• 1:41

    When training a junior player the mechanics of a consistent golf swing, we always recommend starting with the lower body. A proper golf stance is the basis for solid technique, and stance originates in foot placement. But how far apart should your feet be for a good stroke? Too wide and you’ll hit the ball

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  • 1:58

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional Rafael Floriani teaches you how to position the ball in your golf stance to achieve your best swing with any iron. Where you place the golf ball has a crucial impact on the outcome of your iron shots, and you can tell what’s happening with each shot by

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  • 2:38

    Have you ever wondered why the pros tend to make bunker shots look so easy? Sand saves instill panic in most amateur golfers, but that’s because they don’t usually concentrate on the two most important aspects of bunker shot success. In this free video lesson PGA Professional Eric Hogge teaches you about those two components,

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  • 1:58

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional Mark Drenga teaches you the golf swing tips you need to become more consistent with the driver. Most amateur golfers believe the secret to better tee shots is taking loft off their swing, but Mark’s here to explain why less loft actually results in lousy shots. Your driver

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  • 2:17

    In this quick lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates one of the easiest golf drills for a more consistent swing: the Three Step Drill. Proper alignment is essential for a golf swing that’s consistent and accurate, so Joseph shows you how to develop a better aligned swing in just three simple steps. Many golfers break

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  • 1:27

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional TJ Tomasi teaches you how to achieve a proper golf backswing by adding a pump at the top of your swing. According to TJ, the backswing is where 75% of your errors occur, so why not eliminate those errors by implementing a no backswing swing? TJ shows you

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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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  • 2:01

    There are many benefits to slowing your swing way down at the range. By drastically reducing your tempo, you are forced to pay close attention to every little movement in the collective whole of your stroke. But that’s not all it does! In this lesson, PGA Professional Michael Peterson demonstrates what else happens when you

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  • 1:34

    Muscle memory is established through repetition. The only way to reach the point where your body knows better than your brain is to continuously practice the same proper technique until the movement is second nature. Therefore, if you’ve developed a golf backswing with improper mechanics, correction of those poor mechanics can only come through repeated

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