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Find The Sweet Spot in Your Golf Swing Every Time

This year’s Ryder Cup was one of the most exciting in years. Using nearly picture perfect golf swings. We can learn about the Cup’s players—European and American—is that these golfers are all great ballstrikers. Time and time again they struck the ball solidly. Ballstriking is no accident. It comes from hitting the sweet spot almost The post Find The Sweet Spot in Your Golf Swing Every Time appeared first on How To Break 80.
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