Do you have a sweeping swing or a digging swing? Most pros have a digging swing and a lot of amateurs have a sweeping swing. The most common miss with the sweeping swing is directional, whereas, a miss with the digging swing can be short, long, AND directional. The digging swing is used by most […]
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The 4 best putting drills to get your putting back on track. I know from experience that you can feel helpless when your putting stroke fails you. 3 foot putts feel like 10 foot putts. The video contains 4 super simple putting drills that take us back to the basics and getting sinking more putts […]
Leave it to one of the best putters in the world, to have one of the best drills in the world. It is deliberate, it is random AND it adds an element of stress. We love that this drill deals with a lot of the clutch distance putts… you know… the ones you need to […]
Nick Faldo stated that ‘tempo is the glue that sticks all the elements of the swing together’. And engraining tempo into your golf swing is not only essential, but can be made a whole lot easier with the Swing Click. Colby teaches us how to use this great aid in today’s golf lesson.
What if we told you consistent pitching and chipping (like the pros) is within your reach? While you may not consistently pitch and chip the ball really close to the hole like they do, we can help you consistently get the ball within a legit one-putt distance. This tip and the Impact Snap will help.
For most of us, negative feelings on the golf course translate into loss of confidence, tension, and distraction. Our game goes into a tail spin and we mentally throw in the towel. And you know what that means… a big L! Here’s how to turn it around, some PGA pros have been known to use […]
When it comes to putting, the excuses are countless to avoid uttering the word… “choke”… a good-old “failure to perform” under pressure. It can be called a mis-read putt, problems with distance control and so on. In reality though, when anxiety runs high and your confidence runs low, you tend to over-think. Here’s a quick-tip […]