The yips plague every golfer at some point, and it can be very frustrating, but there are ways to counteract the unwelcome pushing or pulling that you’re encountering when you putt the golf ball. Michael Breed believes that a simple change in grip – whether you experiment with a “claw” grip or alter the placement of your hands – or trial with an alternative type of putter can help you gain better control over your putts. This may involve you trading in your standard putter for a different length putter like a “belly” putter or “long” putter. But if all else fails, visit a local PGA professional to see if they can help you cure your case of the yips.
Increase your chances of making downhill putts and longer putts by becoming a better lag putter. First Brandel Chamblee shows you why it’s important to stand up taller to the ball for longer putts. Then PGA Professional Kevin Weeks shares with you 3 valuable rules to follow when making a downhill putt. Follow their tips and eliminate those extra strokes on the greens.Watch Now >>
In this video, PGA Professionals Bill Forest and Kevin Weeks cover alternative club options for when you find yourself just off the green. You’ll learn the advantages to using a putter or hybrid when you find yourself just short of the green. Bill and Kevin demonstrate the correct grip, stance and stroke techniques that will give you the confidence to use these alternative clubs when faced with this situation.Watch Now >>
In this video you’ll learn the hinge and pop speciality shot. PGA Professional Rafael Floriana shows you what to do for those times you are up against an obstacle. Typically, you would not be able to swing the club in this position, but with the hing and pop shot you are able to advance the ball and make the most of a tough situation. Learn how to get out of a bad situation with this handy shot!Watch Now >>
This video teaches you how to hit better bunker shots and how to make them look easy. An uphill lie or a buried lie in a sand trap may look challenging, but they are actually two of the easiest bunker shots that exist. Former PGA Teacher of the Year Bill Forrest shows you how to successfully hit both of these. Then PGA Professional Kevin Weeks gives you a great option for those long bunker shots. He’ll show you why a pitching wedge can be a safer, easier club selection that will help you find the green from those situations.Watch Now >>