It is very important that you do all your golf thinking and decision making away from the golf ball so when you walk into the shot, all you have to do is react to your target and execute.
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PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help you with different types of grip.
PGA Professional Eric Hogge helps you find the proper posture for your lower body
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help maintain proper grip pressure throughout your swing
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help you get aligned properly every time.
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help you keep your top and lower half aligned.
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help you find the best distance you should be from the golf ball to have the most efficient golf swing.
PGA Professional Eric Hogge shares a tip to help you position your feet correctly for a better golf swing
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help you be the proper distance away from the ball.
Eric Hogge, the Head Golf Professional at the Center for Golf Learning and Performance and the Director of Club Fitting for PGA of America, gives an in-depth analysis on lie angle; the angle between the bottom of the golf club and the shaft.
David Donatucci, Director of Fitness and Performance for the PGA of America, demonstrates an exercise that will assist you in gaining stability, flexibility, strength and power; all things that will benefit your performance on the golf course.
TNT's Craig Sager went through one of the top golf schools in the country, the PGA Golf School in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Watch how his swing is analyzed and improved using the latest in techology, part of the learning process at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance.
I purchased your swing plane cd set and found it to be very helpful (at least swining clubs in my livingroom - I live in Boston, course opens next week). I can never get comfortable in the following two areas:
I have a problem with my backswing. I have a tendency to bring the club back on different swingplanes. Can you give me a key to a consistent swingplane.
I'm a big fan of the one plane swing but I was wondering in your takeaway should it be a set arms and wrists or should it be all shoulders? I hear different answers from many people and I think it would be best to hear from the man himself.
How do I stop thinking about my score during a tournament or qualifiers? When I play for score I can not help thinking about what I did on the hole before if it was a birdie or a bogey. I just can not help it.
I know it is hard to tell a person the reason their ball is doing what it is doing without seeing them hit in person but my question is what might be making me pull hook a ball off the tee. Could I possibly be playing the ball to far forward in my stance?
With my driver and fairway woods I have an outside to inside swing causing a severe slice. Im fine with my irons only happens with woods. what can I do to correct this???
I feel very comfortable with the 10 finger grip. When watching the big boys they either use the over lap or enter lock grip which I also can use. By using the 10 finger grip, am I at any disadvantages like loosing distance or accuracy?
I sometimes push the driver to the right, but it's not a slice. Is this my grip or swing or both?
My daughter suffers from crossing the line at the top. She is right handed and her shaft at the top many times points to right feild. I have tried many things but have not come up with a simple cure. She says she cannot even feel it when she does it. Any suggestions?
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