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.
Learn how to become a better putter with these impactful tips and drills. PGA instructor Krista Dunton shows you each aspect of putting including stance, grip, stroke and ball contact. She teaches you how to determine if you’re a linear or non-linear putter and how to use this knowledge to become a better putter. LaterWatch Now >>
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 >>
Former PGA Teachers of the Year Peter Krause and Laird Small show you how to get an extra 10-15 yards off the tee. You’ll discover the secrets to the perfect swing angle and how to “coil for power” to generate better club head speed. You’ll also learn how to develop a tee box strategy soWatch 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 >>