Learn from lessons with my students and PGA players I work with as I show recordings from lessons on the driving range and on the golf course itself.
There will be an assortment of tips and ideas that may help your game.
Part 3 of Geoff Ogilvy showing his keys to a better pitching and chipping game. Save strokes around the greens with these tips.
The quiter the hands and arms are in the shorter clubs the better. Here is a drill to help anyone feel the correct release and body action on wedge shots and pitch shots.
Finding the correct finish point in the swing is a sure-fire way to control the direction of your short irons. Maintaining the structure of the wrists in relation to the club at this point in the follow through will mean laser wedge play.
Part 2- Geoff Ogilvy secured the 2006 US Open with a delicate pitch shot from short of the 72nd green at Winged Foot. Listen into this second of a three part video series as Ogilvy explains how he improved this area of his game and how it helped secure his finest win.
Geoff Ogilvy secured the 2006 US Open with a delicate pitch shot from short of the 72nd green at Winged Foot. Listen into this first of a three part video series as Ogilvy explains how he improved this area of his game and how it helped secure his finest win.
Golfer's all have a swing that has been ingrained through instincts, practice and body types. But can you alter your swing to improvement? 100% And the quickest, simplest and most long-term plan of action is to work the drills.
Caddies can play an integral part in a golfer's success. Listen into this video as one of my player's caddies gives him a little recipe for swing success before each shot.
Many golfers are encouraged to open their hips on the downswing. But- what if I said opening the hips comes from doing something other than purposely trying to become open.
Drill 6 is explained as the swing x-ray. As it helps the student see which drill may be slightly off and this tells them which drill to go focus on to bring their swing back into its correct shape. Here is a good way to focus on it.