• The Benefits of Fairway Woods and Hybrid Clubs
    3:07

    Eric Hogge discusses the differences between fairway woods and hybrid clubs, and talks about the benefits of implementing both in your game. If you’re a lifter or a scooper, the lower leading edge on the hybrid will help you to avoid topping the ball more often, which can happen with a fairway wood thanks to… Read more »

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  • Fairway Bunker Drill
    2:07

    PGA Tour Professional Eric Hogge talks about the importance of setting yourself into a proper stance when hitting out of a fairway bunker and teaches you how to choke down on your grip so that you don’t hit the sand first and compound your mistake.

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  • Mastering Fairway Woods
    3:46

    There are few sweeter sounds on the golf course than when you put a clean stroke on the ball with one of the bigger sticks in your golf bag. When your technique is correct, hitting fairway woods and hybrids can add a whole new dimension to your golf game. If you can hone your technique… Read more »

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  • Fairway Wood Accuracy
    5:37

    In this video you’ll learn how to improve your fairway wood accuracy. PGA professional Joe Hallett demonstrates how to shape your shots with a fairway wood. You’ll learn a drill to help you hit a high fade and a low draw. You’ll also learn the slight adjustments you need to make to improve your consistency and accuracy when you shape your fairway wood. At the end of the video Joe will also show you how to hit a straight shot.

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  • Set-Up and Alignment
    5:50

    In Set Up & Alignment PGA Professional Kip Puterbaugh demonstrates the proper posture, alignment and ball position needed for long iron and fairway wood shots. In this lesson, you will learn how to properly position your upper body and feet when addressing the ball. Kip will also teach you how to align your shot using the principle of target alignment and shows you the optimal placement of the ball in your stance for maximum distance and accuracy. An understanding of the three principles of posture, alignment and ball position will help you improve your long iron and fairway wood performance and lower your scores.

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  • Ball Striking
    6:45

    In Ball Striking PGA professionals Eric Johnson and Kip PuterBaugh teach you the principles of hitting the fairway wood. In this lesson you will learn the correct posture and arm positions required for a consistent shot. You will also discover the concept of swing focus versus ball focus and how this translates into a more consistent swing and better results on the course.

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  • Fairway Woods Swing Rhythm
    3:32

    In Fairway Woods Swing Rhythm, PGA Professional Eric Johnson covers the basic principles of correct rhythm and balance and demonstrates several ways for you to work on fine tuning your swing. In this lesson, Eric shows you how to utilize a weighted warm up club to help get the feel for a swing with correct speed and balance. You will also learn how using a whippy club can help you quickly identify and correct problems in your swing. Finally you will see a demonstration of a simple long iron drill you can use right away to help you fine tune your take away rhythm.

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  • Shape Your Shot
    4:59

    Being able to shape your shot when you need to is a great way to lower your score and improve your game. In this video, PGA Professional Kip Puterbaugh shows you how to draw and cut the ball. For a draw, he’ll teach you how to swing shallower and from the inside out. For a cut, he’ll show you how to swing steeper and from the outside in. Kip explains what this means and shows you two drills you can practice to achieve these specific swings with success.

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  • Selecting Long Irons and Fairway Woods
    2:08

    In most cases, rescue clubs are more forgiving and easier to hit than a long iron. But, that doesn’t mean that they are the right choice every time. PGA Professional Eric Johnson explains why it is important to consider all course conditions before choosing what club to use on a particular shot. Sometimes hitting the shot you need may mean using the club that is harder to hit.

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