ShareTweetPinSymptom: At the driving range, you tip over your bucket of balls and hit them where they wind up. The golf lie you practice from is a very tight lie. Then, despite sweat and diligence, you are not able to make much progress towards a better swing. You find that your range sessions leave your clubs … Continue reading "Golf Swing Tip: Give Yourself a Good Lie at the Driving Range Like Justin Thomas"
ShareTweetPinIn this article we have a look at the sweet, simple, and powerful golf swing of Webb Simpson. Webb generates a huge amount of lag on his downswing, which gives him plenty of graceful power. He has a rhythmic tempo, great balance, and soft hands, which make him a consistent ball striker. There are a … Continue reading "Golf Swing Video: Learn to Lag from Webb Simpson"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: Your golf practice routine is not very structured. Your swing “felt good” on the range, but the results aren’t there on the course. You sadly watch another well-struck shot miss the fairway and bounce into the woods. Yes, you hit it solidly. But it didn’t go where you had intended, and now you have to … Continue reading "Golf Strategy: Always Aim at Something For Your Golf Practice Routine"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: Poor iron tee shots on par three holes. You can’t seem to figure out why you can hit your seven iron so sweetly from the fairway, but when you tee it up you sky it high, or jerk it left, or have some other unpleasant experience. Description: Iron tee shots should be teed low, … Continue reading "Golf Strategy: Tee Your Ball Low for Iron Tee Shots Like Zach Johnson"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: You can’t seem to hit the golf ball first. Instead you hit behind the ball, and watch in disgust as the ball scuttles along the ground instead of arching gracefully through the sky… Overview: You must hit the golf ball first with a shallow, descending blow to avoid hitting behind the golf ball. In other … Continue reading "Golf Swing Tip: Hit the Golf Ball First, Don’t Hit Behind the Ball"