Teaching Tip #5: Putt Like a Pro Putting accounts for 35-45% of your average round of golf. To put that into perspective, if you were to 2 putt every hole on a regulation 18 hole golf course, then on average you would have: 2.6 times as many putts as drives 2 times as many putts … Continue reading Teaching Tip #5: Putt Like a Pro
So, it's the off season. You probably haven't played as much golf in the last few months as you would have liked and the season is fast approaching. One of the best ways to motivate yourself to practice again is to upgrade your equipment. Everyone loves a new putter or the hottest driver at the … Continue reading Off Season Fix
Do you have a problem with that flying elbow at the top of your backswing? Most people that make the transition from baseball to golf tend to let their right elbow (right handed players) get a little too wild at the top of their backswing. Why should you care? The flying right elbow, or "chicken … Continue reading Teaching Tip: Put A Sock In It!
Ever wonder whether you are gripping the club correctly? Do your hands hurt when you swing? Here's the Golf Fix: One of my favorite ways to demonstrate a good golf grip is to use a common household item: a ruler. If you feel like your grip is a little off, you can easily correct it … Continue reading “Teaching” Tip: Grip it Like a Ruler
So, you want to hit the ball straighter? Here is a quick tip to get you on your way to splitting those fairways and finding the flag stick. I compared one of my students to one of the best ball strikers that has ever lived. Below is the analysis: If we take a look at … Continue reading Teaching Tip: Straighten Up for Straighter Shots
Through the first 6 tournaments of the 2013 season, I think its safe to say that short game is the money maker. Let me throw some statistics your way. The top 5 players on the PGA Tour in scrambling percentage are all ranked inside the top 12 money earners through the first 6 PGA Tour … Continue reading Drive for Show, Scramble for Dough?
In November of 2012, the USGA and R&A announced in a press release that they propose changes to the Rules of Golf that will prohibit players from anchoring a club to their body while making a putting stroke. Although this change has been in the rear-view mirror for quite some time, it's not as drastic … Continue reading Belly Putters: A Thing of the Past?