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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...

On The Course: Tee Times

Avoid the rush – Give yourself ample time prior to your round to be on the tee box 10 minutes or so before your allotted time. As a rule of thumb, I would always be finished warming up and ready to walk over to the tee box as the group in...

Grip Pressure When Chipping Into the Wind

A quick tip can easily improve your game when you’re chipping into the wind. Take your normal setup for a chip shot: ball centered and weight slightly forward. Pay attention to the grip pressure in your lead hand (your left hand for a right-handed...

US Open Preview: The ‘Outsiders’

Heading into the PGA Championship just a few weeks ago, we were coming off one of the most historic major championships in history. The first Japanese man to win a major, Hideki Matsuyama opened the door for professional golfers throughout Southeast...

At the Short Game Facilities

Share the green – Putting greens are often limited to the number of holes they will have in them to putt to. On days where the practice green is busy, allow others to putt to the same hole as you and do not spend time working on putting drills...

Split Squat with Rotation

Do you ever struggle with early extension or feel like you lose your posture and come out of your swing too early? Here’s a great drill to improve your ability to stay down and through your swing. You can work on using the ground and applying...

On the Driving Range

Spatial awareness – When hitting golf balls be wary of the other golfers around you. Be sure to give yourself ample room from the golfers in front and particularly behind you. You will see videos on social media of people accidentally standing...

Neck CARS Drill

This is a great mobility drill to improve your neck rotation. Bring your chin down toward your collar bone and then use your eyes to guide your head and try to draw a circle from one shoulder to the other. Once you’ve completed one full rotation...