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  • 1:58

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates one of the best golf tempo drills for better touch at the bottom of your swing. Joseph calls it Rotate and Not Release, and it’s essential for your practice regimen if you’re looking to sync up the timing of your upper and lower body rotation.

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  • 1:43

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional Ali Jean Wells teaches you one of the simplest golf swing drills for syncing up your upper and lower body. This drill is especially important for beginners, who need to understand that they should first swing the golf club back and then turn their body to reach the

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  • 3:53

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates how to hit a draw in golf by practicing a simple exercise called the Over-the-Top Drill. This drill is mostly geared toward players with a handicap of nine or better, but with a slight modification anybody can benefit from this easy exercise. Joseph explains what’s

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  • 1:58

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates one of the best golf tempo drills for better touch at the bottom of your swing. Joseph calls it Rotate and Not Release, and it’s essential for your practice regimen if you’re looking to sync up the timing of your upper and lower body rotation.

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 1:43

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional Ali Jean Wells teaches you one of the simplest golf swing drills for syncing up your upper and lower body. This drill is especially important for beginners, who need to understand that they should first swing the golf club back and then turn their body to reach the

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 3:53

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates how to hit a draw in golf by practicing a simple exercise called the Over-the-Top Drill. This drill is mostly geared toward players with a handicap of nine or better, but with a slight modification anybody can benefit from this easy exercise. Joseph explains what’s

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  • 3:38

    Believe it or not, you don’t always have to use the same wedge for all of your chips around the green. With different club face angle comes a variety of possibilities for shot distance, arc, and rollout. You can take advantage of your pitching wedge, sand wedge, or 7 iron to get closer to the

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  • 1:10

    We’ve all done it: just off the green, ten feet from the hole, and all you have to do is put 25% on a pitching wedge to get the ball close. But somehow you manage to leave it short. It’s unforgivable, but it’s also completely excusable. In this free video, PGA Professional Rafael Floriani shows

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  • 2:13

    They don’t call them the scoring shots for nothing. Pitches around the green are crucial for a solid score, as accuracy with the short stick can often mean the difference between tap-in up-and-down and three-putt from fifty feet. That’s why PGA Professional Michael Peterson spends so much time working with his students on their pitching

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