbey Algiers

Players of the 21st century seem destined to break through boundaries as never before. Prior to 1980, only one player, Al Geiberger, ever shot a tournament score of 59 (13 under par), and only a handful of others shot 60. With the new millennium came a couple of unofficial 58s. Annika Sorenstam, the only woman to have shot a tournament 59, had publicly declared her goal to shoot a 54; it has become her mantra and the mantra of many. It is quite obvious a new standard is being set.

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