• 0:58

    In this free video lesson PGA Professional Mark Drenga explains why most golfers are inconsistent with the 3 wood and 5 wood, and gives a solution for better fairway wood play. Mark’s idea for harnessing the fairway wood is to get rid of the 3 and 5 and essentially create a 4. How, you ask?…

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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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  • 2:25

    The key to hitting out of a bunker is to aim for the sand and to take the ball with it. You can adjust anything you want in regard to grip, posture and extremity angle, but the basics prevail over all. Use sand to push your ball out and get that ball to your target,…

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  • 1:28

    There’s nothing as intimidating to most amateur golfers as a bad lie in a fairway sand trap. Close to the lip, a full iron out from the green: how should it be attacked? In this free video, PGA Professional Mark Drenga shows you how to easily navigate fairway bunker shots placed near the lip of…

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  • 2:01

    Do you have trouble keeping your tee shot in the fairway, even though your swing feels like it should be accurate? If so, you’re not as crazy as you might think. According to PGA Professional Mark Drenga, most golfers use drivers that are too long. For whatever reason, manufacturers have been increasing golf club length…

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  • 1:13

    One of the most common mistakes amateurs make with the putter in their hands is allow their lower body to do the work. Proper putting form requires absolutely no movement in the legs or hips; the hands and shoulders should be in complete control. If you find yourself letting the lower body do more than…

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  • 1:17

    Seasonal depression hits us hard when the colder weather rolls in and forces us off the course for a few long months. But just because we don’t get to walk the greens in winter doesn’t mean we don’t work a little practice time in at home to keep improving our technique. There are plenty of…

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  • Sweep to a Better Chip Shot
    2:06

    If you struggle with greenside pitch shots, the problem most likely stems from technique and your level of commitment to the shot. Solid pitching is a matter of feel and execution, so if you know can develop the proper form with your swing and you know you’re going to hit a good shot close to…

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  • Promote Solid Feedback
    2:13

    Solid golf contact doesn’t come naturally because you develop a smooth swing. It’s practiced and perfected, and it relies upon an understanding of technique and swing pattern. Most amateur golfers want to improve the contact they make will the golf ball so they can hit longer and more accurate shots. So in this lesson, we’re…

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