Scrolling through my twitter feed this week, I came across this awesome visual from Erik Henrikson – director of innovation and testing at Ping. Press the play button on this image below.
Golf Tips Great articles by our coaches and authors
Here’s a simple key for anybody who’s trying to hit some different shapes of shots, maybe a draw, fade, lower shot, higher shot. Many great players first visualize the shape of shot they want to hit instead of thinking too much about the mechanics.
As I’ve alluded to In many different articles before, the difference between a great shot and an awful shot can often be minuscule.
Hitting greens in regulation is one of the biggest correlates to handicap – and with 94% of amateur golfers being short of their target, this means that a lot of shots can be gained by improving our distance control. Swing Caddie is an app that....
It’s now time of discussion over the idea of tournament preparation. Golf swing is a tool -a tool to help you play the game. But “playing the game” is a skill separate from an actual swing. This article will explore that (and offer solutions).
Scooping is one of the most common swing faults with amateur golfers. The left wrist breaks down, increasing the loft, with the weight hanging back on the right foot. This will lead to heavy shots, thin shots and a loss of distance.
A very common fault with players of all levels is that they tilt during their swing rather than rotate. Tilting will have an effect on swing plane, the correct transition (downswing start), striking the ball solid, as well as a possible cause for ...
This article explains how I can make you better as a player via 4 distinct routes. If you are a golfer reading this, start to think about how you can develop your own game using this information.
It might seem simple, “keep your arms connected to your body”, but it is very important to know how, and I believe there are many players trying to do this with the wrong concept.
We all know that strike quality is one of the defining traits of a good golfer – all the professionals are great strikers of the ball. Also, from my testing, we have seen that striking the ground too far behind the ball can be devastating to your...