Mark Your Golf Milestones, Part 1

A Roadmap To Breaking Scoring Barriers
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Our lives are filled with milestones — significant dates and events within our lives that mark your coming of age. Whether it be the day you married, the birth of your first child, the wedding of a son or daughter, or the day you retire, milestones play a significant part in each person’s life. With Read more…

Matthew Wolff Gets Top 25 Swing Analysis

So What If It’s Unorthodox — It Wins
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This story on Matthew Wolff was updated July 7, 2019 While the PGA Tour is far more loaded with look-alike swings than it was even a decade ago, once in a while a truly unusual move will come into view. Latest case in point? The big-bashing, left-foot-raising, way-past-parallel swing of Oklahoma State phenom Matthew Wolff, Read more…

How To Make Big Breaking Putts

Will You Take The High Or Low Line?

One of the hardest things for people to understand when faced with big breaking putts is that there are and infinite number of “lines” you can take based on the speed you choose. Sometimes certain putts require a more delicate approach while others necessitate a more direct route to the hole. Regardless of the one Read more…

Watch Clubhead And Ball Collide

Avoid The ‘Keep Your Head Down’ Trap

We have all heard it. The well-intentioned advice of “keep your head down.” Keeping your head down in a static sense is an unnatural and tense position, so let’s say “watch the clubhead and ball collide” instead. This is because keeping your head down rigidly restricts the free swinging motion of your body through the Read more…

U.S. Open Favorite? Gotta Be Brooks

Top 25 Instructors Make Their U.S. Open Picks
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It’s the U.S. Open, it’s Pebble Beach, it’s time to poll the Golf Tips Top 25 Instructors on the man they see hoisting the national championship trophy come Sunday evening. Dale Abraham: ““It’s wide open as Pebble Beach doesn’t favor the long bomber as much as some of the previous U.S. Open set-ups have. Players Read more…

PGA Names First Two African-American Master Professionals

Texan, Floridian Achieve Highest Educational Honor
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The PGA of America has announced that Richard Brown III, PGA Director of Instruction at Quail Valley Golf Course in Missouri City, Texas; and Anthony G. Stepney, Executive Director of APEX Development Partners in Orlando, Florida, are the first two African-Americans to earn PGA Master Professional status, the highest educational designation that can be obtained Read more…

Three Keys To A Sharp Short Game

Think Finesse Over Power

Most of us are guilty of moving elements of our full swing into the short game. Quite frankly because that information has been handed down for what is now generations: “the small swing is the same as the full swing.” Always, as in life, it is not quite that straightforward. The goals of full swing Read more…

A Great Golf Grip Every Time

A Fundamental Everyone Needs
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The only thing that touches the clubs is your hands. And so making sure they are on the club correctly is imperative. I have a very simple set up routine, that if you follow, will ensure have a great golf grip. And eliminating doubt is one of the best things you can do for your Read more…

Please Don’t Keep Your Head Down

Most Common Tip Is Also The Most Damaging

I hear many golf pros, parents and friends like to tell each other to “keep your head down” through impact. As if this was going to give them a better chance to create a better strike to the ball. I’m here to tell you that it is false.  What I teach is totally opposite. I Read more…

How To Control Your Golf Ball Flight

Face Angle And Path ALWAYS Work Together

Being able to control your golf ball flight is a function of understanding the relationship between the path (which controls the curve) and the club face (which controls the start direction of the ball). Because your golf clubs are bent at an angle and golf is played from the side, you don’t swing the golf Read more…