• 3:51

    Getting the greatest speed in a golf swing is a matter of conserving angular momentum until the bottom of the swing, when you need it most. In this quick video lesson, PGA Professional Dr. Gary Wiren teaches you how to up your distance with a simple drill and an inexpensive tool. First, Gary demonstrates the

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  • 7:26

    In this quick video lesson, Mark Wilson of the PGA Rules Committee teaches you what to do when you encounter various loose impediments and obstructions on the course. There is a difference between loose impediments and obstructions, and understanding the definition and circumstances of each determines if you could incur a stroke penalty should you

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  • 4:02

    Everyone knows the length of the backswing is the key to proper distance control with a pitching wedge. That’s common sense. But do you know how to ensure the length of your backswing is correct for each and every distance you encounter on the golf course? If you said the answer is practice, you’re spot

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  • 3:30

    In this quick video lesson, PGA Professional Dr. Gary Wiren teaches you how to perfect your technique for bunker shots by changing the way you think about the point of contact. Whereas greenside bunker shots require you to take sand first and then the ball, proper fairway sand escapes demand the opposite. It’s all about

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  • 1:58

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates one of the best golf tempo drills for better touch at the bottom of your swing. Joseph calls it Rotate and Not Release, and it’s essential for your practice regimen if you’re looking to sync up the timing of your upper and lower body rotation.

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  • 3:53

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates how to hit a draw in golf by practicing a simple exercise called the Over-the-Top Drill. This drill is mostly geared toward players with a handicap of nine or better, but with a slight modification anybody can benefit from this easy exercise. Joseph explains what’s

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  • 2:38

    One of the most important mechanics of a good golf swing is a consistent wrist hinge. Up and down, not side to side, and not loose. The hinge is simple in theory, but amateur golfers who are having trouble controlling their swing don’t often consider that they’re doing too much with their hands. In this

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  • 2:06

    In this quick video lesson PGA Professional Joseph Hallett demonstrates a simple drill that will help improve your ball contact and make your swing more consistent. The Fireman’s Carry Drill can be added to the training regimen for those of all levels; it’s the perfect drill for any golfer struggling to hone their backswing and

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  • 5:13

    The best golf swing is the one that is relaxed, well-timed and mechanically sound. Oftentimes amateur golfers fight themselves by gripping too tightly and swinging too hard, when all the need to do is get back to basics and let the club do the work. In this lesson, PGA Professional Robert Smith teaches you how

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