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Popular golf myths debunked After about 10 club tosses, take notice of where you naturally set your backswing position and the amount of tension in your left arm.
How to become one The next time you play golf, I want you to count your total number of putts. Don't worry about how many putts you have per hole or how long or short they are. Just find your number.
Homemade Training Aids
Build your own helper! We put together a short list of our favorite homemade training aids, with the intent to help you improve your golf game using stuff you probably already have.
Learn why he's playing top quality golf In case you haven't noticed, Ben Curtis has resurrected his golf game (he won the British Open nearly 10 years ago) and has become one of the top money winners so far this PGA Tour season.
Take A Seat
A chair will help you make solid contact I call it the Take a Seat drill, and how it works is simple.
Drop The Box
Use a sleeve of balls for better ballstriking Along with a poor and weak grip, one of the biggest mistakes I see many of my students make is having bad posture at address.
Hit monster tee shots and keep them in the short stuff When you address the ball, your driver head naturally rests on the turf. But since the ball is elevated on a tee, your club isn't exactly "square" to the ball.
Make more putts with these two quick tips I bet if you stood 10 feet away from me, you could easily toss me a golf ball and wouldn't be short or long with your throw.
Don’t Get In Your Own Way
Snap a rubber band to snap out of it! My stock answer is to say that golf is 100% mental when your physical is 100%.
Simplify your golf game now! During the last 100 years, the game's best players have exhibited a few similarities, which most golfers aren't aware of.
Maintain The Cup In Your Left Hand
If you’re a better player, here’s a tip on how to hit your approach shots closer Here's a tip for low-handicappers who have a hard time controlling the distance of their short irons.