This is a slightly different take on the concept of Tee It Forward. In general the formulas for determining what tees you should play from, are based on rules like how far you hit your driver or your 5 iron. However the driving distance approach ignores another important statistic, Greens In Regulation (GIR). If
Tee it Forward sounds like a really good idea on paper. And, there are a few methods you can use to determine what tee you should play: 1. Rule of 28: The distance you should play is based on how far you hit your drive x 28. So if your drive is 200 yards, then
One of the most significant keys to a good golf swing, and greater distance, is the ability to load up the right side on the turn. Part and parcel of making a good solid turn is having the flexibility to do so. As we grow older, one of the inevitable consequences of aging is the
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 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 Stan Geer Senior golfers always strive to hit the ball longer, but this often comes at the expense of accuracy. So if you are a senior golfer, you need to ask yourself what is more important, getting more yardage or keeping the ball in play. Of course the ego in all of us often
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 Cork Gaines If you suffer from Long Drive envy you are not alone. Most of us are obsessed with trying to hit our drives longer than our playing partners, and we marvel at the guy who constantly out drives us by 25 yards. And so, we spend less and less of our practice time