How To Play Your Best In The Wind

By SwingxSwing
Tuesday January 10th, 2017 8:33 am EST

Regardless of where you live, golf’s offseason brings more wind into play in every golf locale. Whether you’re in a warmer, southern climate or trying to sneak a few holes in up north, accounting for the wind is a very real obstacle. Mark Crossfield explains what adjustments you have to make to play your best in windy conditions.

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