Watch this video for tips on how to improve your downhill chip shot. We’ll discuss club placement on the ball and proper stance for this kind of shot.
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 >>
Learn the best golf warm up and practice routines from top PGA golf instructors. Dr. Gary Wiren shows you how to warm up for a round for those times you aren’t able to hit the practice range before you tee off. Mike Malaksa explains the difference between hitting the range to “warm up” for aWatch Now >>
Uphill, downhill and sidehill lies in a bunker can be some of the most challenging shots in golf. Brandle Chamblee along with PGA Instructors Joe Plecker, Jr. and Matt Kluck will demontrate how to navigate them. If you find yourself with one of these lies, there are several factors you need to consider in order to achieve success with some consistency. First, Brandel shows you what to do, and what not to do, if faced with an uphill lie. Next, Joe explains a series of specific set-up fundamentals you should follow when hitting from a downhill lie. Finally, Matt stresses the importance of spreading your feet out when faced with a shot where the ball is below your feet. Incorporate these simple tips and find more success with those challenging lies in the sand.Watch Now >>
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 >>