7 Ways to Close Out a Round of Golf Like a Deadly Assassin…
Mar02

7 Ways to Close Out a Round of Golf Like a Deadly Assassin…

Closing out a great round isn’t always easy. Sometimes, a desire to achieve a goal can cost you a chance to finish strong. If you’re playing with your buddies like many weekend golfers in my golf lessons do, it’s not a big deal. But if you’re playing in a tournament, it can hurt. Just ask Phil Mickelson. In the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am Tournament, Phil failed to close strong in the last...

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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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How to Become a Swing Doctor in 6 Easy Steps
Nov11

How to Become a Swing Doctor in 6 Easy Steps

Golf can beat you up. Take the case of Hal Sutton, a Tour player in the 1990s. Sutton went into a horrific slump early in the decade. It got so bad he almost lost his playing card. Instead of doing what most guys would do (practice more, press more, keep plugging away), he took some time off. It was a game-changing decision for Sutton—maybe the best of his career. While Sutton was away, he visited Jackie Burke, a gifted golf...

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Review: Golfzon SwingTalk Analyzes (and Fixes) Your Swing…
Jul14

Review: Golfzon SwingTalk Analyzes (and Fixes) Your Swing…

Hi folks, Jack here. I’m always trying to stay on top of the most current golf tech. I mean, let’s face it, with the leaps and bounds that smartphones have made in the past few years, we’re carrying around computers in our pockets that are way more powerful than what was on my desk even ten years ago. So it was only a matter of time before someone figured out how to harness that power and use it to help analyze golf...

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3 Secrets to Conquer a Downhill Lie
Jan21

3 Secrets to Conquer a Downhill Lie

Downhill lies are some of the toughest golf shots to set up for, let alone make. It’s just simple physics–you’re trying to hit down on the ball, but the imbalance can make for embarrassing chunks and skulls. Fortunately, there are three simple steps you can take to conquer those tricky downhill lies: 1. Widen Your Stance Too many golfers take their same narrow iron or wedge stance when hitting from a downhill lie....

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5 Golf Tips From The Gridiron To Toughen Up Your Mental Game
Jan07

5 Golf Tips From The Gridiron To Toughen Up Your Mental Game

The Pro Football playoffs are upon us, and while it might seem like American football and golf couldn’t be any different, golfers can learn a lot from watching American football—especially when it comes to the mental side of the game. In fact, the right mental golf tips gleaned from football and correctly applied when practicing or playing can help golfers chop strokes off their handicaps without changing their swing. Don’t...

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