Mark Wilson of the PGA Rules Committee teaches you how to handle a situation in which a playing partner exceeds the maximum number of allotted golf clubs during a round. The ruling depends on whether the golfer is a competitor or a teammate in match play or stroke play, respectively.
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 >>
In The Texas Wedge PGA professional Michael Breed demonstrates the proper conditions and techniques needed to successfully utilize your putter from the fringe. In this lesson you will learn to identify the grass conditions that allow for the successful use of a putter when just off the green. Michael also demonstrates how to set up, practice and execute the perfect Texas wedge putt.Watch Now >>
Every golfer knows the frustration of having a putt come up short. In the Putting Length Drill, PGA professional Michael Breed discusses the reasons for this and illustrates several drills to help eliminate the problem. In this lesson you will learn the principle of target putting and how it can help prevent the short putt. Another key to accurate putting is speed, and to help you with this Michael demonstrates a unique two ball drill that will help you to visualize and then execute that perfect putt.Watch Now >>
Learn how to improve your putting distance control. PGA Professional Mike Davis teaches you how to be a better putter by developing your feel for distance control. He explains how to gather data on the putting green to feed your subconscious mind. You will also learn several helpful putting drills and how to create a routine on the putting green. By practicing your routine and developing your feel, you’ll stop focusing on your mechanics and have better distance control.Watch Now >>