CONFIDENCE COMES when you’re looking forward to what happens next, not thinking about what came before. To get some of that in your game this summer, I’m going to help you with three important shots—off the tee with the driver, from a basic greenside bunker and on the green. When you have more control over the clubface, a better impact point in the sand and a clear visual of the best line for your putts, you’re going to shoot lower scores.
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INDUSTRY IDENTITIES AND A FORMER SIX NATIONS STAR AMONG THE BIG NAMES ROLLED OUT FOR THE EAGL’S SUMMER DRESS-REHEARSAL
Year of the Comeback
Tour pros of all ages are rediscovering their mojo
THE GOLF STAYCATION PERFECTED
Golf Digest Middle East’s inaugural Play & Stay is coming to Radisson Dubai DAMAC Hills and Trump Dubai
THE GENIUS OF JORDAN
HE WANTED A CONFIDENT, RELIABLE SWING. HE FOUND IT IN A CLEVER WAY
The Nairn Golf Club
Think you could carry a 40-pound bag for a living?
DRIVE BLAST PUTT
THREE WAYS TO RAISE YOUR GAME
Get Set - Ball-striking success starts at address
AMATEURS OFTEN STAND OVER THE BALL with their feet too wide apart. I understand the appeal—they want to feel more stable throughout the swing, and a wider stance seems a logical way to achieve that.
It’s hot but that’s no excuse not to warm-up before every round and range session
Our monthly guide to taming the region’s stroke index 1 holes has gone off-piste. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club professional Matthew Brookes heads to arguably the toughest finishing hole in Middle East golf
AMAZON AXES FREE GROCERY DELIVERY ON PRIME ORDERS UNDER $150
Amazon is axing free grocery delivery for Prime members on orders less than $150.
IMSA TAKES NORTH AMERICAN SPORTS CARS INTO HYBRID ERA
The Cadillac growls, while the Porsche and BMW scream. The Acura sounds like an Indy car, and for fun, turn your back to the track and listen carefully as the cars roar around Daytona International Speedway in a new era of IMSA sports car racing.
NEVADA SAYS TESLA'S POSSIBLE TAX BREAKS STAY SECRET, FOR NOW
The details of any potential tax breaks for Tesla’s $3.6 billion expansion of its Nevada factory will remain secret until late February, under a nondisclosure agreement that state officials signed with the electric carmaker.
BOEING BIDS FAREWELL TO AN ICON.DELIVERS LAST 747 JUMBO JET
Boeing bid farewell to an icon this week, delivering its final 747 jumbo jet as thousands of workers who helped build the planes over the past 55 years looked on.
CHEATERS BEWARE: CHATGPT MAKER RELEASES AI DETECTION TOOL
The maker of ChatGPT is trying to curb its reputation as a freewheeling cheating machine with a new tool that can help teachers detect if a student or artificial intelligence wrote that homework.
AFTER TESLA PRICE CUT, FORD FOLLOWS SUIT WITH MUSTANG MACH-E
Ford is cutting prices on its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV by as much as $6,000 just weeks after market leader Tesla took similar steps.
GOOGLE HAS THE NEXT MOVE AS MICROSOFT EMBRACES OPENAI BUZZ
Before the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT was unleashed into the world, the novelist Robin Sloan was testing a similar AI writing assistant built by researchers at Google.
COURT UPHOLDS MINNESOTA 'CLEAN CAR RULE' TIED TO CALIFORNIA
The Minnesota Court of Appeals this week upheld the state’s “Clean Car Rule,” which ties the state’s vehicle emission standards to California regulations, as judges accepted assurances that California’s planned phaseout of gasoline-powered cars won’t automatically apply in Minnesota.
EU OFFICIAL PUSHES MUSK FOR TWITTER'S PROGRESS ON NEW RULES
A top European Union official told Elon Musk that Twitter needs to make progress in preparing for a new law aimed at curbing hate speech, misinformation and other harmful content, adding pressure on the company to ensure it complies.
Apple Search The efforts to replace and surpass the Google service
As Apple increasingly looks to find ways to boost its services revenue and encourage customers to move away from exploitative ad-backed platforms like Facebook, the firm is reportedly on the verge of announcing its own supercharged search engine to rival Google.