There are a number of articles about learning how to play golf, swing tips, what courses to play, and where to learn. I have found that when new golfers start playing, they have no idea what to actually put in their bags. In no order of importance, below are 10 essential items you need in...Read more
How to Hit a Flop Shot
All seriously competitive golfers must have the capacity to get up and down from difficult situations. Whether it’s short siding yourself in greenside rough or having to fly a trap off the fairway to a tight pin, the flop shot is a must have.
Golf Tips: How to Fix Your Slice
How to Hit ANY Bunker Shot
Written by: Bob Bonney Sand traps have always been a staple of golf; they’re a constant at every golf course ever built. Whether it’s the fluffy beach sand of Kiawah or the pot bunkers of England, effectively getting up and down from greenside bunkers is a must for low scores. Read more
How to Putt Like the Pros: Do the “Around the World” Drill
The 3-4 foot putt is the most common putt golfers face when playing a round of golf, and sometimes the most difficult. Many players, when over a short putt, think, “I really have to make it! It’s only a few feet. I can’t miss it.” There is no confidence. Read more
How to Hit the Hardest Shot in Golf
Golf Tips – The Science of Spin: Angle of Attack
Attack Angle is defined as the vertical (up-down) angle at which the club head is moving at impact. Positive means hitting up on the ball while negative means hitting down on the ball. If a golfer has a downward angle of attack, a golfer’s club path (the direction of the club at impact) will influence...Read more
Golf Tips: Understanding Ball Flight with Trackman
Ball flight laws have changed significantly during the past fifteen years. While TrackMan and scientific research have taught us specifics on how the ball flies, there are still many people who believe in debatable ball flight laws. Nevertheless, TrackMan has proven that there are certain concepts and golf tips that every golfer must understand....