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Gripping the Club: Left Hand Grip

A lot of golfers tend to grip the club with the lead hand (left hand for a right-handed golfer) too much in the palm of their hand. When doing so, the club will slip and slide around in your hand. So how do you fix this? Focus on gripping the club...

The Basics of Chipping and Pitching

Stance. When you’re taking your stance on a full shot, you’re going to be standing with your feet about shoulder width apart. You want a wider base when you hit a full shot to restrict your ability to over-turn your lower half. When you...

Ball Position Fundamentals With Irons

The width of the stance should get gradually wider from the shortest club all the way up to the longest. Starting with your shortest club, a wedge, the outsides of your feet should align with the outside of your shoulders. Typically, your wedges...

Ball Position Fundamentals With Woods

Each club will start getting progressively longer and it is important to counter this by widening your stance to the same degree. Widening from club to club is minimal. But from wedge to your longest club, a driver, it is significant. With your...

5 Tips to Read a Green Like a Pro

See the line OR putt to a point. We all see the line differently when surveying a putt. Personally, I see the curve: the line the ball will travel on as it starts out and moving with the lie of the land as it makes its way to the cup. Others will...

A Winning Putting Stroke (At Every Length)

The putting stroke has always been considered a pendulum motion. All other shots in golf involve a significant acceleration and hit onto the ball, but a proper putting stroke is like the large swinging hand in a Grandfather clock swaying back and...

Body Alignment & Your Golf Swing

Body Alignment & Your Golf Swing

A huge part of your golf swing if you body alignment. Where your feet and shoulders align affects the way you’ll swing the golf club. In a perfect world, we’re trying to square our feet and shoulders with our target line, however this is not always...