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We all have room to improve. Here are some tips for improving your golf game.

The PACER Single Rider Golf Cart in the Midst of Social Distancing

The PACER Single Rider Golf Cart in the Midst of Social Distancing

Are you itching to get back on the course, but at the same time experiencing anxiety on how you can safely enjoy the game again? Well, you’re in luck! Vantage TAG Systems has recently introduced a new program for all golf courses that are looking to re-open and restore their revenue during COVID-19 social distancing …

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Strengthen These Muscle Groups to Improve Your Swing

Strengthen These Muscle Groups to Improve Your Swing

Your posture is very important to get your golf swing “on par.” It will help you make solid contact. Weak contact drives high golf handicaps. Three areas of the body—the abdominals, the glutes and the oblique muscles greatly influence your posture at address. If you strengthen them, you’ll prevent injury and make better contact. Below …

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Get Flexible

Get Flexible

6 Tips to Get Flexible to Improve Your Swing Flexibility helps you do three key things: maintain your posture, rotate correctly, and execute an in-balance swing. Many overlook this element of the golf game, but it’s an important factor in your golf swing. If you want to improve your distance and outdrive your partners on …

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