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How to Avoid Shanking the Golf Ball

Posted on: March 15th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Golf Advice from Shane LeBaron If you’re a golfer who shanks the golf ball, one of the worst golf shots we can have, we need to fix it and we need to fix it now. If you shank the golf ball, the reason this happens is because the golf club is stuck too far behind […]

Hitting Out of the Sand with a Buried Lie

Posted on: March 11th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Golf Tips from Shane LeBaron, Plane Truth Performance Center Today we’re going to talk about how to get out of the buried bunker lie. The shot is a little easier than most people think, but the first thing you need to understand is that this shot is not designed to be a perfect golf shot. […]

How to Fix a Chop Slice in Golf

Posted on: March 5th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Quick Golf Tip from Shane LeBaron We’re here today to fix your chop slice. If you’re a chop slicer, your golf club is working too far out and across your body, chopping and swinging across and to the left (for a right handed golfer). To stop the chop slice, we need to get your golf […]

Putting Drill to Make More Birdie Putts

Posted on: March 4th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

We’re here today to talk about how you can become a better putter. Over the years of playing in tournaments with amateur golfers, especially in Pro-Am’s, I’ve noticed that they quite often will make a putt for par or a par-saving putt, but if they have a putt of the same length for birdie, it […]

Sciatic Back Pain Exercises & Stretches

Posted on: December 26th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | 1 Comment

Golf can be a difficult game to master as it is, but when you couple it with sciatic back pain, things can go downhill in a hurry. Pain in the sciatica is commonly caused by damage to the sciatic nerve, found in the lower spine region. There are many causes of sciatic pain, so you […]

Golf Etiquette Tips for Business Professionals

Posted on: November 26th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Traditionally, when golfing casually, proper golf etiquette gets ignored quite a bit, getting replaced by language, manners and behavior that can be seen as crude and inappropriate when golfing with business clients or superiors. With that being said, here’s a quick rundown on golf etiquette tips during professional business meetings: Get There Early Whether you […]

Golf Tips: Hitting Out of the Rough

Posted on: November 21st, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Raise your hand if you hit the fairway with every single tee shot. If your hand is raised, feel free to stop reading this now. For the rest of us, hitting out of the rough is inevitable. With that in mind, let’s discuss how to become more effective when hitting out of the tall grass. […]

How to Putt Better from 3 Feet Out

Posted on: November 21st, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Does anything hurt worse than missing a 3-foot putt for par…or worse yet, a birdie?  Let’s be honest, there’s never a scenario that missing a simple 3-footer feels good.  For as tricky as those short putts can be, when you back up a couple of feet, things can really start to get interesting. Let’s discuss […]

The Wigwam Voted Best In-Town Resort in Phoenix Area

Posted on: May 30th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

We’d like to thank all who voted in azcentral.com’s “Best Of” Reader’s Choice Awards.  We are thrilled to announce that the Wigwam Resort was selected as the “Best In-Town Resort” in the Phoenix metropolitan area. According to the article: The Wigwam has welcomed families to its 440-acre property for decades. In 2011, it completed a […]

Golf Now Review

Posted on: April 9th, 2012 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Playable Red golf course is a standout at Wigwam Resort in Phoenix PHOENIX — Playing golf in Arizona can be a daunting task. The desert and golf balls don’t get along, and many of the state’s top courses seem to believe a fairway is defined as “a narrow strip of grass between 20,000 cacti.” That’s […]