In today's golf climate, it seems everyone is fixated on distance. Troon North Golf Club Scottsdale,...
When we talk about the golf swing, oftentimes, as both students and instructors, we become overly fixated on moving our body toward the target.
Your focus is your most precious asset when playing golf. Your focus is your most precious asset when playing...
Have you ever wondered why so many hockey players are also good golfers?
Trackman data has helped instructors like me see the golf swing in a whole new light, especially as it relates to the part of the swing that's hardest to see: impact.
If you really want to shoot lower scores, it's imperative that you learn the shots on the golf course you need to prevent big numbers from occurring.
One of my favorite things about teaching junior players is knowing that they don't have any preconceived notions about what they think the golf swing should look and feel like.
When practicing out on the range, it's important you remember to be in a training mind-set, not necessarily a playing one.
When it comes to playing golf, one thing is for sure: Rarely are two days ever the same. Some days, your swing is grooving nicely and you can't miss.
By now, you've probably seen and heard a fair share of video commentaries on the golf swing, notably, those midround reviews of Tour players during tournament broadcasts.
Fear can be a great detriment not only to the mind, but also to how the body performs.
To help swing the club with the necessary torso stabilization, the dynamic lunge is an awesome stretch.
There's a lot of downtime in golf, which allows our minds to wander.
So you think you're a player? If so, then I have some news for you.
Ideally, what you want is to neutralize either your slicing or hooking tendencies by balancing out the pressure in your right hand.
As golfers, we're a blessed bunch to be able to play our favorite game over miles and miles of manicured turf.
There's no doubt Ian Poulter can golf his ball. There's no doubt Ian Poulter can golf his ball....
In golf, there are two mistakes you can make. The first is a mistake that's easy to identify.
The number-one fundamental that all great ballstrikers know is critical for hitting better shots is centeredness of contact.
By now, you've probably heard every tip in the book, right?