• 3:51

    Getting the greatest speed in a golf swing is a matter of conserving angular momentum until the bottom of the swing, when you need it most. In this quick video lesson, PGA Professional Dr. Gary Wiren teaches you how to up your distance with a simple drill and an inexpensive tool. First, Gary demonstrates the

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  • 4:02

    Everyone knows the length of the backswing is the key to proper distance control with a pitching wedge. That’s common sense. But do you know how to ensure the length of your backswing is correct for each and every distance you encounter on the golf course? If you said the answer is practice, you’re spot

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  • 3:30

    In this quick video lesson, PGA Professional Dr. Gary Wiren teaches you how to perfect your technique for bunker shots by changing the way you think about the point of contact. Whereas greenside bunker shots require you to take sand first and then the ball, proper fairway sand escapes demand the opposite. It’s all about

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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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  • 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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  • 4:30

    There are two main components to controlling where your chip shots end up: distance and direction. When you’ve honed your technique and made sure your mechanics are such that you can consistently make solid contact and you know the flight path of your typical shot, you can start to work on your direction and distance

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  • 6:14

    A topnotch golf short game is mostly about touch and precise distance control, but it’s also largely based in repetition, decision making and proper technique. The greatest players separate themselves around the green by choosing the right club, finding their mark and executing time after time, whether just off the fringe or twenty feet from

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  • 4:38

    Do you know the difference between chipping and pitching? That’s step one; now, step two: do you know how to control the direction of your pitch shots? Direction control is vital for establishing and maintaining a consistent short game, and it’s often what separates bad rounds from good rounds and good rounds from great. To

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  • 5:03

    Regardless of what you do with the rest of your swing, the only part that really matters is the impact. The world’s best golf coaches will agree, you can move your arms, legs, torso and head however you like in the backswing, as long as you get the clubface square to the ball upon impact.

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