In this Tip of the week, let’s score! I see too many players focusing on mechanics. Instead, let’s focus on getting the ball in the hole!
The Swing Fan for Clubhead Speed. Christina and PGA Golf Professional Marc Spencer share the benefits of the Swing Fan.
Are you a Range Player? Watch to find out!
Let’s face it, many ranges use mats, so let’s capitalize on that to cure those slices or weak-righters! If your range has grass…lucky you..you can still capitalize on this drill by placing a tee in the grass at the position I show you in this Tip of the Week.
Jim Hackenberg, creator of the Orange Whip shares tips on how to use the Orange Whip Trainer. Get it on MissPar.com
In this Tip of the Week, I take you back to your childhood.
Remember the angels we use to make in the snow as a child? Well, in this Tip of the Week, we take our angel to the golf course!
I get asked all the time: “I am not sure how to practice efficiently?” In this Tip of the Week, I share a fun and very efficient way to practice. I like practice sessions that simulate real golf. One of my favorites is…
In this Tip of the Week, I shed some light on how we get that club down the target line. Many players are told to keep the club square for as long as possible and on the target line as long as possible to hit solid shots.
To be a great ball striker, you must be really good at impact. The point of impact is where the club meets the ball. The Pros understand that the hands need to lead the way through impact. They call this forward shaft lean. All great players have this forward lean coming into impact. The result: a penetrating ball flight that stays on line and goes far. Conversely, with most players, the clubhead wins that race. The result: a high, puffy ball flight that does not go far.
To get max distance, you need to be strong and fast. Speed + Strength = Power. You need both for distance in the golf swing. In this Tip of the Week, we will focus on Speed. We’ll get on our knees to take away our leg strength and solely focus on generating more speed with our arms.