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Page 8 of 9 San Diego Things To Do

Here are some common drills that you can practice at home without your mind focusing on hitting a ball.
Tension in my opinion is possibly one of the worst flaws a golfer can include in their swing.
Walking La Jolla
As visitors to San Diego soon discover, those of us who live here are very active people.
It's important to provide you with a solid foundation of the basics and to motivate you to such an extent that you take on the responsibility to work on your game.
Did you know that you can't make a change in your swing until you know what it feels like?
Did you know it's not proper etiquette to stand on the intended line of putt, extending beyond the hole or behind the ball to see how the putt will break.
All my students will find it helpful to know why the golf ball flies as it does.
Here you will find a list of terms, golf lingo and sayings, that you may hear around the golf course either on the lesson tee, practice range or on the links.
The GoCars are small, three-wheeled, open-air vehicles that provide computer/GPS guided tours, complete with a friendly narrator, whose voice tells you where to go...
There is one unwritten bylaw that should always be in the forefront of your mind: common courtesy.
I only visited with the owner of the shop, Jesse Ramirez, for a few minutes.
There’s plenty of time to sit, relax, enjoy the food, dance, and take in the breathtaking skyline views.
An interview with Steve Mast of Mast Surfboards.
You can hear Jeff every afternoon on KGB – 101.5 FM for the daily surf report. Also, you can get a daily recorded surf report by calling 858-268-1015

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