Slow Your Downswing, Boost Your Distance
Mar26

Slow Your Downswing, Boost Your Distance

Do you take the downswing for granted? Many weekend golfers do. That’s a mistake—one you don’t want to make. A poor downswing short-circuits power, costs you distance, and puts tremendous pressure on your short game. So, you want to get your downswing right.   You’re not just dropping the club toward the ball with your downswing. You’re unleashing the power you stored with your backswing. If you’ve made a complete...

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7 of My Best “Two-Minute” Power-Packing Golf Tips
Jun29

7 of My Best “Two-Minute” Power-Packing Golf Tips

Boosting power off the tee eases the pressure on your short game. The farther you hit your drives, the shorter your approach shots. The shorter your approach shots, the more chances you have of hitting the green in regulation. Hitting more greens in regulation increases your birdies and pars and chops strokes off your scores and your golf handicap. But like many gofers in my golf lessons, you may think that you’d have to revamp your...

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3 Golf Tips and Drills to Leverage Your Power
Jun15

3 Golf Tips and Drills to Leverage Your Power

Are your drives coming up short? Golf tips say you need to increase clubhead speed to boost power. That’s a good suggestion. The higher the clubhead speed, the farther your drives. One way to increase clubhead speed is by creating more leverage in your swing. That’s something the pros do well. It’s what lets them hammer out 300+ yard drives. Creating leverage adds at least 10 to 15 yards to your drives, and maybe more. So if you...

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6 Golf Tips to Boost Power to Your Golf Swing NOW!
Jun01

6 Golf Tips to Boost Power to Your Golf Swing NOW!

Do you use your body or your arms to power your golf swing? If you are or were a hockey player, you probably use your body. That’s because hockey players use their bodies to hit shots when on the ice. Using your body is more practical than using your hands. It’s also easier and safer. So when hockey players start playing golf, they tend to use their bodies to power their golf swings. But if you’re not a hockey...

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A 5-Step System to Boost Consistency In Your Golf Swing
May04

A 5-Step System to Boost Consistency In Your Golf Swing

Power. Accuracy. Consistency. You‘d love to have a swing that combines all three, wouldn’t you? But developing a swing that’s powerful, accurate, and consistent is easier said than done—even with the help of numerous golf tips. The best approach is to work on achieving one attribute at a time until you’ve created a swing that has all three attributes. The question is, which will make the most impact on your scores?...

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7 Easy Tips to Power Up Your Backswing
Apr27

7 Easy Tips to Power Up Your Backswing

Do you read golf tips on how to hit longer drives? Most golfers do. And with good reason. Hitting it longer off the tee sets you up for easier approach shots, increasing your chances of carding more pars and birdies. Doing that can help you break 80 and lower your golf handicap. But hitting it longer off the tee is easier said than done. One key to doing so is your backswing. That’s where you store the potential energy you need...

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