If you have come to this page, chances are high that you no longer need those typical golf tips recommended on golf websites. As an experienced golfer you are probably looking for some very specialized information distilled from authoritative sources covering all the aspects of the game. That is exactly the kind of articles we have selected for you on this page.

The lower your handicap, the more vital it is not to compromise your game by the wrong type of work-out. The following article explains how to correctly weight-train for golf. A rehearsal of some basic recommendations will also help you to avoid back pain while playing golf.

Another aspect of the game that is often underestimated, even among top golfers, is the mental game. Even the most experienced golfers can feel their self-confidence sink into their golf shoes or see their inner personality traits interfere in their golf game. As Timothy Gallway puts it in The Game of Golf:
"Even the masters of the game, from the venerable Jack Nicklaus to the wunderkind Tiger Woods, must battle their mental demons to excel in the crucible of competition. How do they maintain concentration under pressure? How do they avoid the mental and physical tensions that can sabotage any shot, from the simplest putt to a demanding drive?" Read the following article about the Mental game of golf and learn how to save important points on your score card.

You may also want to have a look at our selection of Golf Psychology Books. They provide specific ways for golfers of all levels to improve the concentration and confidence in order to prevent their negative thoughts and insecurities from hijacking their best instincts and their score.

Some fundamental aspects of the game may become even more neglected the more a player progresses. While top players may be tempted to always play their 'best shot', a correct evaluation of the course may sometimes tell you that it would be safer to play a bogey. Course management is the part of the game that will help you evaluate risks and rewards, then make the right decision: curve the ball and manage trajectory when you need to, handle serious lies and situations on the course; cope with poor weather conditions. Course management is the strategic aspect of the game that will help you to position the ball in a spot to make the next shot easier.

Last but not least, regular inspection and cleaning of your golf clubs is fundamental to keep your game at the same level. See golf club inspection, cleaning of the golf club grips, cleaning club shafts, cleaning club heads.

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