Turn Your Golf Bag Into A Training Aid

Fix Your Backswing With This Quick Tip

Having problems fixing your backswing issues? Well, your carry bag could be used for more than just holding your clubs and accessories. In fact you can turn your golf bag into a training aid. Yanking the club too far inside on the take away? Too much hip sway on the back swing? Getting stuck on Read more…

The One-Legged Golf Weight Shift

This Drill Helps With ‘Pressure Transfer’

Let’s talk about the one crucial element of the golf swing to assure power and stability through impact: The weight shift forward. Actually, the common phrase to describe the initial movement in the downswing is “weight transfer,” but I prefer to call it “pressure transfer.” You’re not moving your entire weight to the lead leg Read more…

Stay In Constant Golf Club Contact

Bad Shots Be Gone With These Simple Tweaks

All amateur golfers, women and men alike, sometimes struggle with their ability to make solid golf club contact through the bag. Catching the ball high or low on the club face means immediate loss of power and accuracy, and it’s usually an issue with one or more of three things — keeping your torso and Read more…

Your Guide To Better Ballstriking

Boiled down to its essence, golf comes down to the ball meeting the club face for a split second. That’s it. And as we all know, if either of those two elements is out of place or coming in at the wrong angle at impact, bad things happen. I’m here to help you build club Read more…

Get Natural With Your Golf Posture

Improving This And You’ll Improve Your Swing Path

I can’t emphasize enough how important a good golf posture is to the success of your golf swing. Grip, posture, stance and ball position are the cornerstone ingredients that determine how your swing will work, how it looks and where your shots will go. The effect of having poor posture can be damaging in so Read more…

Swing Drills Using Golf Balls

Four Ways To Round Out Your Practice Session

Contrary to dysfunctional (albeit entertaining) “Tin Cup” mentality, when things start going sour you don’t need to practice with nine different swing aids hanging from various parts of your body. In fact, most swing aids – especially ones that require clips, carabiners, belts, engines, or dangling apparati of any kind – will likely only confuse Read more…

Build A Better Golf Grip

‘Hammer It Home’ To Hit The Ball Long and Straight

When most amateurs decide to play this game, they simply grab the golf club without any idea where their hands should be placed. From that point on, faults begin to affect their golf swing. There are countless variations of the “bad” golf grip that the beginner comes up with and an equal number of swing Read more…

Golf Fundamentals: Assess Your Alignment

It‘s The Most Important Position Of Any Swing

Over the years, there has been so much written, photographed, and videoed about swing positions, swing movements, and other items that can improve your golf swing. But they all hinge on one among all core golf fundamentals: Nothing works unless you are properly aimed to your intended target. If you set out this year to improve Read more…

Build Your Own Golf House

Why Your Swing Must Match Your Body Type

I met Kathy Welsch in 2010. Kathy is a Class A tour player who played on the LPGA Tour from 1974 to 1976; she’s is currently a Class A Teaching and Club Professional and Lifetime LPGA member. Kathy has an easy, balanced swing and she explained her thoughts to me during our golf game. She Read more…

Is Your Swing Out Of Date?

In With The New. The Swings Of Today’s Top Young Golfers Are Vastly More Efficient Than Those Used By Yesterday’s Heroes

The trophy cases of the likes of Nicklaus, Irwin, Miller, Stewart and

Trevino are full of championship hardware, but all had swings that

would now be considered old-fashioned. Yesterday’s players used a

significant amount of lateral lower-body movement, which placed a lot

of undue stress on the neck, hips and back. The great young players of

today strive for a more stacked position at impact, which is both more

efficient and much healthier for the body.

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