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(Barrington, IL,) - Finally there is a place where average golfers can go to get some tips that will help them lower their scores. So many of the existing golf advice sites only address the single digit handicap players. GolfAdvicePro.com not only has tips to improve the average golfer, but will feature submissions from them as well. The site is colorful and informative. It works well on all platforms, including mobile devices. Find some last second advice before you tee off or get a golf joke; the website is easy to navigate.
There are announcements about new and redesigned golf courses as well as reviews offered under the Course Review section. Most courses brag about the length from the tips (pro tees), but this section will dig into the “white” tees and how the course plays from there. When most average golfers (and most everyone is average, hence the term) play a new course, the shorter the distance, the more enjoyable the round. With shorter distances, comes higher accuracy clubs into the greens. Instead of 5 irons, 8 or 9 irons sounds much more appealing to weekend golfers. Tip: Before teeing off on a new course, the golfer should look hole by hole on the score card; a shorter set of tees will set up a new set of risk versus rewards shots. Maybe a par 4 is drivable, maybe a par 3 island green wouldn’t take the golfer’s best shot to achieve a ball staying on the green. Course Reviews will also provide playback for cost versus fun ratio, is the course worth the price?
Golf Jokes are a staple of the game. All who play golf should be prepared with one or two every round. Submissions will be accepted; obviously they must be at a PG-13 rating.
Joke: Arnold Palmer is playing in a big tournament and comes to a 235 yard par-3.
After some deliberation, he takes out his 3 iron and sails the ball 20 feet over the pin and backs it up to within 3 feet of the pin.
A fan in the crowd said "Mr. Palmer, how do you make a 3 iron back up like that?"
Mr. Palmer replied, "Do you own a 3 iron?"
The fan said, "Yes, sir I do."
"How far do you hit it?" said Palmer.
About 160 yards was his reply.
Palmer calmly said, "What the hell do you want it to back up for?
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