In Set Up & Alignment PGA Professional Kip Puterbaugh demonstrates the proper posture, alignment and ball position needed for long iron and fairway wood shots. In this lesson, you will learn how to properly position your upper body and feet when addressing the ball. Kip will also teach you how to align your shot using the principle of target alignment and shows you the optimal placement of the ball in your stance for maximum distance and accuracy. An understanding of the three principles of posture, alignment and ball position will help you improve your long iron and fairway wood performance and lower your scores.
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 >>
In this video you’ll learn how to play fairway, waste, long and specialty bunker shots. PGA professionals Joe Plecker Jr., Rick Martino, and Matt Kluck teach you how to play each of these tough bunker shots. They show you the best ball position, swing angle and club face position for each. You’ll learn how toWatch Now >>
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 >>
Most golfers don’t put in the time and patience needed to develop a proper putting stroke that they can repeat over and over. Consequently, they tend to tack a number of unnecessary strokes onto their scorecard. Solid mechanics and a proper putting stroke can mean the difference between just a good round and the roundWatch Now >>