In any given round, you probably use your putter more than any other club in your bag. Of course, if you don’t get off the tee, or miss-hit your wedges, you tend to not score well. But a one putt: now that’s worth it’s weight in gold and makes up for the other errant shots.
Rman: I think that Brian Sparks has a great set of videos for our over 55 group of golfers. People at our club that are older, and have aches in their backs, have tried his swing and like it…including me. Take A Little More Time And Share Your Experiences
This is one of the most frustrating mistakes in golf – you are sitting in the middle of the fairway, and you know you can get on the green. But instead, you hit a fat shot that trickles down the fairway, you are now left with a tough pitch or chip, and you just gave
If your iron shots are flying low and short, it might be because you are not using the leverage of your body to hit down on the ball. In this video Aimee Chon demonstrates how we can more effectively use our body, so that our irons hit down on the ball with the strength of
by Tom Bertrand I have been using the Ben Hogan wrist release for about 3 weeks now, and I am hitting the ball longer, and straighter, than ever before. However, what is not mentioned in the video, and maybe goes without saying to the really good players, is that you must be on plane during
by Aimee Becoming a good chipper is probably one of the most important skills you can have in your bag. Maybe even more important than putting. Why? Because the average golfer will hit between 3 and 5 greens in regulation. That means you will likely be chipping onto the green between 72% and 83% of
by Paul Wilson We know the golf swing happens very quickly. But did you know that from the top of the backswing, to making contact with the ball is about 1/4 second? Maybe this is why the downswing is so hard – a lot has to go right in that 1/4 second if you are
by Paul Wilson Although this video is aimed at senior golfers who, over the years, have begun to lose distance, the fundamentals shown here apply to all of our everyday golfers. The typical solutions for loss of distance are: trying every new driver that comes along to buy back more distance, or simply swinging harder.
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 immediate reaction,
by Natalie Adams While watching Sunday golf the other day, I heard the commentator say how well this pro held her finish during the putting stroke. The term “hold your finish” is fairly common, especially during a full swing; however, I had not heard it applied to the putting stroke before. And each pro I
by Christina Ricci I’m sure you’ve all heard the advice that on your irons your hands should be ahead at impact, and seen the photos of the ball being compressed at impact by the pros. And, we’ve also done a video with Mike Dero on compressing the ball. But this is different. In this video
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by Julian Mellor This lesson by Julian Mellor, a self proclaimed senior golf swing specialist, is pretty much counter modern day teaching methodology. It’s safe to say you are unlikely to see this swing on any of the tours today; however, you will see it in replays of Bobby Jones on YouTube For senior golfers
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, generally bounce
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 report you
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 to the