No matter how great your golf swing, if you don’t aim you won’t get the results you want. Proper Alignment while addressing the golf ball by ‘s Director of Instruction – Jamie Conners, PGA.
The grip is a critical part of every swing. Here’s a tip from ‘s Director of Instruction – Jamie Conners, PGA.
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Good course management is the key to better scores. As we get into August, you may see some fairways begin to brown up and lose their cushion. Instead of your 3-Wood, try a 5-Wood or a Hybrid to help get the ball in the air.
To set up a 60° Wedge shot, your feet should be close together (front foot open), weight will be on your front leg, and the ball positioned on your front heel. As you address the ball, open the face of your club – the more you open the face, the more loft you add toRead More
Swinging for distance is not always the answer to play your best golf game. If you happened to watch any of the U.S. Open you may have noticed many players take a club that was not a driver off the tee as it became much more important to find the fairway than hit the longRead More
To set up a greenside bunker shot, the golf ball should be positioned inside your front heel and your feet and shoulders should be open to the target (weight should favor your front leg). As you address the ball, open the face of the club (club face should now be facing the target). Try toRead More
To maintain balance, sit back towards your heels to provide more tilt from your hips as you address a golf ball that is lower than your feet. Aim to the left of your target (right-handed golfers) as ground conditions will naturally cause the ball to fade right. Your swing plan will be more vertical dueRead More
Set-Up: Less bend from your hips than in a normal swing. Aim: To the right of the target. Note that the ball will tend to curve to the left. In addition, your swing plan should feel flatter due to your taller posture. Work hard to maintain you balance. Feel free to send any golf questionsRead More