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    Lessons with David Leadbetter by Callaway Golf

    Callaway Golf launched “Lessons with David Leadbetter,” an eight-part series of instruction vignettes to help us all shake off the winter rust and play better golf. With the first installment below, renowned instructor David Leadbetter explains how...

    • Posted 30 days ago
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    What golfers should see in swing videos with proper camera alignment

    In my last article, you learned how to properly set up your camera to record video of your golf swing. Before we talk about what you will see from each angle, I want to briefly discuss the exact...

    • Posted 51 days ago
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  • Observational learning
    Is video passé in golf instruction?

    Golf instruction has seen a swell of technological advances such as ball-flight measuring devices, 3-D systems and other high-tech training aids that have given us the much-needed boost in our ever-growing body of knowledge of how best...

    • Posted 66 days ago
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    The three things that need to correlate for more driving distance

    By now, each of you has heard that if you want to drive the ball farther you must increase your driver’s loft to increase carry distance. And I know what happened to most of you when you...

    • Posted 74 days ago
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    Increase your driving distance by becoming more efficient

    The holy grail of driving distance is efficiency. Not how physically strong you are, or your club head speed, and certainly not your effort level! I’ll say it again: distance efficiency is king. Now I want you to...

    • Posted 90 days ago
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  • How to Make BIG Changes

    There are no magic fixes in golf that will transform your game at the flick of a switch. There is no secret potion that can be consumed and instantly result in you hitting 18 of 18 greens...

    • Posted 115 days ago
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    Instruction: Only change the things that need to be changed

    As a golf instructor for more than 20 years, I have gone through my own professional maturation when it comes to my instructional style and the way I have chosen to help my students. Golf instruction is...

    • Posted 164 days ago
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    Don’t be intimidated by awkward bunker shots

    It is easy to be overwhelmed by all the different types of shots golfers can face from bunkers. On most bunker shots, the ground is very seldom entirely flat. And lies generally vary from bunker to bunker,...

    • Posted 190 days ago
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    Step slightly out of your comfort zone for better practice

    When was the last time that you were slightly scared or panicky when you practiced golf? For many of you the answer will be never, or maybe very occasionally whilst playing a competition against a golfing rival....

    • Posted 202 days ago
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  • Tiger Woods
    Controlling the driver: Accept reality to find more fairways

    In my nine years as a teaching professional, I can honestly say there is one common complaint that I hear above all others from my students, friends or any person I meet who finds out I teach...

    • Posted 226 days ago
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    Slash Your Slice Part 3: Connecting The Pieces

    After putting in some work on the last two Slash Your Slice articles (Slash Your Slice Part 1: Club Face Control, Slash Your Slice Part 2: Swing Path Control) and drills discussed in them you are now starting to...

    • Posted 234 days ago
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  • GolfTEC_University
    GolfTEC: What it is and isn’t

    What is GolfTEC? Until recently, I didn’t have a clear answer to that question. I had the opportunity to visit a GolfTEC facility in Burlington, Mass., earlier this week to learn about the company in general and...

    • Posted 250 days ago
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    Slash Your Slice Part 2: Swing Path Control

    Golfers only need to meet three conditions to hit the most sought after shot in golf, the draw, which for a right-handed golfer starts the ball a little to the right of the target and curves back. A...

    • Posted 265 days ago
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    Putting Alignment Keys: The Two Forgotten Fundamentals

    The easiest way for golfers to improve their putting is to align their body square to their target line. But many golfers have a very hard time with their putting alignment. I have used the SAM PuttLab,...

    • Posted 275 days ago
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    Slash Your Slice Part 1: Club face control

    Operating an instruction facility that is also a driving range provides me with the opportunity to view shot patterns not only from the tee line, but also from the landing zone. I regret to report that the...

    • Posted 311 days ago
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  • Wayne DeFrancesco
    DeFrancesco: Golf is a Technique Game

    My love affair with swing technique really started when, after a series of back surgeries, I decided that I had to change my swing if I were going to continue playing competitive golf at the professional level....

