Unleash Your Inner Lag

Unleash Your Inner LAG

Just what is “lag,” anyway? Lag is a very misunderstood concept in golf. Most amateurs can see that professionals maintain the lag or angle between the lead arm and club shaft as long as possible in the downswing to deliver the most powerful blow possible, but fail to understand how and why this happens. Left Read more…

Hit More Greens

Make Consistent Contact With Your Irons

The connection between the hands and clubhead is critically important.

Be The (Middle) ball

Here's a drill that will help you get better at making contact in the center of the clubface

A very important variable to better ballstriking is “centeredness of contact.”

Rough And Tough Shots

Escape Tough Lies With Ease

When your ball finds the deep rough like the position I’m in here, the smart play almost always is to take a higher-lofted club and either lay up or pitch the ball back into the fairway.

Be The (Middle) ball

Here's a drill that will help you get better at making contact in the center of the clubface

A very important variable to better ballstriking is “centeredness of contact.”

Dot Your Impact

Better Contact For Lower Scores

The number-one fundamental that all great ballstrikers know is critical for hitting better shots is centeredness of contact.

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.

Core 4

The 4-step process to hitting better iron shots

Hitting better iron shots is key if you want to shoot lower scores. It’s really the great equalizer if you will–the link from the tee box to the green.

One-Club Wonder!

Who needs 14 clubs? Your 6-iron can do just about anything.

A typical 6-iron has a loft of 30°, which places it between your pitching wedge (48°) and driver (approximately 9_¡).

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