• 3:03

    Putting practice can become a tedious affair when approached with the same old methods. Especially with short putts, it’s easy to burn out on the practice green if you don’t find ways to keep training challenging and fun. So in this quick lesson, we demonstrate a simple drill you can add to your practice routine

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  • 5:21

    Let’s face it: golf can be a tricky game to get used to. Most beginning golfers learn by swinging for the fences and figuring it out as they go. This can be a viable option, but we’re firm believers in establishing the basics first and then building to a full swing. The biggest issue we

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  • 2:39

    Like most elements of a solid golf swing, the grip is all about establishing the fundamentals and practicing until it’s second nature. Proper golf grip is really rather simple; just a few mechanics dictate whether or not you’re set up for success. In this lesson, PGA Professional Michael Peterson teaches you a simple grip-perfecting exercise

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  • 2:20

    Have you ever paid close attention to the points in your golf swing where you experience the most tension? In the ideal scenario, you only tense up at the bottom of your swing just before contact. But for most players, though, that’s probably not the case. Tension leads to an irregular golf swing tempo, which

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  • 2:01

    There are many benefits to slowing your swing way down at the range. By drastically reducing your tempo, you are forced to pay close attention to every little movement in the collective whole of your stroke. But that’s not all it does! In this lesson, PGA Professional Michael Peterson demonstrates what else happens when you

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  • 5:10

    We’ve often found that when both amateur and professional golfers miss their target to the left or right, it’s because their launch angle is wrong. All golf clubs have a designated degree of loft that, when utilized properly, does the work of trajectory for you. There’s no need to try to make a club do

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  • 5:03

    In most other sports, a thorough warm up is essential for optimal performance in a game, race or match. Warming up and going through your routine ensures you will be in the right place physically and mentally for the big moments. The same is true for golf, despite what many amateur players might say. Sure,

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  • 1:34

    Muscle memory is established through repetition. The only way to reach the point where your body knows better than your brain is to continuously practice the same proper technique until the movement is second nature. Therefore, if you’ve developed a golf backswing with improper mechanics, correction of those poor mechanics can only come through repeated

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  • 1:13

    One of the most common mistakes amateurs make with the putter in their hands is allow their lower body to do the work. Proper putting form requires absolutely no movement in the legs or hips; the hands and shoulders should be in complete control. If you find yourself letting the lower body do more than

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