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How To Hook The Crap Out Of The Ball


The hook is just awesome. It’s one of the few shots in golf where you can make the ball turn over very severely with some element of control. Take Bubba’s shot in this year’s Masters.  There is no way he could have pulled that shot off if he was right handed. You simply cannot slice a ball and make it ... Read More »

The Swing Path Pump Drill

Your swing path is one of the major contributors to the starting direction of your golf shot. Getting your swing to the point where your swing path is consistent is one of the best ways to take your game to the next level. This consistency helps eliminate pull and pushes from your swing, and helps you improve your overall ball ... Read More »

12 Steps to Improving Your Ball Striking

When it comes to striking your golf ball successfully, one of the best techniques is the proper foundation of a quality golf education. You’ll want to implement a simple, but effective routine that you can perform exactly the same, over and over again. Every time you step up and address your shot, you’ll want the elements to fall into place, ... Read More »

How To Plum Bob Your Putts

What the hell is a plumb bob? It’s a tool used most commonly in carpentry to ensure something is vertical. In its basic form it’s just a weight attached to a string… when it comes to golf however, you see many players using their putter for this purpose. The plumb-bob technique has mixed feelings with golf professionals, some swear by ... Read More »

How to Hit From an Uphill Lie

Almost everyone relishes an uphill lie, especially when we have a fairway wood in our hands -it’s one of the easiest lies to hit from. This shot does require some adjustments however, to ensure solid contact and consistency. Here are some basic tips for hitting from grass on an upslope:   Read More »

How to Blade Your Wedge… on Purpose


The bladed wedge is a little known short game shot that’s very effective from a difficult situation. When your ball comes to rest on the fringe and right up against the collar of the rough surrounding the green. This particular situation makes any type of normal chip shot a for-sure chunk, and any play with a putter usually ends of ... Read More »

How to Get Out of the Deep Rough & Hay

The same techniques that help the pros get out of knee-high hay and scraggly plugged lies in deep grass will help the average player as well. Listen up and take some of these tips to the course the next time you find yourself in the deep stuff. Choke Down and Tighten Your Grip Control of the club is imperative in ... Read More »

How to Hit from an Uphill Lie

Some of the toughest shots to learn how to perform properly are those from sidehill lies.  There are many compensations you must make to ensure you keep your ball on the proper line.  Take a look below at the 5 essential steps needed to hit balls that lie above your feet, and learn the fundamentals that will help you on ... Read More »

The 5-Step Stack & Tilt Swing

The Stack & Tilt swing has been a popular new swing method as of late on tour. The stack & tilt swing’s identifying feature can be seen in the weight-shift. Stack & tilt swingers, don’t shift their weight back and forth on their backswing and downswing as much as a conventional swing. By keeping their weight centered or favouring their ... Read More »

How to Hit out of a Fairway Bunker

Course architects and average golfers are fed up with these 7800 yard monstrosities that are needed just to compete with the advances in club and ball design. On tour, the players agree – few courses have stood the test of time. But of those few, they all have one thing in common. They are placement courses, that force you to ... Read More »

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