• 2:06

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates a simple drill that will help improve your ball contact and make your swing more consistent. The Fireman’s Carry Drill can be added to the training regimen for those of all levels; it’s the perfect drill for any golfer struggling to hone their backswing and

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  • 2:17

    In this quick lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates one of the easiest golf drills for a more consistent swing: the Three Step Drill. Proper alignment is essential for a golf swing that’s consistent and accurate, so Joseph shows you how to develop a better aligned swing in just three simple steps. Many golfers break

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  • 5:13

    The best golf swing is the one that is relaxed, well-timed and mechanically sound. Oftentimes amateur golfers fight themselves by gripping too tightly and swinging too hard, when all the need to do is get back to basics and let the club do the work. In this lesson, PGA Professional Robert Smith teaches you how

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  • 1:45

    Do you ever feel like your arms are fighting your hips, which together are fighting the club as you go through your swing? That’s not an uncommon feeling, and it happens when your upper and lower body fall out of sync with the weight in your hands. For a graceful, easy swing, the body and

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  • 0:59

    Greater coil in your shoulders equates to higher torque, increased club head speed, and longer drives. Most amateur golfers haven’t been taught the concept of coil, but we think it’s important for everyone to understand what coil is and how it can be improved. So in this free lesson, PGA Professional TJ Tomasi teaches you

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  • 2:27

    Ben Hogan, one of the greatest professionals the game has ever known, said that good golf posture at address should feel like leaning into a bar stool. It’s not an upright rigid stance, but neither is it a full squat. To create your most consistent swing, with solid contact and fluid technique, you have to

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  • 1:59

    There are three main parts of the body that you can adjust in order to gain club head speed and get a little extra distance. You can either speed up rotation with your body, your arms, or your hands. Minor changes in each part affects the outcome of your swing a little bit differently. And

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  • 2:25

    The key to hitting out of a bunker is to aim for the sand and to take the ball with it. You can adjust anything you want in regard to grip, posture and extremity angle, but the basics prevail over all. Use sand to push your ball out and get that ball to your target,

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  • 3:26

    There’s only so much distance you can add to your swing by honing technique with a normal club in your hands. Eventually, you need to step up to new training tools to gain those extra few yards. The weighted golf swing trainer is one such tool guaranteed to help you access that reserve power that

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