April 17, 2014

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Learn about the homes at Mallard’s Edge – Sponsored Post

Mallards Edge - People deserve to love where they live.

If you have ever played Mallard Creek Golf Club in Columbia Station, you have noticed the beautiful scenery surrounding the golf course. McConnell Excavating and Palmer Development, both at the pinnacle of their respective industries, have come together and decided to expand those beautiful surroundings to offer Northeast Ohio a unique living opportunity. The name Read More…

Driving the golf ball farther…

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[Editor's Note: The following article was written by Todd Casabella, Director of Instruction at Grey Hawk Golf Club in Lagrange. Todd is a member of the Professional Golfers' Association of America and a TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructor.] No one is content with how far they drive the golf ball. It doesn’t matter if you Read More…

The Importance of Getting Started With Golf at a Young AGE

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Kids today are not as active as the generations before them.  There are a few reasons for the lack of physical activity, but to me the most obvious reason is TECHNOLOGY.  Video games, movies, music, YouTube, Facebook, and texting are the first few forms of technology that come to my mind.  Kids these days are Read More…

The Best Gambling Games for the Golf Course

Whether you are a high handicapper or a scratch golfer, gambling on the golf course is something that can be enjoyable for everyone.  Gambling on the golf course is fun for different people for different reasons.  I personally feel that it adds importance to each shot.  For someone that has played some competitive golf, putting Read More…

Short Game Practicing

The next time you play, I want you to record how many shots you take outside of 100 yards, and record how many shots you take within 100 yards of the pin. You will immediately realize the importance of practicing your short game. If you are trying to shave strokes off of your score, then Read More…

Making Short Putts

I was once told by an instructor that if you hit every green but you three putt every hole you are a bogey golfer, and if you miss every green and one putt you are a scratch golfer.  That definitely puts the importance of putting into perspective.  Short putts should be the easiest shot on Read More…

Getting Through A “Blow-Up Hole”

How many of you have said this after a round of golf? “If it wasn’t for that one bad hole, I would have posted a good score today”. It is a FACT that every single golfer in the history of the world has at some point in their life had a “blow-up hole.” You can Read More…

Allow Myself To Introduce…Myself

I want to introduce myself to all the Missing Links Golf Page readers.  First off, let me say that I hope the Missing Links will provide you with all the information that you need to make your golf season a success.  More importantly I think this is going to be a place for you to Read More…

Bad Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect

It’s the beginning of the golf season, and if you are like me it’s the time of the year when after you play 18 you say to yourself, “You need to hit the range.”  I always seem to play well the first round of the year.  The game is fresh, my enthusiasm, and the simple Read More…

Five Ways To Make Your Upcoming Golf Season A Success

The dreadful winter we have been experiencing is slowly coming to an end.  In the next few weeks, Clevelanders are going to be putting away their winter jackets and snow shovels and replacing them with bathing suits, lawn mowers, and most importantly bringing their golf bags up from the dusty basement. The beginning of the Read More…