When I was learning golf, I got exposed to a lot of myths. One of which was the phrase "You need to hit down to get the ball to go up”. In this article, we are going to explore how that phrase of “hit down” may potentially be ruining your game.
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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.
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...
These are the best players in the world – how can you possibly say they are rubbish?” Well, first, this is not what the quote represents. Secondly, we have to define an important word in the quote – “that”.
The biggest issue for the average golfer is “turf contact” with irons/hybrids and fairway woods. In this article, I’m going to show you just how big an issue it is for you, and why it is the major reason for you being stuck in a rut with your game.
Having great positions in the swing, good plane, square clubface, and good posture are all very important, but no matter how good these aspects are, to make it all work you need some oil. This is tempo & rhythm.
A study into the performance of elite golfers was recently completed (27th November 2017). The findings are incredible, and I think that players and coaches around the world can learn a lot from the results.
You hit one great, then you hit one horrifically. Want to know the difference? Of course you do, but do you know why? Read on.
This pitching drill and quick tip will help prevent fluffed pitch shots. It stops you from decelerating through the ball and promotes a solid, crisp strike.
Strike quality is one of the leading correlators with how good you are at the game of golf. Take this test to discover where you fall in the strike levels.