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?
One of the biggest issues golfers have is not being consistent with where they make contact with the ground otherwise known as the “swing bottom.”
Many golfers, when practicing their putting, spend all their time trying to just get the ball in the hole, which leaves them with a major gap in their skill set…
This one single problem is one of the most common causes of miss-hits in golf and it isn’t what you think…
If you are a golfer that finds yourself getting “stuck inside” with your swing then this drill is just the thing to help you develop a smooth golf swing and ultimately hit the ball straight more often.
When you see players on tour, there are definitely many different swing shapes, and while there can be a lot of variety in the shape of golfer’s swings, once a golfer has their swing down it MUST be the same each time.
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 →
Hank Vereschzagin, Teaching Professional at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, brings you a putting tip to improve your path and distance control when on the green. This month, Hank is sharing a putting tip with our readers. From working with students on the lesson tee, he has found that putting is probably the most ignored… Continue reading →