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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Golf Tips from Jenna Jameson

Adult film star Jenna Jameson may not be best known for her golf game, but she does offer these tips to you fairway fanatics. (These are actual golf tips from the pros, if they sound dirty blame it on Jenna).

Tip #1: Chip Shots - Get the shaft as vertical as you can,you will be standing close to your ball and very up right. Now go ahead and use your putting stroke. This shot works well when you are up against the fringe or from hard pan.

Tip #2: The Grip - It is easy to overlook the importance of this aspect of your equipment. Many golfers that want more length have old, worn out, slippery grips which almost guarantees that their hands will be too tight. Make sure your grips are either new, clean, tacky or textured in some way. If they're made of rubber and aren't very old you can usually rejuvenate them with warm water and dish soap, abrasive cleanser, or even sand paper.

Tip #3: Aim Your Feet - If a player wants to hit the target, he must aim his feet parallel to the hole. This means they must aim their feet left of the target, NOT AT THE TARGET. Your feet are not going into the hole so don't aim them at it. Your feet, hips and shoulders must aim parallel (and left) of the target. This will allow you to swing around your body and at the target without your body getting in the way.

Tip #4: Releasing Your Hands - Straight shots are a result of proper hand rotation through impact. In the back swing the club head should be opening up to the point where the leading edge (the bottom of the face) points straight up. We then cock the wrists to create some energy to be released through impact. We keep our wrist cocked until our hands are almost over the ball as we come in to strike it. We then start our release by uncocking the wrists. The head will then go from the leading edge pointing up position, or toe up position, to squaring up the blade to the target at impact, to the toe of the club point up on the follow through side of impact when the shaft is parallel to the ground.

I bet you've got a lot of stories about your ball landing in the road...


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