View Video by Derek Hooper If, at address, you try to square your club (your club’s lie angle) to the ground, then join those of us who have been setting up incorrectly. This is one of those tips that requires a knowledge of golf science to explain the correct way to set your club’s lie
View Video by Derek Hooper One of the most frustrating shots in golf is when you take a big swing, top the ball and it dribbles down the fairway – also known as a walk-to (you don’t have to get in the cart for your next shot). If you are like most of us your
View Video by Kathleen Ekey When you think about the toughest shots in golf, what usually comes to mind are shots like a buried lie in the bunker, a fairway bunker shot, or a short sided pitch shot. But you seldom hear about what amounts to the toughest mental shot in golf – the first
View Video by David Pelz Golf certainly has it’s challenges. And there are times when the challenges seem greater than most. Take for example the shot where your ball is headed for the water, but luckily you stay up. That’s the good news. The bad news is you have no stance without falling into the
View Video by Rick Shiels Ever find yourself in a great position to get the next ball on the green, but you just don’t have enough fire power? You know your three wood is going to come up short, and the only thing left in the bag is your driver, so what should you do?
View Video by Chris Ryan If you watched the 2017 Travelers Championship then you saw some wonderful shots. Of course there was Spieth’s miraculous bunker shot to win the tournament, but there were also some very delicate shots from the deep rough around the green. And those shots are way more difficult for we everyday
View Video by Clay Ballard The golf swing is hard enough as it is; and if you have a reverse pivot it becomes almost impossible to hit good shots. You may not even know you have a reverse pivot, in which case it will be up to one of your buddies to point it out.
View Video by Clay Ballard One of the prettiest sights in golf is when you see a ball travel under a hundred yards, bounce a couple of times and then just check up near the hole. Unfortunately, we usually only get to see this beauty on TV. Our shots, when we do hit the green,
View Video by Keith Wood Which is your favorite club to chip with? Most of the guys I play with tend to always chip with the same club, and some will putt 20 feet off the green because they have no confidence in their chipping skills. To gain confidence in your chipping, you have to
View Video by Peter Dawson We’ve heard it over and over again, about how important good posture is to your golf swing. But did you know that the same is true for your putting stroke? I never gave it much thought, except for positioning my eyes so they are over the ball. And in all
View Video by David Nesbitt Hopefully, by now, you have mastered the Dream Swing for those 50, 60, 70 yard pitch shots. So now lets turn to those pesky little 25, 30, 40 yard shots. You could, of course, try and flop the ball up there with your trusty lob or sand wedge. But be
View Video by Golf72Swing Although this video is targeted to senior golfers, and back pain, I think much of what is said applies to everyday golfers of any age, and to your golf swing in general. The incidence of golf related back pain is reported to be somewhere between 18% and 60%, depending on which
View Video by Ben Hogan Every now and then your ball lands in a spot where the ground is wet. So, you take your normal stance, swing away and invariably you hit a fat shot. What makes it even worse, since the ground is wet, you take a huge divot and your ball lands way
View Video by Paul Wilson If you have back pain as a result of playing golf, you are not alone. A study conducted by the Stanford University School of Medicine, in the Journal of Applied Biomechanics, found that 26 percent to 52 percent of golf injuries affect the lower back region. One might naturally come
View Video by Tom Bertrand This video by Tom Bertrand, is a second hand tip that he says he got from John(?), who said he got it from Ben Hogan. This lesson’s focus is “laying off the club,” a la Ben Hogan, but the real value of the lesson is in understanding the action of
Read the post by Sam Adams Have you ever stepped up to the tee on a short par 4, pulled out your three wood, and bam, hit a shot that just felt perfect? Then, on your next tee shot, you revert back to your driver, and it just doesn’t have quite the same feel and