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Why Use a Golf Ball Flight Monitor?

Golf ball flight monitors help golfers understand their capabilities with golf clubs, from Driver through SW. The Radar uses an integrated Doppler-radar transceiver, and displays your shot data instantly, helping you understand the impact of your swing. Radar outputs ball velocity, carry or total distance, session average ball velocity and average distance. Watch this month's video golf tip to learn more about the benefits of using a golf ball flight monitor . . .

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September 2009: Stay off your toes!

Women and Junior golfers in particular often have a tendency to get up on their toes as they follow through, resulting in thin shots and a loss of power. Find out the easy solution in this month's Mel In Motion Video Golf Tip. You'll really appreciate the simple effectiveness of this one . . .

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May 2009: The Hips Don’t Lie!

Many golfers don't realize just how much their body moves when putting. In this month's Mel in Motion video golf tip, Mel provides us with a helpful drill you can do on the putting green, or at your home or office, that will help minimize body movement and give you tremendous improvements with your putting stroke . . .

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March 2009: Keeping It Straight For a Lifetime of Back Pain-Free Golf

Primarily aimed at younger golfers, this month's Mel In Motion video golf tip dissects lower back arch and spine alignment to reinforce the need to keep a straight back for a lifetime of back pain-free golf.

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