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Optimal Ball Flight Driver

Optimal Ball Flight Driver

The driver is the most difficult club to hit for most amateur golfers. To compound the difficulty there is much confusion about what is the optimal swing and launch conditions for your driver. The short answer is that it depends on how fast you swing your driver. Before I begin I would like to note […]

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Does size matter in golf?

Does size matter in golf?

As we all know, golf is the game for all ages, and its players come in all shapes and sizes. We may be short or tall, slim or not so slim, younger or more mature, male or female. The myriad of differences among golfers in terms of height and weight is uniquely accommodated by the […]

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Quick Posture Fixes

Quick Posture Fixes

Bad posture means more injuries, and a rougher swing. Dr. Loth shares 3 quick fixes that’ll bring you inline for better performance on and off the course.

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When a player accidentally moves their ball

When a player accidentally moves their ball

Most golfers know that causing their ball to move incurs a penalty of one stroke, under Rule 18-2, and that the ball must then be replaced. However, there are some circumstances where a player does not incur a penalty for accidentally moving their ball, which I am listing here. A ball that that has been […]

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Proper Release

Proper Release

The release of a golf club is confusing. The proper release has the club square at impact and then square as long as possible at your intended target. That’s great, but how do you practice something that’s a millisecond long. In today’s video I’ll share a super simple drill that gives you instant feedback on […]

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Understanding local rules in golf

Understanding local rules in golf

We all know that we should arrive at the course well before our starting time, in order to prepare properly for our round. But, when we are playing a course that is unfamiliar to us, we often forget about what I consider to be one of the most important tasks of all, to read the […]

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Autumn leaves interrupting your game

Autumn leaves interrupting your game

First and foremost, keep in mind that detached leaves are loose impediments, unless they are clinging to your ball. Therefore, with leaves in the vicinity of your golf ball, you might want to leave (leaf!) well enough alone, unless… Unless… You are familiar with these rules: Rules as Rule 23 – Loose Impediments Rule 12-1b […]

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