• 1:27

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional TJ Tomasi teaches you how to achieve a proper golf backswing by adding a pump at the top of your swing. According to TJ, the backswing is where 75% of your errors occur, so why not eliminate those errors by implementing a no backswing swing? TJ shows you…

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  • 1:17

    Few amateur golfers understand how important the movement of the pelvis is at the bottom of the golf swing in transition through the impact zone. When you push your hips forward as you make contact with the ball, your club head will lift off its path, which will cause you to misfire. But if you…

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  • 3:39

    Do you ever feel as if your short game is one-dimensional, like you know how to get the ball onto the green and near your target, but not much else? Pitching versatility is one of the components of a good short game that separates capable golfers from great golfers. But how can you become more…

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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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  • 1:33

    Do you have trouble hitting your target on a consistent basis? Does your tee shot tend to end up 20 yards left or right of where you wanted even though you struck it cleanly? You’re putting a solid stroke on the ball, but for some reason it gets away from you. If this is the…

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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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  • 1:55

    Most beginner golfers aren’t taught the importance of starting slow and making their finish count. When young players are handed their first club, their instinct is to swing hard and figure out technique after they’ve whacked a couple good ones. But the thing is, first timers swing too violently to hit productive practice shots, thus…

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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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