• Long and Short Iron Techniques
    9:47

    PGA Professional Gary Bates demonstrates the keys to great “scoring” irons. He’ll show you a drill for hitting down through the ball, a crucial element for success. Then he’ll provide tips for dialing in your distances and how to hit your short irons different heights. Next, PGA Professional Suzy Whaley talks long irons and how…

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  • Solutions to Thin Irons From The Fairway
    3:41

    To get the best trajectory, distance and backspin, you need to hit down on the golf ball. If you hit up on the ball, you are likely to hit low, thin shots with a lot of top spin. In Solutions to Thin Irons From the Fairway, PGA professional Tom Henderson shows you three simple drills you can practice to alleviate hitting the ball thin. Practice these drills and you are guaranteed to hit the ball more solid.

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  • Ball Striking
    6:45

    In Ball Striking PGA professionals Eric Johnson and Kip PuterBaugh teach you the principles of hitting the fairway wood. In this lesson you will learn the correct posture and arm positions required for a consistent shot. You will also discover the concept of swing focus versus ball focus and how this translates into a more consistent swing and better results on the course.

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  • Fairway Woods Swing Rhythm
    3:32

    In Fairway Woods Swing Rhythm, PGA Professional Eric Johnson covers the basic principles of correct rhythm and balance and demonstrates several ways for you to work on fine tuning your swing. In this lesson, Eric shows you how to utilize a weighted warm up club to help get the feel for a swing with correct speed and balance. You will also learn how using a whippy club can help you quickly identify and correct problems in your swing. Finally you will see a demonstration of a simple long iron drill you can use right away to help you fine tune your take away rhythm.

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  • Selecting Long Irons and Fairway Woods
    2:08

    In most cases, rescue clubs are more forgiving and easier to hit than a long iron. But, that doesn’t mean that they are the right choice every time. PGA Professional Eric Johnson explains why it is important to consider all course conditions before choosing what club to use on a particular shot. Sometimes hitting the shot you need may mean using the club that is harder to hit.

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