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“Train Your Aim.”

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Even though the name gives you a pretty good idea, Hardy talked with the man behind the device, David Keller, about how he took an idea scribbled on a Post-it note and turned it into an actual putting training tool.

Good for any club, righties or lefties, and you guessed it — it’s available now!

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What do golf professionals do in the off months?

Some head south, while others like the Milton Hoosic Club’s Todd Cook get busy with some inclement weather-friendly activities.

Hardy and Todd talk about his work with PGA Junior League and the Marina Bay Sportsplex, where golfers can participate in a number of activities to keep them busy if the snow puts an end to the season.

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Nine hole courses are becoming more and more common, but South Weymouth’s Weathervane Golf Club has a couple of twists.

Golfers can play from one of FIVE sets of tees, and there’s an entire separate facility for practice and indoor play; the Weathervane Golf Academy in Hingham.

Hardy gets all the info courtesy of Weathervane’s head professional Bill Murphy.

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What would the final edition of the Sports Hub Golf Club be without a final visit to Golfsmith in Watertown?

A big mistake, as it turns out.

General manager Steve Show talked to Hardy about the importance of year-end club maintenance, and gives some good tips for year round equipment upkeep.

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