Tip of the Week 263 » Do You Over-Rotate?

If you want more pars, let’s get that over rotation of your upper body outta the bag and replace it with a better downswing sequence that leverages body parts for lots more clubhead speed. Over-Rotaters have a false sense of power and possibly a misconception of how to create clubhead speed. I clear this up right now, So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 262 » Don’t Forget Your Lats

If you want more pars, let’s make sure that you are initiating the downswing with your lower body…yes…but let’s also not forget to fire your lats after the legs. Many players (myself included) move from legs to arms …and the lat muscles get left behind. So if you struggle with thin shots, weak rights or less than solid shots, let’s make sure, you’ve got them firing! So, let’s get to it.

Tip of the Week 261 » What Floats Your Chipping Boat?

If you want more pars, but struggle with distance control or contact with your chips, then let me provide 3 options. These options will get those blade and chunks outta the bag and replace them with shots right next to the hole. I am giving you 3 options because everyone is different. Let’s see if one of these will float your chipping boat. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 259 » Understanding the Swing Arc

Knowledge is power, quite literally. If you want more pars and more power with all your clubs, let’s make sure that you truly understand the swing arc. It will clarify why we need precise set-up, especially ball position. It will clarify the low- mid- and high points so you can optimize distance with all your clubs. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 257 » Misconceptions Series – Reverse Spiners

If you want more pars, but struggle with the reverse spine angle, where your back is angled toward the target (overswinging) at the top of the backswing, let’s make sure that it’s not a misconception. Plus, I share tips to help you ditch the reverse spine once and for all. So, let’s get to it!