Learn the best golf warm up and practice routines from top PGA golf instructors. Dr. Gary Wiren shows you how to warm up for a round for those times you aren’t able to hit the practice range before you tee off. Mike Malaksa explains the difference between hitting the range to “warm up” for a round verses “practicing” to improve your play, and shows you some of the best drills for practicing. Eric Johnson teaches you how to quickly warm up your ankles, legs, shoulders and back using a golf cart. He’ll also teach you about the stretch most golfers do – but should avoid – to warm up the sensitive back, shoulders and neck.
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PGA Instructor Joe Plecker, Jr. shares with you fairway bunker strategies that can dramatically improve your game. Your strategy changes when you are in a fairway bunker and Joe walks you through a series of set-up features that are important to follow. You’ll see why you should play the ball in the center of your stance with your body aligned square to the target and why you should always choke down on the grip when hitting a fairway bunker shot. Follow his tips and see the positive results in no-time.Watch Now >>
In Proper Bunker Techniques, PGA Professionals Bill Forrest and Kevin Weeks demonstrate several practical techniques for improving your bunker play. In this lesson you will learn how to correctly set your feet and position your weight so that your club head properly strikes the ball. Also included is a practical demonstration of how to vary your shot set up and swing plane in order to hit a successful bunker shot in various sand conditions.Watch Now >>
Learn how to become a better putter with these impactful tips and drills. PGA instructor Krista Dunton shows you each aspect of putting including stance, grip, stroke and ball contact. She teaches you how to determine if you’re a linear or non-linear putter and how to use this knowledge to become a better putter. LaterWatch Now >>
For most amateur golfers, the sand trap is perhaps the most frightful place to be on the golf course. The thought of bunkers has been known to send shivers down the spine, especially those tricky lies that seem practically impossible. You know the ones: downhill, uphill, below the feet, buried — the kinds of shotsWatch Now >>