Earlier this year, PGA Tour hosted the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open at the base of the beautiful Sierra Nevada's.
11 Nov 2010 - 2:00pm - 0 Comments
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.
11 Nov 2010 - 1:21pm - 0 Comments
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.
11 Nov 2010 - 1:15pm - 1 Comments
In order to develop a fundamentally sound address position to play your best golf, you need to understand the various components involved.
11 Nov 2010 - 1:09pm - 0 Comments
This special golf club has the unique ability to teach you the simple swing fundamentals for the new player and also help the strong player recapture their slumping swing. Since the sand wedge is a shorter club, use it to establish rhythm.
11 Nov 2010 - 1:03pm - 0 Comments
It's mind boggling to consider all the elements of correct body movement required to arrive at impact with a square clubface along with a clubhead path down the target line -- positioning ourselves for a straight shot.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:59am - 0 Comments
This week, I'd like to write about the role of the hips since they, along with proper shoulder rotation, are critical in executing a strong, consistent golf swing. In fact, those two movements must work together.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:55am - 2 Comments
Two of the biggest factors that contribute to distance are hitting the golf ball in the center of the club face, and creating speed. Think of your swing as having two engines - your body and your arms. Both are power producers and both have their role in the swing.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:52am - 0 Comments
Loft and ball position controls trajectory. My comments are intended mainly for the improvement of your short game, but these pointers can be applied to your full swing.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:44am - 0 Comments
Developing a proper grip requires a sound understanding of how the placement of the hands impacts the direction of the clubface and the wrists throughout the swing.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:41am - 4 Comments
Today's golf instruction encompasses many different theories, philosophies, and models. The bottom line to all of the types of instruction you receive is being able to feel the difference between how you currently perform your swing and how you want to perform your swing.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:29am - 0 Comments
You play the same way you practice is a coaching adage used in all sports at all levels. If it is true, most golfers have little hope of playing well. It is common to see golfers practice without focus, without targets, with frustration and with mechanical thoughts that are often misguided.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:25am - 1 Comments
11 Nov 2010 - 11:16am - 0 Comments
We've all read articles and heard TV commentary about restricting your hip turn on the backswing to develop more coil and increase you X-Factor (the differential in degrees of rotation between shoulder rotation and hip rotation).
11 Nov 2010 - 11:07am - 0 Comments
Address and impact have two very different looks to them as well they should. However, the angle of the clubshaft is one thing that golfers should try to make look the same at impact as it was at address. A great way to tell if you are accomplishing this goal is to look at your divots.
11 Nov 2010 - 11:02am - 0 Comments
Did you know the golf swing has two centers, an upper, and a lower? The approximate location of you upper center is the top button on your golf shirt (if you have it buttoned). The approximate location of your lower center is your belt buckle.
11 Nov 2010 - 10:57am - 0 Comments
One important consideration with every golf swing -- and a clear difference between top players and most amateurs -- is the position of the hands at impact. With a good player, the hands are even with their left (lead) leg and ahead of the ball at impact.
11 Nov 2010 - 10:37am - 0 Comments
The cliché,"one good turn deserves another" is as helpful with your golf swing as it is for everyday living. Once you adopt a balanced posture with a tilt of the spine, lower back flat, hips back, knees slightly flexed and your body weight concentrated on the balls of your feet, you are ready for
11 Nov 2010 - 10:30am - 0 Comments
The weight of the clubhead cannot be manipulated. It MUST be swung. A swing is accomplished when the club goes back and forth with the rhythm of a pendulum. The "tick-tock" of a pendulum is the beat of a great golf swing.
11 Nov 2010 - 10:16am - 0 Comments
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