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  • 5:21

    Let’s face it: golf can be a tricky game to get used to. Most beginning golfers learn by swinging for the fences and figuring it out as they go. This can be a viable option, but we’re firm believers in establishing the basics first and then building to a full swing. The biggest issue we

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  • 2:39

    Like most elements of a solid golf swing, the grip is all about establishing the fundamentals and practicing until it’s second nature. Proper golf grip is really rather simple; just a few mechanics dictate whether or not you’re set up for success. In this lesson, PGA Professional Michael Peterson teaches you a simple grip-perfecting exercise

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  • 0:54

    The yips often happen because you’re losing track of the ball at the top of your swing with the eye that’s farthest from the ball. It’s pretty easy to understand why; the ball shifts from your focus as you turn away in the backswing, and requires adjustment on the down, which can be tricky. To

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  • 0:54

    The yips often happen because you’re losing track of the ball at the top of your swing with the eye that’s farthest from the ball. It’s pretty easy to understand why; the ball shifts from your focus as you turn away in the backswing, and requires adjustment on the down, which can be tricky. To

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  • 2:20

    Have you ever paid close attention to the points in your golf swing where you experience the most tension? In the ideal scenario, you only tense up at the bottom of your swing just before contact. But for most players, though, that’s probably not the case. Tension leads to an irregular golf swing tempo, which

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  • 2:11

    In this quick lesson, PGA Professional Rafael Floriani teaches you an expert secret for changing the trajectory of your golf pitch, which can come in handy depending whether you need your ball to roll out or stop dead on the putting surface. He introduces a couple important short game tips, and demonstrates how to execute

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  • 3:09

    The vast majority of amateur golfers who take lessons with a PGA Professional show up on the range with one common concern: they want to hit their driver straighter, farther and more accurately. We all know the driver is golf’s hardest but most important club; it’s crucial for the success of almost every hole, but

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  • 4:25

    We all want to hit our driver farther. Increased yardage off the tee means a shorter second shot and therefore a better chance of leaving yourself a simple putt. Golf distance with the big stick seems like it would be an easy thing to improve – swing harder for a bigger drive, right? Well, what

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  • 5:15

    Every golfer knows that the key to a good golf swing is technique. If you nail the essentials, you stand to put a solid stroke on the ball and hit your target. But what if you want your target to be a bit further away? What if you’re tired of leaving yourself long second shots

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  • 2:39

    Like most elements of a solid golf swing, the grip is all about establishing the fundamentals and practicing until it’s second nature. Proper golf grip is really rather simple; just a few mechanics dictate whether or not you’re set up for success. In this lesson, PGA Professional Michael Peterson teaches you a simple grip-perfecting exercise

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  • 2:24

    Did you know you can learn a lot about your golf swing and the fit of your clubs by drawing a single line on a practice ball? It’s true! With one stroke of a Sharpie, you’ll be able to figure out what’s happening when you swing each of the clubs in your bag. Where you’re

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  • 3:06

    You find yourself in the troublesome scenario where you need to hit underneath a tree line, but if you take your full swing you’ll overshoot your target and possibly find yourself in a hazard. What do you do? You could pitch a wedge into the fairway, resign yourself to a dropped stroke, and rue the

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