Develop A Go-To Golf Shot
Jan17

Develop A Go-To Golf Shot

There are numerous reasons why players work the ball. They can hold it up into the wind. Work it away from trouble. Or fade or draw the ball to better get at different pin locations. A straight ball flight would be subject to the wind direction, so for example, if there is a left pin location, the wind is left to right, you would have to start the ball way left of the green and hope the wind brings it back on target. Or you could draw...

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The Secret to Hitting the Ball Straight Every Time…
Jan27

The Secret to Hitting the Ball Straight Every Time…

Do you know what “D-Plane” is in golf? Not many players do. But don’t beat yourself up too much over not knowing what the term means. It’s not a concept you’d learn from taking golf lessons or reading golf tips in magazines. But knowing what D-Plane is in golf can help you go low and reduce your golf handicap dramatically. D-Plane is a concept introduced in the book The Physics of Golf, published in 1993. The term refers to “the plane...

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Video: Jason Blonder Shows You How to Shape Your Shot
Dec09

Video: Jason Blonder Shows You How to Shape Your Shot

My good buddy Jason Blonder is back, and he’s going to address a topic that I get a lot of emails about, but don’t talk nearly enough about: shot shaping. While most pros guard shot shaping secrets like they’re the treasure map to El Dorado, Jason lays out, in plain English, why you just need to make a couple of quick tweaks to your swing, and you’ll be literally bending the ball to your will in no time. If...

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6 Ways to Shape Your Shots That Separate “Players” From Duffers…
Nov24

6 Ways to Shape Your Shots That Separate “Players” From Duffers…

What type of golfer are you? Many weekend golfers are average golfers. On a good day, they can break 100. Other golfers are good golfers. They shoot in the 90s consistently or 80s. Then there are the “players.” These players play smart golf and can meet almost any golf challenge that they face. If you’re serious about improving your game, work hard at becoming a player. Players attack courses with a vengeance—and they usually...

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5 Drills to Control Your Shots Like a Tour Pro
Feb17

5 Drills to Control Your Shots Like a Tour Pro

The key to shrinking your golf handicap is to develop a repeatable swing that combines consistency and distance. That’s easier said than done! Some weekend golfers hit the ball long, but lack consistency. On the other extreme, some hit the ball consistently into the fairway, but with far less distance than they need to conquer longer par 4s and 5s over time. One common reason for this lack of consistency and distance is poor shot...

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This 3-part Drill Fixes Your Slice Permanently
Aug05

This 3-part Drill Fixes Your Slice Permanently

What’s the most common swing flaw in golf? If you said “the slice,” you’d be right. Maybe 90 percent of all golfers struggle with a slice. That’s right—90 percent. What causes them to slice may varies, but all slicers hit high weak shots that fly to the right (or left, if you’re left-handed). Slicing is frustrating. It also costs you a ton of strokes. So if you’re a slicer, you’re probably looking for a way to rid yourself of this...

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