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…

Lose The Wedge Chunk

Use The Bounce To Turn Chili Dips Into Smooth Chips

You find yourself 20 feet from the pin, on an upslope, in the fairway… primed up for a beautiful … wedge chunk! What is more frustrating than hitting your golf ball three feet in front of you and laying the sod over it? Here’s how to save yourself from ever chunking again. Most chronic “chunkers” Read more…

The PhD of Golf Wedge Play

Work On These Fundamentals To Earn Your Degree

I have been blessed throughout my journey to pick the brains of so many great teachers as well as many great players of both my generation and the present one. While not always agreeing upon “how to skin the cat,” each lent a wealth of knowledge. At the end of the day, what I most Read more…

The Big Golf Balance Act

Five Drills For A Better Turn Through The Ball

Golf is a rotational athletic endeavor, requiring you and your body to balance an accelerated rotational force to transfer the energy you generate with the golf club to the ball at the absolute right time. At least that is what physics tells us — centrifugal force releasing inertial energy in a straight line to your Read more…

Don’t Scoop The Clubhead

How To Shave 5 Strokes Off Your Score

Too many golfers are given a wrong idea about the golf swing. The idea is a double whammy — it makes the swing unnecessarily complicated and produces poor shots. The wrong idea is that we should use our hands during the swing to scoop the clubhead under the ball. As can be seen in the photos Read more…

Sports Science Lab Brings Out The Athlete In Golfers

New York-Based Facility Builds Personalized Fitness Programs

Though the argument should have long since been settled, it rages yet: Are golfers athletes? Of course they are, and that’s why the New York Sports Science Lab is such a valuable, expert resource for so many top-level players — or anyone who seeks them out to help realize their physical and mental potential. We’re Read more…

Five Ways To Golf Power And Accuracy

A Fist-Ful Of Tips From The Pacific Northwest

Editor’s Note: It’s getting more and more evident that amateur golfers should put the bulk of their practice time into the short game, from the pitching wedge in. That’s where well over half of the strokes in a round take place. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore the longer clubs. Of course not — 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…

Ramp Up Your Driver Power

For most clubs in your bag, hitting down on the ball is key. You work to make contact just before the bottom of your swing, compressing the ball against the turf and sending it toward the target with plenty of force and a slight backspin. But for the big stick, that all changes. For great Read more…

How To Hit a Draw, Part 3: Wrist Action

Now that we know the basics of how to hit a draw and the process to achieve it from article 1 and article 2, let’s dive in a bit deeper and talk about wrist action in the swing and how they have a dramatic effect on whether the ball will draw. The wrists are an integral Read more…

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