How to practice is just as important as how long and what you practice. I'll show you tips from the tour to make your practice sessions so good that you can carry your game onto the course when it's game time.
Making changes to a golf swing is difficult. particularly if we have played the game for quite some time a regular pattern has developed in the way we move the club. So how do we change that for the better?
Sometimes even the very best in their trade get off at times. A loyal pair of eyes is often critical to helping a golfer stay on the correct path more often with their games.
There are two ways to hit a golf ball. One is called "hitting" and the other is called "swinging". Let me explain the difference and why one of them is a better goal than the other.
Getting setup to the ball correctly takes no skill at all. It is an easy endeavor, and this tip will make it even easier. Get the ball in the correct spot each and every time with each and every club.
Watch this Tiger Woods practice swing. Exiting left with the through swing with the hands is a nice way to continue the arc of the swing. The clubhead however doesn't need to go that way
Dominant hands. Dominant Eyes. Dominant sides of the body. Sometimes we need to understand what each single side of the swing feels like.
Whilst not everyone will have access to a state-of-the-art launch machine- the ladder drill is an ultra-effective way to learn to dial in your distances.
A string line is a great tool to train the eyes and visuals of how much break a putt can truly have. Eye dominance also affects this on different breaking putts.
Using the DownUnder Board is very much a part of drill two and drill three. Using the ground activates the body to overtake the release of the club. Learn from this video how the board really helps build the swing from the ground up.