I’m constantly thinking of ways of simplifying my message to golfers – this post basically boils down what you need to be working on into 3 simple keys.
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The method covered in this article is generally easier for most golfers. It doesn’t offer as much control or workability but it’s a good way to understand how your set up and alignment can significantly affect the flight of the ball.
In this videotip and article we’ll look at how to draw the golf ball in a way that offers more control and more workability…
You’ll find that most golf courses feature at least a few holes that require you to fade or draw the golf ball… The tips and lessons below will help you hit the ball right to left or vice versa. I’ve covered two different methods for hitting a draw.
In this lesson we’ll look at some key tips for playing fairway bunker golf shots. Fairway bunkers tend to be a bit bigger and flatter than green-side bunkers – giving you an opportunity to take a less lofted club than the sand wedge...
Bunkers shots from a plugged lie are perceived as one of the toughest shots in golf. But they needn’t be.
I think it’s fair to say that if most golfers don’t like playing from the sand, they dread playing bunker shots from compacted, wet sand!
Welcome the first part of the 4-part golf bunker shot series. In part 1 we’ll look at the bunker shot set up. We’ll then move on to basic bunker technique, distance control, some bunker drills and tips for more advanced bunker shots.
Ever wonder how the pros can hit the ball so far with seemingly little effort? Ever wonder why it feels like you are swinging the club as quick as your playing partners, but your ball doesn’t have the same ‘pop’ to it? It could be your smash factor.
Still, to this day, even with all the information out there, golfers don’t understand the basics of why their ball slices or hooks. I can’t have that – not for my followers. So, this article will explore this very topic.