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Swing Fundamentals

Ball Flight: Low and High Follow Through

There are a number of ways to hit the golf ball high and low. One way is to use your follow through position. Let’s start with hitting the ball lower. Take your normal setup position but on your follow through stop the club around waist height. This...

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...

Recovery Shots: Escaping from the trees

For the average golfer, if you’re stuck behind trees you’ve probably heard to “just take your medicine”. This means that you should take the easiest route to get the ball back to the fairway so you can have the best approach in for your next shot...

Using Ball Position to Shape Your Shots

Ball position alters the shape of your ball flight, whether from right to left or left to right. But it also affects the trajectory up or down. Let’s start by going over a draw. Begin by moving the ball forward in your stance. You want to align your...

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...

The Secret to a Better Grip

The 3 Primary Grips When looking to perfect your grip, you must first understand the fundamentals. There are 3 primary grips you could use. Interlock: The pinky finger on the right hand will lock between the index and middle fingers of the left hand...