The game doesn't have to be ignored during the coldest months

Winter golf
If you live in a part of the world where your snow shovel needs regular maintenance, it is inevitable to feel a tinge of disappointment when the air takes on a certain bite. Our goal isn't to try to convince you that golf in the winter is easy. But what we do hope to underscore is that they are months that can be a productive, even enjoyable, time for your game. Whether it's staying loose indoors, layering up for a round in frigid temperatures, or hopping a plane south for a snowbird getaway, let this be the guide to your best golf winter yet.
Winter golf: Max Adler - Cold Weather Compromise
Filling the void of the winter months with another pastime and a new commitment to practice.

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Power-Up Your Swing
Just because the course is snowed over, doesn't mean you can't work on your game. Here's an offseason program that will have you ready when it's time to break out the sticks come spring.

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Jump Start Your Game
This Winter

Even if you don't have access to a heated range, there are plenty of things you can do to get your game ready for next season.

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Winter golf: Fitness Videos
Improve your levels of energy, from the opening tee shot to the last putt, with this work-out series from Mark Verstegen, founder of the Athletes' Performance Institute and fitness centers.

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College Golf

Northern Exposure

College golf programs located in cold climates are becoming more competitive on a national stage thanks to indoor facilities.

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