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Healthy Feet On The Golf Course

Healthy Feet On The Golf Course

Healthy feet on the golf course can greatly improve your golf game and the enjoyment of your round. When we think of feet and golf, our mind probably veers to alignment. Or ball position in relation to our front foot. Weight transfer might be at the top of your mind. All good things to consider […]

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Good Footwork is Key to a Solid Golf Swing

Good Footwork is Key to a Solid Golf Swing

Good footwork is key to a solid golf swing. Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Bubba Watson are great examples of players who have great footwork. The relationship between their feet and the ground is key to how they generate balance and power. In this video The Golf Yogi demonstrates three simple exercises that will get […]

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Build Your Golf Swing From The Ground Up

Build Your Golf Swing From The Ground Up

Your golf swing starts with a solid foundation. The Golf Yogi has some exercises and stretches to help you build a solid foundation by working with your feet and ankles. We all have tension, knots, and scar tissue in our feet built up over the years from everyday activities. Use these exercises and stretches to […]

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A Negative Angle of Attack with your Irons is Positive

A Negative Angle of Attack with your Irons is Positive

There’s a completely different approach to evaluating your attack angle with your irons compared with your driver. With your driver, you want to positive angle of attack (hitting up) creating less spin on the ball. You want a negative angle of attack (hitting down) with more spin with your irons. Creating a negative angle of […]

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Wrong Flex In Your Clubs

Wrong Flex In Your Clubs

What happens if you play with a club(s) that has the wrong flex? The clubhead can enter the impact area at a different angle of attack, the club face can be trailing (leaving it open), and you can be losing distance because the shaft isn’t fully loaded. These are just a few of the reasons […]

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Upper Body Recovery

Upper Body Recovery

Upper body recovery stretches are important to keep your body fresh, especially if you experience any soreness after a round of golf. These stretches are going to keep you malleable and active so you can recover quicker. Most importantly, this upper body recovery stretches are to help you release your muscles. The goal is to […]

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Overspeed Training – Lighter is Faster

Overspeed Training – Lighter is Faster

We all want to hit the ball further, don’t we? We all want to hear that sound of the ball coming off there face of the club like a canon! One of the biggest problems is that we try to swing harder instead of faster. When we swing harder, we tend to get more tense […]

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Lower Body Recovery

Lower Body Recovery

Lower body recovery is an important element in our golf games. If we’re playing a lot golf, or we’re exercising hard, or none of the above because we’re sitting at a desk longer than we’d like, then recovery is even more important If we listen to our body and we take care of our body, […]

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Indoor Backswing Drills

Indoor Backswing Drills

Here are two indoor swing drills you can do in the comforts of your own home. Sometimes the weather doesn’t cooperate, or you don’t have enough time to rip out to the golf course…that’s okay, cause we got you covered with these simple full swing drills that you can perform in a small space. The […]

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Indoor Putting Drills

Indoor Putting Drills

Here are two fantastic putting drills that you can use indoors when the weather is just not cooperating…or let’s face it, when you just don’t want to leave the house. These two, super simple drills, are going to target your stroke and your putter face alignment at impact. You don’t have to be on the […]

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