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How Important is Forward Shaft Lean at Impact?

Having forward shaft lean at Impact for your irons allow your hands to stay ahead of the club head at impact. This allows the club to be moving down as it enters the hitting area. The result is that the ball is struck higher on the face. This allows for the player to strike the

Does Your Golf Game Make You Feel Like A Blockhead?

Golf can be a confusing sport. Sometimes we feel Like we know absolutely nothing about the game and wonder why we even play. Let’s face it nobody wants to feel like a Blockhead. So with all the information that is out there on the Golf Channel and in Golf magazines it’s hard to sift through

Bryson DeChambeau’s Confidence is Key

Bryson DeChambeau is on a run and there are many who think it is his Swing that has lead to three wins on the PGATour in 2018. Bryson has worked hard to fine tune his swing so it is repetitive and holds up under pressure. I believe the real key to Bryson’s Run is due

Core Connection for Better Ball Striking

If we look at today’s top players there are several things they all have in common. As a recreational player we can take a tip from this phenoms and use our workhorse or core to deliver the club through Impact. If we look at all of the players below. Tiger Woods , Dustin Johnson, Justin

Are You Putting Where You Aim?

  Starting your putt online to your intended target is one of if not the most important things you can do to improve your putting. The most important things in Putting is aim and speed. Many of the top players on both the PGA and LPGA Tours know that getting your ball started down its

Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan 181 Todd Stofka Interview

This week on Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan we talk with Todd Stofka of Philly Hypnosis Performance. The mental game of golf has so much to do with how not only we handle ourself on the corse but how we perform under pressure. As the Pennsylvania’s foremost physician referred hypnotherapist, Todd Stofka and his team are committed to

Think of the Golf Swing Like a Train

I am the type of instructor who like to use metaphors to get my point across. I believe that metaphors help players relate the swing to things they are familiar with. This make whatever we are working on easier to grasp and execute. I see most of the players that come to me have problem

Episode 137 Nick Tumminello Interview

This week our guest is Nick Tumminello fitness expert from Fort Lauderdale Florida. Nick is not a golfer but understands what it takes to train golfers to play their best. Here is a little bit about Nick. Nick’s hybrid approach to training allows him to leverage the tools, knowledge and skills of many disciplines and

Dayne Gingrich 134 Breaking Par with Bernard Sheridan

Dayne Gingrich started as a tennis Pro and became a instructor. Here then found the mental game was helping his students better then standard instruction and realized he had tapped into something big. He now teaches the 1% mental mind set not just for tennis but golf and life. This is a episode you don't