How to Prevent Soreness After Golf

Its a terrible feeling waking up the day after a round of golf with aches and pains. Muscle soreness and stiffness can be incredibly uncomfortable and painful. While we are not doctors, we have compiled a list of ways to hopefully mitigate your muscle pain. Drink Water This tip is first and foremost. Firstly, preparation… Continue reading →

4 Steps to Better Iron Shots

Let’s talk about the full golf swing and 4 things you need to keep in mind to improve your scores. We want to give you the fundamentals that we find to be the most helpful for players when they are looking to better their game, so let’s dive right in! 1.) Come Into The Ball… Continue reading →

The Key to Better Chipping: Always Use The Same Stroke!

When you’re just off the edge of the green there’s a couple of different shots that you can play. The first is called a chip shot which is a shot that’s going to fly real low, no more than a foot off the ground and is going to land somewhere between three to four feet… Continue reading →

How Much Does Temperature Affect Golf Balls?

It’s common practice to switch to lower compression balls in cold weather in order to compensate for golf balls “stiffening” in the cold. We are going to investigate and test the legitamacy of this practice. Question: How does temperature affect golf ball compression? Hypothesis: As a golf ball gets colder, it will become less compressible… Continue reading →

NEW VIDEO LESSON: Avoid Shanks with Joe

Shank shots are the worst– avoid it with this new drill! This golf drill is actually pretty neat in terms of getting the shot to land where you want it. Give it a go and check out more golf drills with Joe here.   Joe Storbakken has been the Lead Coach for Youth and Adaptive Golf… Continue reading →