Mark Wilson of the PGA Rules Committee teaches you how to properly follow the guidelines of Rule 14, which dictates 1) when you can and cannot use protection from the elements while on the golf course and 2) where you can position a caddie or playing partner when approaching your next shot.
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 >>
No matter your age or skill level, 65-70% of your shots in a round of golf come within 100 yards of the pin. With a statistic like that, you could say it’s pretty important to hone your skills with the shorter clubs in your hands. For most amateurs, learning how to improve short game swing mechanics just takes repetition and a solid understanding of distance control.Watch Now >>
Everyone knows that putting is more challenging is pressure situations. In Putting Under Pressure PGA professionals Mike Davis and Chip Koehlke teach you some practical ways to improve your putting performance when it really counts. In this lesson you will learn some practical techniques that will help you control anxiety and tension so you can relax and concentrate on your best putt. You will also discover what causes the “˜yips’ and learn how a simple 2 ball putting drill can help you maintain proper stroke length and rhythm technique in pressure situations.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 >>