Now that you know you can make a full shoulder turn, it’s time to add some POWER back into your golf swing!Source : RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction
Hitting the centre of the driver face is so crucial to long straight tee shots. Here Chris Ryan explains exactly why this is the case and how you can establish what your strike pattern is.Source : ChrisRyanGolf
Who better to teach you a thing or two about the game of golf than a six-time major champion? Here Sir Nick Faldo focuses on playing the ball from the rough when you stray off lineSource : Golfing World
In this weeks Fixed in 60 Me and My Golf PGA Professional Piers Ward demonstrates a golf drill using the WALL to help shallow the downswing and stopping those deep divots.Source : Meandmygolf
Lee Trevino teaches you how to hit the low trajectory, hard rolling “Bump and Run” shot. This is arguably the most useful recovery shot in golf, especially for someone who hits it in the trees all day. Do you have trees where you play… especially trees with low branches? You guys will know what I mean…Source : RollYourRock
David Woods, PGA, explains how to make better contact with your short irons by swinging more aggressively.Source : David Woods
Little pitch shots, like the one below, drive golfers nuts. First off, they use too much loft. The more loft you have, the bigger swing you need. And more swing means more things can go wrong. So unless you have no green to work with, keep your lob wedge in the bag.
Second issue: Most golfers don’t trust the loft they have, so they try to add more at impact. They flick their wrists, dip down, rock onto the back foot … I think you see where I’m going here.
Let’s give you a simple plan for hitting the basic pitch. Take a narrow stance, with the ball about middle, and favor your front foot (1). Lean the shaft a touch toward the target, and keep your grip pressure light.
Swing straight back, and let your wrists hinge with the momentum (2). Don’t add hinge, and don’t let the club sweep inside—both lead to fat shots.
In todays Impact Show we discuss the basics to hitting the driver straighter and longer, the basics are so important to get correct when starting the game but are often overlooked by experienced golfers. So whether you are just starting the game or feel that you need to go back to basics this video is worth a watch.Meandmygolf
A golf tip on hitting a proper bump and run from PGA tour professional and US Open Champion Jim Furyk. This tip is provided by expertinsight.com where you can purchase Short Game Golf an excellent DVD from Jim Furyk and Fred Funk.Source : aabo692565