Did you know that how you grip the golf club has a major impact on the trajectory of the ball? But how should you grip it?
“Learn to play golf!”, “It’ll be relaxing!”, “It’s not hard, it just takes practice!”, “Your feet are too far apart”, “Your feet are too close”, One day someone convinces you to play golf, and then everyone left and right starts providing unsolicited advice and “easy fixes”.
Quite often, when we hit a great golf shot we usually have a feeling that we are going to hit the ball well. It’s a wonderful feeling of confidence and composure.
One of the things that trips up so many golfers with their irons is where to place the ball in their stance to hit straight shots consistently.
This drill is used to help you perfect your chipping technique and hit the ball straight and up every time by keeping the clubface at the correct angle and hitting it straight and up in the air toward your target.
One of the most common issues that golfers have is creating a hook or slice as a result of an open or closed clubface, so in this video, we teach you a simple drill that you can do with a tee to train yourself to keep that clubface square.
When it comes to trying to get out of the bunker, there are a few key points you need to keep in mind.
Welcome to Katie Hamilton’s Simple Swing Golf Tip of the Week For July 31 – August 6, 2017 Golf Tip of the Week for July 31-August 6, 2017 Are you looking for a more powerful golf swing? Try one of my favorite training aid’s – the power fan! Many golfers try to use their arms… Continue reading →
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Weight Distribution During the Chipping Motion, by PGA Teaching Professional, Shaun Barnes at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex Watch PGA Professional at Haggin Oaks, Shaun Barnes golf tip on chipping. A common fault Shaun often sees in golfers that they fall back on the trail leg which causes those chunky shots that don’t go anywhere. Or… Continue reading →