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    Learn How to Improve Your Golf Swing with the “No Slice” Baseball Swing

    In this video Dr. Gary Wiren helps you avoid from the dreaded slice with this rotation of the forearm drill. When you swing your club like a baseball bat,...

    Post date: 26 February 2015

     

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    Medicine Ball Exercises to Improve Your Golf Swing Speed

    In this segment David Donatucci breaks away from deceleration and more on speed and movement. David explains how these medicine ball chest throws can benefit your golf swing motion...

    Post date: 11 February 2015

     

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    USGA Rules of Golf: Rule 24 Obstructions Explained

    In this video, Mark Wilson discusses situations where Rule 24 comes into play. Rule 24 states that if a ball is lying on a movable obstruction, it may be...

    Post date: 28 January 2015

     

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    Proper Golf Backswing Tips: Find the Right Length of Your Backswing

    Mike Adams and Joseph Hallett teach you proper golf back-swing tips to help find the right length for your back-swing. Kneel down, grip the golf club, and swing to...

    Post date: 21 January 2015

     

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    Golf Swing Drills: The Aircraft Carrier Drill

    In this video, Joseph Hallett gives you tips and techniques on how to hit your fairway woods solid. Follow along and learn this simple, fun and effective drill called...

    Post date: 21 January 2015

     

  • Exercises for Golfers: Medicine Ball Wall Drills5:52

    Exercises for Golfers: Medicine Ball Wall Drills

    Learn some effective exercises for golfers using only a medicine ball and a wall. David Donatucci explains how these exercises can be of benefit to golfers by getting into...

    Post date: 16 January 2015

     

  • USGA Golf Rules: Rule 21 - Golf Ball Cleaning2:48

    USGA Golf Rules: Rule 21 – Golf Ball Cleaning

    In this video, Mark Wilson gives you many examples where Rule 21 from the USGA Golf Rules, golf ball cleaning, could come into play. He also discusses three situations...

    Post date: 22 December 2014

     

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    Quick Golf Warm Up Drill

    Warren Bottke teaches you about the three essential clubs to warm up with prior to a round. These three will have the most impact on your game. Spend 10...

    Post date: 17 December 2014

     

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    Creative Golf Practice Drills: Let the Cards Call Your Shot

    PGA Professional Joseph Hallett combines fun with useful practice by showing you a game that will test your skills. It’s basically the golf version of the basketball game horse....

    Post date: 17 December 2014

     

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    Box Jump Workout Exercises for Golfers

    To help improve your power and acceleration, see David Donatucci demonstrate a variety of box jump exercises you can do at home or the gym. These exercises are a...

    Post date: 10 December 2014

     

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    Testing the Surface of the Putting Green

    Under the USGA golf rules, rule 16.1 D prohibits a player from testing the surface of the putting green. Mark Wilson discusses some situations where Rule 16 comes into...

    Post date: 26 November 2014

     

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    Fine Tune Your Driver Weight for Better Shots off the Tee

    The weight of your driver can really improve your performance off the tee. Eric Hogge shows you some tips to change the weight of your driver so you can...

    Post date: 21 November 2014

     

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    Perfect Your Drive with the Loaded Up Drill

    In this video, PGA Professional Joseph Hallett shows you how to correctly stand with your weight behind the ball in order to get a little extra power in your...

    Post date: 21 November 2014

     

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    Squat Jumps Exercise

    David Donatucci demonstrates a variety of jump squat exercises that can be done anywhere with a flat, even surface. These exercises are designed to teach the body how to...

    Post date: 12 November 2014

     

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    Essential Golf Ball Drop Rules

    In this video, Mark Wilson discusses some situations where Rule 20 comes into play. Rule 20 states that a ball is in play when it is dropped or placed....

    Post date: 29 October 2014

     

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    Hitting Straight Down the Fairway

    PGA Professional Joseph Hallett teaches you a drill that involves your driver and picking out three targets on the range that are 50, 100 and 150 yards away. This...

    Post date: 22 October 2014

     

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    Putting Fundamentals: The 4 P’s of Putting

    Putting strokes account for 43 percent of average golfers score. So if you want to lower your score, improving your putting is the easiest way to accomplish that. Watch...

    Post date: 22 October 2014

     

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    Severe Sidehill From Deep Rough

    PGA Professional Kevin Weeks shows you the proper technique and a great tip to help when your ball lands in deep rough on a side-hill by the green. He...

    Post date: 15 October 2014

     

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    More Unplayable Ball Rules: Bunkers and Line of Flight

    In this video, Mark Wilson discusses some unique situations where Rule 28 could come into play. When incorporating the Unplayable Ball rule for a ball that lands in the...

    Post date: 24 September 2014

     

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    Lie Angle

    Only approximately 40% of all amateurs have been fit for their golf clubs, and for the amateur golfer this is a key way to improve your game. Watch PGA...

