Hands in front of core. Here we see in the photo above PGA Tour Player Hideki Matsuyama with his hands directly in front of his core after impact on a pitch shot.This is so very important to keep the ball online and to become consistent in distance control. What we must
Time and time again for so many players and instructors a key word is sync. I have been driving this home to my students for over a decade. I feel that the arms and body must work as a unit and many of the best players to ever strike a golf ball made this happen.
Consistent tempo in your swing is a must to get the most out of your shots. When tempo is constant it not only helps you stay in sync but also gives you control over your shots. A great drill to use is to swing the club about six inches above the ground. Make three
How many times have you been told your back swing is too slow? More than likely never. We must remember that we don't strike the ball on our back swing. So to stay in control we need to slow down a little as we take it to the top. I
Build connection in your swing and hit more fairways! All of us want to hit more fairways. It can lower our score and give us a better chance of hitting more greens. After all greens in regulation percentage goes up by over 50% off the fairways rather than hitting out of the rough.