In this video, Mark Wilson discusses some specific aspects of Rule 18 2A from the rules of golf. Watch as Mark demonstrates examples of match play and stroke play where a ball at rest was moved by an outside agency due to a player’s actions. There are many situations where a ball at rest may be moved by accident. Follow along to with a few of these examples to see which situations involve penalties.
When choosing a sand wedge, it is important to consider the bounce vs. loft of the club. Instructor Matt Kluck demonstrates how varying degrees of bounce and loft affect the performance of a wedge depending on the type of sand and bunker you are in. He’ll cover considerations for the type of bunkers you play in most often and choosing the wedge that best compliments your particular game.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 >>
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 >>
Challenging yourself through a series of practice games and drills is a great way to improve your bunker play. PGA Instructor Joe Plecker, Jr. and Brandel Chamblee show you three of these, the Penny Drill, Trajectory Drill, and Ladder Drill. Practicing these drills will lead to more consistent ball striking and distance control out of the sand. If you can master these drills, you will be a better bunker player and dramatically increase your odds of getting up and down.Watch Now >>