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John Ritter

Short Game Tips
Sharpen Your Short Game

Don't hit your 60. Hit your 12.

From The Archive
Ryder Cup Meltdown
Golf & Business: Be the Ballmer
Microsoft's Former CEO Is Crazy For Golf
Play Your Best: Shortcuts by Tom Watson
Dimple Solution

My dad's No. 1 tip still works

Golf-Cart DUI: What might seem funny—until it isn't

Have a few too many and take control of any motorized vehicle—boat, dirt bike, lawnmower—and you can get in a heap of trouble. Deep down, every good citizen knows this, but sometimes the arm of the law seems so far away.

Play Your Best: Shortcuts by Tom Watson
Shortcuts To Clutch Putting

Body English: Begging it in usually means you didn't play enough break

Local Knowledge
Mission Impossible: A Golf-Course Date

Seven ways to make sure it ends with a kiss and not a kiss-off

lesson tee
The New Thing On Tour

This short-game secret will work even better for you

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