• 2:24

    Did you know you can learn a lot about your golf swing and the fit of your clubs by drawing a single line on a practice ball? It’s true! With one stroke of a Sharpie, you’ll be able to figure out what’s happening when you swing each of the clubs in your bag. Where you’re

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  • 3:06

    You find yourself in the troublesome scenario where you need to hit underneath a tree line, but if you take your full swing you’ll overshoot your target and possibly find yourself in a hazard. What do you do? You could pitch a wedge into the fairway, resign yourself to a dropped stroke, and rue the

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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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  • 3:09

    The vast majority of amateur golfers who take lessons with a PGA Professional show up on the range with one common concern: they want to hit their driver straighter, farther and more accurately. We all know the driver is golf’s hardest but most important club; it’s crucial for the success of almost every hole, but

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  • 2:09

    There’s a distinct difference in the way professionals and most amateurs navigate trees and other tall objects on the golf course. Whereas weekend warriors tend to lean way back and dig their club under the ball to create greater loft, the pros know steep shots are entirely dependent upon the stance and the angle of

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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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  • 3:23

    If you’re finding many or most of your shots end up off to the right of your target, that’s probably because you are releasing your right arm and, in turn, not turning over the club face. How can we tell? Because we see it all the time. You swing like normal, but once you’ve made

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  • 4:27

    We’re not sure what it is about the human brain that makes most amateur golfers think, “I can’t seem to get a handle on my swing. I’m spraying it left, and missing my target by a mile. I know what I’ll do; I’ll swing harder!” If you’ve had this thought, trust us, you’re not alone.

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