As we all know, golf is very hard, and for some it is even harder. It seems that golfers are an independent lot and tend to pick up the game, play and practice, with little regard to using the proper fundamentals at first. It’s only when they have “learned how to hit the ball” do Read more…
Learning all the golf shots can be confusing even for the most analytical individual, especially when it comes to the nuances of the all-important inside-50-yards game. This Short Game Cheat Sheet deals with simple ways to understand the very complex parts of the game and even gives you a reason to bookmark it on your Read more…
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.
Trackman data has helped instructors like me see the golf swing in a whole new light, especially as it relates to the part of the swing that’s hardest to see: impact.
Today’s fairway woods are insane.
Wouldn’t it be great if every golf hole was exactly the same?
The golf swing is a series of connected events.
It’s a new year. It’s a new you. It’s time to kick those bad swing habits and make 2011 the year you play your best golf ever.
Tom Stickney, PGA explains a quick and simple routine to warm up your short game before your next round.
Tom Stickney, PGA explains how the left hand ought to control the face of the putter.