Water hazards probably account for more penalty strokes than anything else in golf. But water hazards–as dealt with under Rule 26–often lead to controversy when interpreting the rule. So I’m careful to review the topic in my golf lessons and discuss it in my golf tips. The controversy stems from interpreting where the ball last…

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Slicing the ball is a common problem among golfers. A slice is when the ball travels from one direction to the other [depending on the left or right-handedness of the golfer], generally not in the direction you want it to go. This contrariness of the ball not to go straight toward the hole is the…

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