The Man Who Taught Jack Nicklaus, Part 1

Jack Grout Schools An Ohio Football Star

Editor’s Note: Following is the first of several planned excerpts from  A Wonderful Run at Life: The Stories of Pandel Savic, published in 2016 by Orange Frazar Press and available on Amazon and at selected bookstores nationwide. An immigrant from Macedonia and star quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes who led them to their first Read more…

How To Build A Powerful Golf Launch Pad

Proper Set-Up Promotes Balance Through The Swing

Just what is a golf launch pad, and how does it lead to a more efficient and powerful swing? I’ll show you, but first a little background. Each golf season, as a full-time teacher and coach, I re-examine techniques that I use, as well as the techniques of others. During the past 10 years, we Read more…

Stack & Tilt Revisited

What you don't know about our system will change the way you look at the golf swing

2010 was a very good year for Stack and Tilt gurus, Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer.

Golf Chipping Tips: Common Denominators

In grade school I can remember my math teacher standing at the chalkboard trying to explain some abstract topic like the Pythagorean theorem, square roots, or prime numbers proudly touting “mathematics is present in everything we do in life.” One of the more useful topics that year was the concept of common denominators in fractions. Read more…

Lisa Longball And The Power Game

How To Add Speed & Distance

Editor’s Note: Lisa Vlooswyk, affectionately known in golf circles as Lisa Longball, is a seven-time Canadian Long Drive Champion and ranked Top 5 in the World of Long Drive. Lisa competes at the World Long Drive Championships and will tee it up in September on the Golf Channel to vie for the World Title. A veteran Read more…

Slice Killers That Can’t Miss

Quick tips to help eliminate the dreaded banana ball once and for all

Ever wonder what causes a slice to curve? Either your hands don’t rotate enough and you hit the ball with an open face, or you have an out-to-inside swing path.

Putting With Imagination

How To See The Line And Commit To It

Great putting starts with a great imagination. Reading putts is an exercise of that imagination. The player must imagine the effect of the terrain upon the travel of the ball. You’ll See It When You Believe It is the title of one of Dr. Wayne Dyer’s many books. I suggest to students that they have to practice Read more…

The Keys To Easy Drives

Simple tips and drills for finding the fairway more often

The higher the handicap, the more pivotal the tee ball becomes. Driving the ball into water, rough, bunkers, trees and other hazards is what causes high-handicappers to rack up strokes. As players become more proficient, they develop skills to execute trouble shots and hit pitches from the rough and sand, putting less pressure on hitting fairways. It’s almost as if good players expect to miss every now and then, feeling confident in knowing that they have the tools to recover from an errant drive. High-handicappers, unfortunately, don’t have that luxury.

Beat The Fried Egg

Fried Egg Lie

When you desire a softer type of explosion shot out of the bunker from this normally hot lie, you need to employ an open clubface and relaxed hands. Make your angle of attack steeper by leaning your weight toward your front foot. This weight shift also accentuates the digging action of the clubhead, making soft hands and an open clubface that much more critical. Otherwise, the golf ball will come out with more velocity than desired.

Bringing Golf To The Vision Impaired

Kansas’ Envision Hosts Teaching, Tourney For The Blind

Golf is a sport that brings every physical and spatial sense into play, but it’s also one of mankind’s most inclusive athletic pursuits — you don’t have to be in prime physical condition or even have full use of every sense to excel at it. Take vision impaired people, for instance: They can learn to Read more…

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