    Post date: 17 September 2014

     

Hot Off The Press With Lloyd A. Hart

JUST RELEASED!!

 

The Golfer’s Anthology of Odes and Rhymes 

 

 

This little book is a collection of lighthearted poems written for the amusement of people who understand, play and appreciate the game of golf. Each poem contains elements of golf instruction or tradition, drawn from the game’s rich history and experiences of golfers down through the years.

Some readers may find food for thought or reflection on his or her own game, but all readers who have ever engaged in this glorious pastime will identify with some, if not all of the situations and predicaments described in these verses.  

 

Lloyd A. Hart

 

               TREE TROUBLE

I have a favorite course in town.

Sometimes I play for free

and every time I play a round I hit my favorite tree.

A massive Ponderosa pine

It's quite an awesome sight

it stands between oles four and nine to catch my ball in flight.

They say a tree is mostly air.

You can't prove that by me.

My shots don't even have a prayer of getting through that tree.

I hit my tree consistently

on matter how I aim.

It's one thing I can count on for results that stay rhe same.

I guess it's a conveniece though.

My ball's not hard to track.

I watch it take off toward the tree,I watch it coming back.

There's no point even thinking there's

a chance I'II ever win.

If I don't hit it going out, I'II hit it coming in.

And so it' my tradition,

unwitting though it be.

I can't complete my round of golf until I hit that tree. 

Lloyd Hart

GOLF TIP OF THE WEEK

These Flaws Add 10 Or More Strokes Per Round
This Famous Coach Has Your Answer

Click to jump straight to the video

 

According to world-renowned golf instructor Hank Haney, every golfer—whether amateur or pro—can improve their game by doing these 3 things:

1. Eliminating penalty strokes

2. Eliminating double chips

3. Eliminating three putts

Sounds easy enough, right? [Insert sarcasm here.]

But he's right.

Penalty strokes, double chip and three putts are the reasons you can't break the scores you want to. And they're what separate "good" golfers from great golfers.

So what's the answer? How do you consistently...

... keep the ball in play on the fairway

... pop the ball on the green in one stroke

... hole the ball in two putts or less

Well, Hank Haney is going to show you, and you have two ways to get it:

10 Free Video Lessons from Hank >>

Hank's Comprehensive Full-Length Video Training, 'The Haney Blueprint' >>


Just check out what this amateur golfer had to say about Hank's lessons:

"Hi Hank, I decided to purchase the Haney Blueprint because I have had many lessons and just as many instructors but none offered the kind of insightfulness you demonstrated.

I went out to hit some balls today and applied what I have learned from the video. And you know what, I was able to hit straighter and 20+ yards longer with my driver. Can't wait to watch the rest of your videos. Thank you!" -- Frank T.

 



 

 

THE SLICE

 A slice is a big o' curve to the right (for a right-hander), and is one of the problems that recreational golfers struggle with most. With a slice, the ball often starts out left of the target line before sweeping back right and winding up well right of the target. The tips below are written by instructor Roger Gunn, from the perspective of a right-hander; lefties should reverse the directional elements.)

 

Diagnosing the Slice Grip


Your hand or hands, especially your left hand, may be turned too far to the left. The "V" formed between the knuckle and thumb on both hands should point between your right shoulder and right ear.

Set-up
The shoulders and/or the feet are often aligned too far to the left of the target line.

Ball Position
The ball might be placed too far forward in your stance.

Backswing
You may be taking the club back too far to the outside, pushing the club away from you. This often goes along with the club "laying off" (pointing left) at the top. Additionally, there can be a clockwise twisting of the club during the backswing.

Downswing
Your right shoulder might be going too much out and not enough down. The arms are often pushed away from you at the transition, causing the club to approach the ball from outside the target line. There can also be a "blocking" of the wrists through impact, preventing the club from turning over.

 A slice is a big o' curve to the right (for a right-hander), and is one of the problems that recreational golfers struggle with most. With a slice, the ball often starts out left of the target line before sweeping back right and winding up well right of the target. The tips below are written by instructor Roger Gunn, from the perspective of a right-hander; lefties should reverse the directional elements.)

 

Diagnosing the Slice Grip


Your hand or hands, especially your left hand, may be turned too far to the left. The "V" formed between the knuckle and thumb on both hands should point between your right shoulder and right ear.

Set-up
The shoulders and/or the feet are often aligned too far to the left of the target line.

Ball Position
The ball might be placed too far forward in your stance.

Backswing
You may be taking the club back too far to the outside, pushing the club away from you. This often goes along with the club "laying off" (pointing left) at the top. Additionally, there can be a clockwise twisting of the club during the backswing.

Downswing
Your right shoulder might be going too much out and not enough down. The arms are often pushed away from you at the transition, causing the club to approach the ball from outside the target line. There can also be a "blocking" of the wrists through impact, preventing the club from turning over.

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