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August 11, 2005 Free Articles

Getting Your Hands Through the Ball at Impact

Have you ever thought about what your hands and forearms are actually doing at the moment of impact? If not, please give this a try because it's one of the most important parts of the swing. The Simple Golf Swing explains this move, and others, in much more detail.

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The Cost/Benefit Analysis

There is a very useful method that many accountants use called "The cost/benefit analysis". You may be familiar with it. The analysis is done to cut the company costs that do not provide a specific benefit. It's done on all the different costs of the company, and then the accountants can then analyze which costs provide a lot of benefit, versus which costs provide little benefit. Then quite simply, the costs that provide little benefit are cut.

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A Word on Your Finish

The goal of the golf swing is to make solid impact with the ball. I think that everyone would agree there. However, don't get neglect a proper follow-through because the ball is already gone. You can actually correct many of the problems with your swing by analyzing your finish.

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Experiment with a Weak Grip

In my experience, a weaker grip adds power and height to the average golfer's shot. I recommend at least experimenting with this grip. When you take your grip, V's should be created between the thumb and pointer finger of your right and left hand.

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How to Eliminate Your Golf Slice Quickly

Chances are that you have battled with a slice at some point in your golfing days. To be completely direct with you, dealing with a slice really sucks. It hurts your golf game in many more ways than one.

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Michael O. Brickell, Holistic Junction's Visionary Extraordinaire

Michael O. Brickell, CEO of Holistic Junction has been the driving force behind the revolutionary site, Holistic Junction -- geared toward positive community awareness; a portal to alternative & holistic education, and a plethora of healthcare information resources and the arts. I had an opportunity to speak candidly with Michael and asked him what inspired him, and why he wanted to create an online holistic journal with such a wide array of topics:

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The Cure for a Fat Shot

When you've got it in your head that you have to hit the ball hard to get it there, it's natural tendency to start your downswing with the hips in an effort to "really get into the ball". That may work in baseball, but not in golf.

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How To Achieve The Proper Golf Swing

Every golfer wants to know the magic secret to achieving the proper golf swing. One that is repeatable and produces results.

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Eldercare Caregiving Training Provided by A Good Daughter

Olga Brunner, founder of A Good Daughter, Inc., (www.agooddaughter.com), based in Margate, FL, has assembled a team of eldercare experts including Mary Lynne Beringer, R.N., who received her CDP (Certification as a Dementia Professional) this month.

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Engineer-to-Order Manufacturers Competitive Strategies Revealed in Automation.com

Competitive strategies of ETO manufacturers revealed in Automation.com.

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MLM Training- The 5 Biggest Reasons People Fail in MLM Recruiting

Do you know the 5 biggest reasons people fail in Network Marketing recruiting? Are you making them? Read on!

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Sleep Apnea – A Surprisingly Common Childhood Disorder

Sleep apnea is often believed to effect only adults. In fact it is also a very common disorder in children, affecting up to 2 million children in the United States alone.

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In Business Planning, Competition is Good

When developing the competition section of your business plan, companies must define competition correctly, select the appropriate competitors to analyze, and explain its competitive advantages.

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