    • Posted 335 days ago
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    One Club Maestro: Swing It Like Seve, For Shotmaking Mastery!

    Each year I have the pleasure of working with nearly 400 kids at my summer camps in Pebble Beach, Calif. One of the highlights of the camp experience is the “One Club Tournament” held at the Peter...

    • Posted 338 days ago
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    The Swing in Pictures: The Finish Position (Part 2)

    Over the past several weeks, Tom Stickney has been presenting a series called, “The Swing In Pictures” on GolfWRX. This will be the last in this series. Each Monday a different swing position has been coupled with...

    • Posted 339 days ago
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    The Swing in Pictures: The Finish

    Over the next several weeks, Tom Stickney will be presenting a series called, “The Swing In Pictures” on GolfWRX. Each Monday a different swing position will be coupled with thoughts you (as the player) should pay attention...

    • Posted 346 days ago
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  • John Daly eye line
    Keep Your Eye Line Parallel to the Target Line

    It makes me incredulous that this topic is never talked about. I say never in the context that I have never seen anyone as good looking or smooth with the ladies as myself, but I know this...

    • Posted 347 days ago
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    Forget method teaching: Swing your swing

    Over the course of the 50 years, 30 of which I’ve spent teaching golf, I have seen many methods come and go. From “Square to Square” to “Stack and Tilt,” from Alex Morrison’s left-handed game to Tommy...

    • Posted 350 days ago
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    Hitting Down To Take a Divot? Read this first

    Odds are if you’ve played golf for any amount of time you’ve heard the hackneyed phrase “hit down on the ball to take a divot.” Just hearing that phrase makes me cringe. At least once a week...

    • Posted 350 days ago
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  • Justin Moose
    The Quest for 300: How to Bomb Your Driver (Part 2)

    In my first installment, I talked about the minimum prerequisites to drive a ball 300 yards under neutral conditions Let’s recap. You will need to have at least 108 mph of club head speed and 160 mph...

    • Posted 351 days ago
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  • Alastair Grindlay
    Use Space and Sequence to Create Power

    There are many ways which you can change your swing to become more powerful and consistent. But through the course of giving thousands of lessons, I have found that it is vital that the sequence of movements...

    • Posted 352 days ago
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  • The Follow Through
    The Swing in Pictures: The Follow Through (Part 2)

    Over the next several weeks, Tom Stickney will be presenting a series called, “The Swing In Pictures” on GolfWRX. Each Monday a different swing position will be coupled with thoughts you (as the player) should pay attention...

    • Posted 352 days ago
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  • Proper Putting Grip
    The Case for Putting Instruction Part 2: Fundamentals and Drills

    Last month I tried to persuade readers to treat the flat stick with respect when it comes to practice and lessons (You can read it here). In this follow up, I’ll address the so-called fundamentals of putting...

    • Posted 357 days ago
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  • Dennis Clark Chipping
    Simple steps to better chips

    The words “chip” and “pitch” are often used interchangeably to describe shots hit around the green, but they’re actually two different types of shots with distinct purposes. If you can understand the difference between a chip and...

    • Posted 358 days ago
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  • Poor Footwork
    Fancy Footwork For Solid Iron Shots

    So much time in golf instruction is spent focusing on the hips, shoulders and arms that many amateur golfers are never taught the proper footwork necessary for a powerful, repeatable golf swing. One reason for this is...

    • Posted 359 days ago
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  • The Follow Through
    The Swing in Pictures: The Follow Through

    Over the next several weeks, Tom Stickney will be presenting a series called, “The Swing In Pictures” on GolfWRX. Each Monday a different swing position will be coupled with thoughts you (as the player) should pay attention...

    • Posted 360 days ago
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    3 Steps To Lights Out Putting

    Early in my coaching career I was obsessed with putting. I was in an environment where I was around a bunch of great players and it became my goal to become the model of putting proficiency. I...

    • Posted 364 days ago
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