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Lauren Coughlin: How to Make the Most of College Golf
Lauren Coughlin received her psychology degree from the University of Virginia last year and is now pursing a Masters Degree in Athletic Administration while starring on the UVA women’s golf team and interning in the college’s Football Operations office. Sound like a lot? It sure is, but as Coughlin reveals in this interview with Virginia Sports TV, it’s taught her to become good at time management, a skill she’ll be able to utilize in her career. READ MORE
Quick Tip: How High Should I Tee the Ball?
Golf is a matter of inches—or in the case of teeing up your ball, a matter of millimeters. If you tee the ball just a little bit too high or too low, it can have disastrous consequences for your shot. So what is the ideal tee height for your particular game? PGA professional Le Ann Finger has some easy-to-follow guidelines. READ MORE
Everything You Need to Know About Golf Cart Etiquette
Many golf courses today require that you take a golf cart — especially when you play in a tournament—and it’s important to be aware of the rules and etiquette of driving a cart. When you check in with the golf course staff, they will let you know the basic rules and safety of cart operation. Golf carts are designed for golfer safety as well as to protect the golf course turf (teeing ground, fairway and greens). READ MORE