So here it is, golf’s “magic move”, the transition. This is the first of three simple drills that will enable you to quickly learn the most elusive movement in golf – the signature move of a great golf swing, the move that makes a highly skilled golfer’s swing look fluid and effortless. This is the move that will take your game to the next level. Once again, apologies to the lefties out there, but for simplicity this...Read More
The ability to read greens like the pros isn’t a mystical gift, it’s a learned skill. This article will give you the knowledge that you need, and then we’ll give you a great drill for developing your green reading skills to world-class levels. There are three key skills that you need to be a great putter: sound mechanics, good touch, and the ability to read the green. If you can consistently start the ball on line,...Read More
The Power Fade is a fantastic tool to have out on the course.
Many of the world’s best golfers rely on this shot to keep them on the short stuff a long way out, and it holds up well under pressure.
Whether you are a weekend warrior, an aspiring amateur, or the world’s #1 professional golfer, the quickest way to lower your scores is to improve your putting touch and consistency. The average amateur golfer will save 6 strokes per round just by working on the technique described here. If your putting technique is basically sound, and you’re not too bad at reading greens, then great putting is all about striking the ball consistently,...Read More
With this drill, you will learn how to solve one of the greatest problems faced by golfers at all levels, maintaining posture in your downswing. Maintaining posture, keeping your spine angle, staying “in the shot”, whatever you call it, it is probably the most important component of great ball striking, and it’s the thing that most golfers struggle with more than anything else. The ability to stay in posture in the downswing is the single...Read More
In this drill, you’re going to learn how to make one of the hallmark moves of a truly great golf swing – extending through impact. Exactly how to extend through impact in the golf swing is something that is hardly every taught, and it’s not well understood by 99% of amateur golfers, yet it’s one of the most important moves required for great ball striking, consistency, and distance. When you see an image of a golfer with great...Read More
Previously in this series, you’ve learned the role of each hand in the release of the golf club. You’ve been ingraining the movements and feelings you need to achieve the optimal impact position for great ball striking, generating incredible club head speed seemingly effortlessly, and all this while naturally squaring the club face through impact. Now that we’ve trained the release of each hand and arm separately, it’s time to start...Read More
This drill takes the movements you’ve been working on in Drill 504e – Downswing: The Right Hand Release Movement – the Spider-Man Drill and starts to integrate them into a real golf swing. This is the sixth in a series of drills that breaks down and isolates the movements in the proper release of the golf club. In this drill, you are isolating the release movements of the right hand, but you also ingraining the feelings of a great impact...Read More
We’re proud to announce that we’ll soon be launching the amazing Golf Loopy Tour – the World’s Friendliest Golf Leagues™. This is a unique opportunity for all golfers to get more enjoyment from this wonderful game by playing in a fun, friendly and competitive environment. The Golf Loopy Tour enables you to join a league near you, or to very easily set up and manage your own golf leagues within the global Tour. Whether it’s a large group, or...Read More
Yes, generally, drawing the golf ball will make it travel a longer total distance than hitting a fade. In the article, we’ll explain why. Apologies to the lefties out there, but, for simplicity, this article will describe shots from a right-handed golfer’s perspective. We were recently challenged by a new student, when we were teaching the laws of ball flight. This student had seen some instruction on the internet that...Read More