• 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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  • 0:54

    The yips often happen because you’re losing track of the ball at the top of your swing with the eye that’s farthest from the ball. It’s pretty easy to understand why; the ball shifts from your focus as you turn away in the backswing, and requires adjustment on the down, which can be tricky. To

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  • 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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  • beginner golf swing
    2:03

    When most beginner golfers first start learning how to swing a golf club, they do what feels right and don’t know to focus on developing a stroke that follows a proper swing plane. However, staying on the swing plane is essential to maintain a solid and consistent golf stroke, so it’s important to teach the

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  • Curing the Shank
    3:12

    We all get them, sooner or later. The shanks can be the golfer’s worst nightmare, seeing their tee shots and approaches flying off to the right again and again, losing ball after ball to the trees. Once the shanks set in, they can be hard to shake, especially when you try correcting the wrong aspects of your swing. Often, amateur golfers make changes to their grip, stance and swing that do not fix the problem, but rather reinforce bad habits. Luckily, learning how to stop shanking isn’t all that hard; you’ll need just a single tee.

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  • Putting Green Rules
    20:26

    After just a few rounds with an experienced golfer, most new golfers figure out how to navigate the course with proper golf etiquette and not get in anyone’s way. However, there are a number of important rules that go unknown to a majority of amateur golfers, largely pertaining to things we can and can’t do

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  • Distance Problems
    10:18

    In this video you will learn what everyone is looking for, how to improve your distance. PGA Professionals Rodney Green and Jay Overton demonstrate several drills to help you generate more club head speed. You will learn a drill named after Gary Player to help you get your lower body involved in the swing. Lastly, PGA Professional Kevin Weeks shows you a drill to improve your shoulder rotation. Each drill focues on how to hit the golf ball further regardless of club selection.

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  • Short Game Swing
    2:55

    No matter your age or skill level, 65-70% of your shots in a round of golf come within 100 yards of the pin. With a statistic like that, you could say it’s pretty important to hone your skills with the shorter clubs in your hands. For most amateurs, learning how to improve short game swing mechanics just takes repetition and a solid understanding of distance control.

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  • Golf Swing Tips for Gaining Distance Off the Tee
    8:33

    Ever watch the pros tee off and wonder how they generate so much distance without seeming to overswing? That’s because you don’t need a more aggressive swing to hit the ball farther off the tee, you just need proper angles. After all, generating optimal clubhead speed and launching the golf ball way out into the fairway takes moving your body in the right way at the right points in your golf swing. Today you’ll learn the keys to developing a powerful drive so you can get more distance off the tee and swing like a professional.

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