• 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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  • Shape Your Shot
    4:03

    In this video you’ll learn how to shape your shots. PGA professional Mike Bender shows you a drill on how to shape your shots with fades and draws. He explains the importance of having a stock shot and why you should never cross your line. To illustrate this, he tells a story about Jack Nicklaus at the Masters. To conclude, he shows you a drill to help you consistently shape your shots with confidence.

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  • Putting Drills
    10:13

    In this video you will discover several effective putting drills and games you can incorporate into your practice routine. PGA Professionals Mike Bender and Charlie King show you practice techniques to improve your putting. These games will improve your distance control, lag putting and help you achieve a consistent putter swing path. Put these drills to use during your next practice session and get more enjoyment and better results from it.

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  • Understanding the Putter, Stroke and Line
    20:16

    Most golfers don’t put in the time and patience needed to develop a proper putting stroke that they can repeat over and over. Consequently, they tend to tack a number of unnecessary strokes onto their scorecard. Solid mechanics and a proper putting stroke can mean the difference between just a good round and the round

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  • Putting: Improved Distance and Accuracy
    14:01

    Putting is perhaps the most important facet of every golfer’s game that they can always improve. Just like a basketball player looking to become more clutch at the free throw line by staying after practice and drilling shot upon shot, you can improve putting with commitment to developing a consistent stroke and honing your muscle

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  • The Swing Plane
    6:15

    Golf is a game of cause and effect. Take a solid swing and make good contact, you should hit a good shot. If every piece of your golf swing is executed correctly, you’ll put your ball on target. Conversely, if your mechanics break down at any point, your ball ends up somewhere other than its

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