PGA golf professional Brian Manzella teaches you how to hit shots off pine straw by practicing a few simple techniques. He shows you how to handle shots from two different types of lies, and then stresses the importance of not grounding the club and making solid club/ball contact. Then PGA professional Christopher Smith demonstrates the evaluation process and proper techniques needed to handle a short-sided position in the rough when you’re just off the green. Finally, PGA professional Ron Philo, Jr. shows you how to take on a flyer lie out of the rough.
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 >>
In 100 Yards To Go, former PGA Teacher of the Year Peter Krause demonstrates how a single club can be utilized to hit a variety of approach shots. In this lesson, Peter teaches the principles of grip position and ball placement, and how each effects the loft and distance of your shot. By varying your grip from low to high and addressing the ball from the front to back of your stance, he’ll show you show to use a single club to hit perfect approach shot in various situations.Watch Now >>
Properly assessing your lie and shot selection before hitting out of a bunker is a critical step if you want to be a better player. Instructor Matt Kluck explains why it is important to focus on matching your abilities to the shot you choose. Matt walks you through three different options; the normal shot, the safety shot and the reliable “get-out” shot. He’ll show you how to execute and select the proper equipment for each. Following these tips, you’ll find your play out of the bunker improve in no time.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 >>