• Maximum Distance
    3:57

    In this video you’ll learn how to maximize the distance of your driver. PGA Professional Trent Wearner shows you the “ribbon drill” to help you have the right swing plane. He explains that for maximum distance you need the ideal swing plane so you hit the ball in the center of the club face every time. You’ll learn the “tee drill” to ensure that your swing plane is on path for optimal ball striking allowing you to produce maximum distance off the tee.

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  • Office Drill for Swing Plane
    1:59

    In this video you will learn a drill to improve your swing plane. PGA professionals Mike Adams and Joe Hallett demonstrate a drill that requires three simple props that you can set up in your home and office. You will learn how to set up the props and how to practice the ideal swing angle. The drill is easy and helps you practice your swing plane whether you’re at your home, office or golf course.

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  • Body Turn for Great Tee Shots
    2:13

    Learn how the fundaments for improving your body rotation on tee shots. In this video PGA Professional Charlie King shows you how to plant your left foot on tee shots. He explains how this helps improve your accuracy with your driver. He relates the technique to a baseball swing and field goal kicking to illustrate how planting your left foot improves your body turn for better power and control.

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  • Distance Off the Tee
    4:08

    In this video, learn the keys to more distance with you driver. PGA Professional Brad Redding explains several techniques to help you generate more power and swing speed off the tee. He teaches you why the grip is so important and how to get a good wrist cock. You’ll learn the mistake most amateurs make with their legs and why pushing down in your stance is so important. By generating more swing speed with these tips you’ll be hitting it further with your driver in no time.

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  • Maximum Distance
    3:57

    In this video you’ll learn how to maximize the distance of your driver. PGA Professional Trent Wearner shows you the “ribbon drill” to help you have the right swing plane. He explains that for maximum distance you need the ideal swing plane so you hit the ball in the center of the club face every time. You’ll learn the “tee drill” to ensure that your swing plane is on path for optimal ball striking allowing you to produce maximum distance off the tee.

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  • Tee Box Accuracy and Alignment
    4:27

    The majority of amateur golfers are prone to making one very forgivable mistake, and golf instructors everywhere know it as soon as they see it. The mistake is improper alignment of the feet, caused by a kind of optical illusion that happens when you’re picking your target prior to stepping into your tee shot. Superior

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  • Avoiding the Slide
    3:12

    Learn how to avoid the slide with your golf swing. PGA Professional Tom Henderson shows you how to rotate with you golf swing instead of sliding. To demonstrate the difference Tom sets up several teaching aids you can find around your house. These aids can be used on the driving range to help you align your shot and become mindful if a slide is present in your golf swing.

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  • Spraying Your Tee-Shots
    4:27

    During those stretches of play where the golf ball seems physically averse to the fairway, most golfers develop counterproductive swing changes when correcting a slice with a driver because they’re focused on the wrong mechanics in their swing. More often than not, it’s focusing too much and overthinking each mistake that causes golfers to lose

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  • Right Heel Up Drill
    1:53

    In this video you will learn the Right Heel Up drill to improve your golf swing. PGA Professional Joseph Hallett teaches you how to improve your ball contact and balance using this drill. Mastering this drill will improve your consistency, accuracy, balance and ball contac and Joe explains how this drill has helped Nick Faldo, as well as many other pros and amateurs, control their right leg during the swing.

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