Hybrids & Irons
PGA Professional Kevin Weeks, Director of Instruction at Cog Hill, offers tips on how to hit out of a bad lie on the course, such as when you have to play out of a divot.
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Mike Davis, Director of Instruction at Royal Links Golf Club, explains the benefits of hitting hybrids over traditional long irons.
PGA Professional Rob Labritz talks to you about the proper length of backswing.
My wedges and irons are usually a strong point in my game, but since the start of this season I have a funny tendency from time to time. I will have a slice come off my club and not just a little, a hard low line drive straight to the right!! Got any suggestions?
PGA Professional Kevin Weeks, Director of Instruction at Cog Hill, offers tips on how to hit your ball out of a bad lie on the golf course, such as when you have to play out of a divot.
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PGA Professional Ron Philo Jr. talks to you about proper ball position relative to your target.
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Playing a chip shot from a greenside uphill lie can be very challenging. First, it may be difficult to establish your stance on the slope. Then, knowing what club to use and gauging how far the ball will fly and roll can be confusing.
It's one of the toughest shots for most amateurs to hit -- the dreaded long iron. One of the biggest problems people have with the long irons is a misconception on what makes a good long iron shot. Here are a few keys to remember to help you hit consistent long iron shots.
A question I field quite often is how and when should an amateur take dead aim at pins during the play of a normal round of golf.
One of the biggest changes in golf equipment in recent years has been the switch from long irons (#s 2-4) to the hybrid clubs. Technological changes in both clubs and balls made this come about, and almost by necessity.
It was fortunate for Hunter Mahan that he made a bunch of key putts down the stretch at Firestone, because several times it looked to like he either didn't have a pre-set strategy to play the final holes, or if he did, he didn't stick with it.
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Each year when I watch the British Open I am reminded of two extremely important concepts that every golfer should learn and master. First, when around the green, putt when you can. Second, hit down on your woods like you hit down on your irons.
PGA Professional Jonathan Gibbs instructs you on how manage your distance off the tee by being aware of your grip pressure.
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