Ron Philo Jr. teaches you how to practice for playing a round of golf with wet ground conditions. Specifically, he focuses on hitting a ball that has mud stuck to it after popping out of a divot. You’ll hit the ball the same way as you normally would, but you have to remember to account for the weight of the mud on one side of the ball. The extra weight on the left or right side of the ball will cause it to essentially lean in one direction or the other. The extra weight on the top or front will cause it to knuckle.
There are a number of variables that factor into the process of selecting a club for golf shots around the green. In order to decide on the right club and come up with a successful shot, you have to consider a few different things about your current situation, and then make the appropriate swing withWatch Now >>
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 >>
Properly assessing your lie and shot selection before hitting out of a bunker is a critical step if you want to be a better player. Instructor Matt Kluck explains why it is important to focus on matching your abilities to the shot you choose. Matt walks you through three different options; the normal shot, the safety shot and the reliable “get-out” shot. He’ll show you how to execute and select the proper equipment for each. Following these tips, you’ll find your play out of the bunker improve in no time.Watch Now >>
The hook or the slice happens to all golfers, whether amateur or professional. When you’re least expecting it, you wind up and unleash a drive that takes off in a direction you hadn’t planned, and you try to adjust your swing on the next tee. If you make the right change, you can get backWatch Now >>