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Tips For Her: Feel the clubhead

<i>Editor's note: Each week, Megan Padua, a teaching professional at Maidstone Club (East Hampton, N.Y.) and Belfair Plantation (Bluffton, S.C.), and one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, offers tips and advice for women golfers.</i><p><b>By Megan Padua</b><p>This is my favorite drill to improve your understanding …

Head Down? Not Quite...

Give yourself room<p>One of the worst clichés I hear is that you've got to keep your head down during the backswing. Too much of that (<i>above, left</i>) leads to the shoulder bouncing off the chin, and a shoulder tilt instead of a good shoulder turn (<i>above, right</i>). The same is true through impact. Too much …

Golf

Got aches, pains? Golf Pain Away says it has answers

<b>By John Strege</b><p>Can it be this easy, to eliminate or lessen aches and pains with an all-natural roll-on? Yes, it can, according to those at Golf Pain Away.<p>An Australian, Ralph Linford, developed the product, which is marketed there under the brand name Elmore Oil. "It's one of the leading brands of …

Golf's Greatest Streaks

Game Golf will track statistical data for you

<b>By John Strege</b><p>Statistical data conceivably could help anyone improve their golf, but taking the time and trouble to gather it is problematic. Until now.<p>A software engineer from Ireland, John McGuire, CEO of Active Mind Technology, has developed a system by which the data is collected for you.<p>Game …

A golf motion sensor to analyze putting strokes

<b>By John Strege</b><p>The growing motion sensor segment in golf heretofore has focused virtually entirely on the full swing, but 3Bays, which itself began with a full-swing motion sensor, has now applied its technology to analysis of the putting stroke.<p>The 3BaysGSA Putt device weighs a third of an ounce …

China, Vietnam Clash Over Disputed Islands

China is once again at odds with a maritime neighbor over disputed islands, this time — as often — leading to a little shooting and a lot of posturing.<p>The latest confrontation is with Vietnam over the mostly uninhabited Paracel Islands in the South China Sea. Hanoi has accused Beijing's forces of …

Watch The Macintosh Feature In Eighties Computer Talk Show

- Mar 29, 2013<p><i>Computer Chronicles</i> used to be a computer talk show on local television in the San Francisco Bay Area. It proved popular so it expanded …

The One Mac App You Should Install Right Now On Our All-New CultCast

Look, every once in a while a Mac app comes along that’s so incredibly useful, it becomes one of those rare staple apps no Mac should go without. On this week’s CultCast, we’ll introduce you to the incredibly talented Alfred, and reveal all the time-saving totally amazing feats this little bit of …

Apps

Kim Jong Un Uses An iMac

- Mar 29, 2013<p>Well, it seems that the downfall of the US is being plotted on an iMac by Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader. NK News even reports …

Apple “Pushing Hard” For Summer iRadio Launch [Rumor]

Apple has been rumored to release a Spotify-like music streaming service for quite some time, but complicated licensing negations with the record labels have kept the product at bay. Multiple reports from this year alone have suggested that Apple is finally starting to gain momentum; it seems clear …

Licensing

Realistic iOS 7 Concept Shows Redesigned Multitasking (Video)

- Mar 29, 2013<p>While this might not show the groundbreaking change to layout, appearance or feel that iOS needs, this iOS 7 concept is definitely …

Denial of Service Prank Crashing iMessage App for Targeted Developers

<i>The Next Web</i> is reporting that a group of iOS developers has been targeted with a series of rapid-fire messages on iMessage, creating a sort of denial-of-service (DoS) attack that crashes the iMessage app.<p>Grant Paul, one of the targeted iOS developers explains how the attack worked:<p>“What’s …

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