A lot of amateur golfers do not practice on a driving range in any manner that will yield success on the range. First, your routing on the range should be the same routine you do on the course. You go to the range to practice and you should be practicing the exact same routine you do on the... more
Rather common is the problem of making a good practice swing but yet a bad golf shot. A topic we have talked about on the blog in the past. The root of the problem is the Big A. Alignment is the cause of this readers problem.
A special follow-up to our recent video, "Don't Forget About The T-Finish", Bruce from New Zealand writes in to ask about why his excellent practice swings do not translate to good shots once a ball is in front of him.
In the Peak Performance Golf Swing, the head should stay still from takeaway to impact. That means your practice swing should follow the same rules.
Many of you may be heading out to play some golf before watching the final round of The PLAYERS Championship. So, I just wanted to give you a quick tip about your finish position.
Finding the right tempo for your golf swing can be a tough process. Some golfers swing faster than others, while others tend to swing slower. There's no right or wrong way, it just depends on what type of person and golfer you are.