• 1:43

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional Ali Jean Wells teaches you one of the simplest golf swing drills for syncing up your upper and lower body. This drill is especially important for beginners, who need to understand that they should first swing the golf club back and then turn their body to reach the

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  • 1:07

    In this free video lesson, PGA Professional TJ Tomasi teaches you how to line up a golf shot properly by keeping in mind how parallax affects your line of sight, your target selection, and the result of your swing. Because of binocular parallax most amateur golfers end up aiming to the left of their target,

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  • 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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  • 1:36

    In this free video lesson PGA Professionals Mike Adams and Joseph Hallett teach you how to set up a golf practice station that will improve alignment and hone accuracy. All you need to create your own simple but efficient practice station is two snow poles, one at your feet perpendicular to your target and another

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  • 1:17

    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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  • 2:27

    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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  • 1:11

    Long drives require solid contact. It’s as simple as getting the clubface square to the ball at the point of impact. Yeah, simple, right? We know how tricky it can be to make consistently solid contact with the ball, so we have a few expert tips to help you finally figure out your technique with

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  • 3:14

    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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  • 0:49

    When we practice hitting different clubs at the driving range, we tend to focus too much on the flight of the ball and the result of each shot. What we should be doing, instead, is focusing on mechanics. The goal of a training session is consistency, and that comes from honing muscle memory through proper

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