Taking It To The Course

The Shots Of The Masters

No tournament is quite like the Masters. And although no course is like Augusta National, PGA Pro Jeff Ritter finds that his new home course of Poppy Hills comes close — close enough for him to show how he would approach every kind of shot situation were he teeing it at “The Toonamint.” And how you can, too.

Think & Play Like A Pro

Making better decisions leads to better scores

Lowering your scores on the golf course isn’t just about your ballstriking abilities. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses, and making better decisions based upon risk and reward, can improve your scoring immediately. The Tour pros you watch on television are constantly discussing and weighing the pros and cons of each shot with their caddies. Unfortunately, Read more…

Women’s Myth Busters

So it's time to bust those myths and set the record straight!

In my experience running women’s golf clinics and camps, and conducting hundreds of individual I’ve accumulated the top common myths women have picked up while learning the game.

Out-Turn Your Target

When hitting chips and pitch shots, have the buttons on your shirt out-turn your target

When it comes to chipping and pitching, I see a lot of people using only the hands and arms to hit the shot

The Swing & Body Connection

Learn how to get closer to your ideal swing

C Posture directly affects a golfer’s ability to pivot correctly during the swing, causing the club to swing off-plane.

It’s All In The Grip

The grip is one of the most abused fundamentals in golf because it truly is the only connection to the face and the golf ball

A molded grip is used with a short club for two reasons