• 1:59

    There are three main parts of the body that you can adjust in order to gain club head speed and get a little extra distance. You can either speed up rotation with your body, your arms, or your hands. Minor changes in each part affects the outcome of your swing a little bit differently. And

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  • 3:56

    Whether at one-on-one lessons or on the course with friends, we see countless amateur golfers whose clubs aren’t properly fitted to their body structure. Too long, too short, of course that happens all the time. But the aspect of club fitting that’s most crucial but most often incorrect is their lie angle. Proper golf club

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  • 1:00

    One of the most underemphasized but essential components of a solid golf stroke is the golf swing plane angle. Sound mechanics are vital for consistency and muscle memory, and practicing your swing plane angle is a crucial component of expert technique. In this lesson filled with free golf tips, PGA Professional TJ Tomasi explains the

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  • 2:48

    When it comes to confidence on the golf course, nothing gives as great a boost as a solid tee shot with the driver. Long is good, but hitting your target in the center of the fairway and leaving yourself a comfortable approach shot is better. And most experts will tell you the key to a

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  • 3:11

    If you’re like most amateur golfers, you probably don’t pay much attention to the bottom of your golf swing, particularly the contact you make with the ground. In fact, the majority of players don’t actually hit the ground when they swing their club. But hitting the ground is essential for a solid stroke. In this

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  • 2:49

    You can hit your 7 iron 155 yards on the money every time. Full swing and you know what to expect. But did you know you can use that same club to hit 145, or even 135 yards? All you have to do is shorten your swing, and that 7 iron can become an 8

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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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  • 2:24

    Did you know you can learn a lot about your golf swing and the fit of your clubs by drawing a single line on a practice ball? It’s true! With one stroke of a Sharpie, you’ll be able to figure out what’s happening when you swing each of the clubs in your bag. Where you’re

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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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