How To Hold A Golf Club: Expert Tips For A Better Grip

How To Hold A Golf Club: Expert Tips For A Better Grip A good grip is the foundation for a good golf game. When you grip the golf club correctly, you set yourself up to execute and get everything else right. When you grip the club incorrectly, you make the game harder than it needs […]

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Start Line Drill: Hole More Putts

One of the keys to shooting lower scores? You need to hole more putts, specifically the sloping putts that golfers tend to miss most frequently. Stop compensating with your hands! Watch my video to learn a drill that can help you better aim the putter face and control it correctly.

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The Proper Sequence of An Efficient Takeaway

The first few feet the club swings back is one of the most critical parts of the golf swing. How we start our takeaway will dictate how our body moves and will set the tone for the entire swing. In order to have the most efficient swing possible, the club head and shaft must move […]

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What’s the deal with putter face rotation?

 In a conventional golf swing, the clubface opens and closes, rotating to the target line. But with the putter, this is often seen as undesirable. In this article I’ll examine how clubface rotation happens, whether it should, and if so, to what extent. Pendulum-style Many people discount that the putter can be swung like a […]

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Trying To Clear Your Hips Could Be Hurting Your Golf Swing

As most golfers know, the downswing starts from the ground up. The proper kinematic sequence is as follows: the hips move left and open up to the target, followed by the torso, then the arms and finally the club. Slow-motion video and modern technology has shown us this. Despite the knowledge of the proper kinematic sequence, […]

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Swing Factors That Determine How You Release the Golf Club

A lot has been written about what is called “lag,” or angle retention in the golf swing, which occurs during the downswing. How much lag is necessary? When should a golfer release the club? Does lag actually help? Those are the questions that I see regularly asked by readers in GolfWRX instruction articles. Lag is a […]

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6 Reasons You’re Wasting Time on the Driving Range

Motor Learning Let’s get down to it. Most people don’t improve after going to the driving range. Why else would we call the walk from the range to the golf course is called the “longest walk in golf”. That’s why we need to work on making your practice on the driving range transfer to the […]

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How Being Honest with Yourself Can Shave 5 Strokes Off Your Game

Ask a room full of golf pros to agree on the longest-held misconception most golfers have, and there’s a good chance you would ultimately hear this: how far they truly hit the ball. Unlike just a few years ago, though, affordable distance-measuring devices now allow many of us pros to back up these age-old claims with […]

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Trackman tells us the truth about uneven lies (Part 2)

In Part 2 of Trackman tells us the truth about uneven lies, I will be discussing in detail why the ball tends to fade or slice when it is below your feet and what particular Trackman parameter is the influencer. As stated in Part 1, I found that the biggest differentiation was the shaft plane at impact […]

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3 Keys You Need to Understand About Impact to Play Better Golf

Impact is the point where the golf ball is programmed by your swing to fly high or low, with curvature or dead straight. Most golfers don’t understand exactly how the relationship between the club head and the golf ball at impact determines how your golf ball flies in the air, however, so in this article […]

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