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    2016 RBC Heritage: Learning Moment from Branden Grace

    Branden Grace was impressive throughout the entire week on the way to his first PGA Tour victory. His short game was especially good and his chip-in at 18 in the 3rd round is our learning moment of the week. Lean towards the target Take a narrow stance and angle your feet towards the target. Play […] More

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    2016 Masters: Golf Tip from Danny Willett

    This week’s learning moment is taken from Danny Willett’s drive on 18 during the final round of the Masters. Willett stepped up to the 18th tee with a three shot lead, knowing that a good drive in the fairway would all but seal his first green jacket. There are a couple of things that we […] More

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    Golf Tip of the Day: Jim Herman’s Chip-In

    For our golf tip of the day we go back to a clutch chip-in for Jim Herman on the 16th hole at the Shell Houston Open that led to his win. Herman pulled his tee shot to the left but was fortunate to miss the greenside bunker. He drew an uphill lie, which can be […] More

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    Martin Hall Shows Us How to Hit it Out of a Divot

    Every golfer out there has a story about how their perfect drive got stuck in a divot in the middle of the fairway. If you aren’t playing with your buddies over your weekend round, you most likely would play it out of the divot. So how do you make solid contact with a golf ball […] More

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    Instruction Video: How to Create and Use Lag

    I have always found it interesting how golf swing concepts evolve over time without really changing. Today one of the buzz words is “lag” and how to create it. When I was younger it was referred to as maintaining the angle. It refers to the cocking of the wrists and maintaining the wrist cock until […] More

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    Get More Distance with This Simple Drill

    One of the things that my students most commonly request help with is getting more distance with all their clubs, but especially their driver. The video below will show you a simple, but effective way to help you get that extra yardage. I learned this drill as when I first started teaching and have helped […] More

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    Ball Striking vs Scoring

    This is a video by someone that is a great golf instructor and , like myself, gears everything toward the 12+ handicapper. I chose this topic because I find this to be very true. When people come to me for lessons and I ask what their goal for their golf game is the first answer […] More

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    Is Your Ego Hurting Your Golf Score?

    Having played with hundreds, if not thousands, of “average” golfers over the years I have noticed that almost all of them make the same two mistakes that kill their golf game. I found an article recently on Pro Golf Now that stated both of them very well: “The two most common mistakes that I see […] More

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    What We Can Learn From Our Practice Swings and Bobby Jones

    I ran across an excerpt from Bobby Jones book, Bobby Jones on Golf, on a blog post by a friend, John Haynes, that I think is worth passing on. Jones makes some interesting observations about the practice swing and a problem that so many golfers have. “One day my father and I were playing together, […] More

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    What You Really Need to Know Before Buying a New Driver

    Here is some interesting facts that golfers need to know before buying a new driver and the equipment manufacturers are NOT going to tell you this. I found this information on a blog written by Frank Thomas who is one of the world’s leading golf equipment experts and innovators. He was Technical Director of the […] More

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    Why Golf Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

    Contrary to all the things that you hear constantly, golf doesn’t have to be difficult. One of the biggest threats to growing the game of golf is the constant comments from golf professionals and tour players that golf is difficult. That is not necessarily true and here is why. I recently ran across an interesting […] More

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