Huntsville, AL - A new study by the Golf Institute of Alabama has found that golfers who remove their clubs from the bag before swinging score 80% better than golfers who don't.
"We hypothesized that there would be improvement without the bag, but we never expected 80%," said lead researcher Philip Woods.
The 10-month project followed 900 golfers throughout the summer. The results were clear. Golfers who took the time to remove their clubs before swinging consistently outperformed bagged golfers by 80%.
"I've been golfing since I was 15," said one man we interviewed. "I wish I'd known this 50 years ago."
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