Simple Swing Golf Tip of the Week with Katie Robinson, PGA Professional at Haggin Oaks

Welcome to Katie Robinson’s Simple Swing Golf Tip of the Week For March 28 – April 3 , 2016

Golf Tip of the Week for March 28 – April 3, 2016
This week’s video tip is on long irons. Are you trying to gain better contact with your longer irons? Watch this weeks tip for two drills to help you improve your consistency. To book a lesson please call the Golf Concierge at 916-808-2531 or stop by the Super Shop to book a lesson!

Golf Tip of the Week for March 21 – March 27, 2016
A sway in the forward swing can create an inconsistent long game. Its important to learn proper rotation through the swing. Check put this weeks tip on how to get rid of that sway! To book a lesson please call the Golf Concierge at 916-808-2531.

Golf Tip of the Week for March 14 – March 20, 2016
What does the wear pattern on your glove mean? Having the correct grip is one of the most important fundamentals because it is the one attachment we have to the golf club. Everyone wears there glove in different ways. But some wear marks can be a sign of an incorrect grip. Ever wear your glove out in the pad of your palm? This means the golfer isn’t gripping their club toward their fingers. This also means the golfer has a tendency to fade/slice the ball and potentially lose distance. Gloves wear the quickest this way regardless of the quality you buy, sometimes even as quick as 2 holes. Refer to the picture that represents the correct way to grip the club. A wear in the thumb can represent poor grip pressure, poor thumb placement, or repositioning your grip in the swing. Try loosening your grip tension a little bit or adopt a “short thumb in the grip”. Refer to the picture about thumb placement on the golf club. To book a lesson please call the Golf Concierge at 916-808-2531.


Golf Tip of the Week for February 29 – March 6, 2016
There are so many golf balls on the market today it’s hard to determine which one is best for you. How do you know which golf ball is best for your game? Collecting information about the composition of the ball such as how many pieces are in the core or urethane versus non-urethane. Watch this weeks video about how to choose a golf ball! To book a lesson please call the golf concierge at 916-808-2531.

Golf Tip of the Week for February 22 – February 28, 2016
Last week’s video tip is bunker play. The average distance a top ranked tour player will hit their sand shots from a green side bunker is 7 to 9 feet from the hole. These players accomplish this through consistent contact. Watch this weeks tip for how to get better contact with your sand shots! Call the golf concierge at 916-808-2531 to book a lesson with Katie.

Katie Robinson is a PGA Professional at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex in Sacramento, CA. To schedule a lesson with her, call 916-808-2531. When it comes to teaching, Katie’s approach is to build her lesson plans to meet the player’s individual goals. A player’s swing can vary depending on the player’s physical ability so it’s important to take all criteria into consideration when designing a lesson plan. Fundamentals are keys to the start of a good golf swing and correctly practicing the fundamentals is the best way to improve a player’s game. It’s also important to sharpen a player’s fundamentals while building new skills. Katie’s goal for students is to improve their game so they can enjoy this wonderful game all their life.

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