Golf

Natalie Gulbis Prepared to Play Bank of Hope Founders Cup in March

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From accomplishing an LPGA victory at the Evian Masters in 2007, to posing for the Sport Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2012 and becoming a FOX Sports reporter in 2015, Natalie Gulbis has made her mark as a successful professional golfer. Currently, she is a part of the LPGA golf tournament which will take place in Phoenix this March. AZFoothills.com had the pleasure of interviewing Natalie...

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Above Par: Unique Valley Resort Golf Experiences

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Beyond breathtaking views and expert design, these Valley resorts offer golf experiences and amenities that add an extra dose of fun or precision to your game. Whether you get to your tee via horseback or Segway or you spy some bobcats or don a kilt while playing, these one-of-a-kind offerings are pretty tee-rrific.

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Valley Resort Named "Premier Golf Resort"

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Congrats are in order to The Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park. The resort has been named to GOLF Magazine and Golf.com’s prestigious “Premier Resorts” rankings for 2016-17 – the biennial guide listing the greatest golf resort destinations in North America. A total of 112 golf resorts were named to either the Gold or Silver Medal categories.

The Wigwam’s Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed Patriot Golf Course is currently...

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Golf Swing Fault of the Week: "S" Posture

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There are 16 swing faults that can rob you of a great experience on the golf course. Swing faults can occur because of either a lack of skill or a lack of physical ability. I can help your lack of physical ability, while a teaching pro can help you improve your skills.

Here we review the "S" Posture, how it affects you golf swing...

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The Most Important Muscle for Swinging a Golf Club

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You might remember Tiger Woods withdrawing from the Farmers Insurance Open last year because of “deactivated glutes.” Many in the sports and golf world had their fun at the expense of Tiger and his glutes. Now, this is not written to defend whether or not Tiger experienced “deactivated glutes.”  The primary purpose is to emphasize that glute activation is paramount for the golf swing.

Weak or deactivated glutes can contribute to all of the swing faults. They are the biggest muscle group that connects the lower body to the core of...

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