• 4:02

    Dialing for Distance: Controlling Your Pitch Shots

    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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  • 2:38

    Golf Practice Drills: Hinge Only

    One of the most important mechanics of a good golf swing is a consistent wrist hinge. Up and down, not side to side, and not loose. The hinge is simple in theory, but amateur golfers who are having trouble controlling their swing don’t often consider that they’re doing too much with their hands. In this…

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  • 2:30

    Golf Swing Drills: The Step-Into

    If you’re constantly striving to add yardage off the tee but can’t seem to figure out how to make it happen, might we suggest stepping away and stepping back in? That’s a little on the nose, but in this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett teaches you one of the simplest golf swing drills…

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  • 5:13

    Build Your Best Golf Swing with the 4-Finger Exercise

    The best golf swing is the one that is relaxed, well-timed and mechanically sound. Oftentimes amateur golfers fight themselves by gripping too tightly and swinging too hard, when all the need to do is get back to basics and let the club do the work. In this lesson, PGA Professional Robert Smith teaches you how…

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  • 1:17

    Golf Exercises for Better Technique: The Pelvic Thrust Drill

    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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  • 1:08

    How to Hit Out of a Bunker: The Survivor Drill

    Ending up in a difficult bunker can leave you feeling isolated, lost, maybe even stranded on an island without much hope of rescue. If you allow yourself to fret over getting stuck in a trap, you’re probably going to hit a bad recovery shot. So why not embrace it? View the sand trap as a…

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  • 1:55

    Holding the Golf Swing Follow Through

    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

    Golf Practice Exercises for Better Posture: The Chair Drill

    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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  • 3:14

    How to Hit a Driver Straight: 3 Keys to 3 Tees

    Balance, balance, balance. The key, or rather 3 keys, to driving the ball straight off the tee. Anyone who’s ever led the Tour in driving accuracy knows that in order to find the fairway consistently, you have to be in control of your body. Head to toe balance. So in this lesson, PGA Professional Michael…

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