Category: Golf Instruction

Ultimate Driver Clinic Highlights

Want to add 20 yards to your drives, hit more fairways, and improve your consistency? Then attend one of our monthly Ultimate Driver Clinics! Each month we give six golfers an opportunity to work on Flightscope radar systems to optimize...

Confident Golf: Putting You In Control

Confident Golf: Putting You In Control

Golf is a game of confidence. If confidence is so important then the more we know about confidence and the more confident we can be on the course the better we’ll play. My research shows that the three most important aspects of confidence are comfort, commitment, and concentration.

Golf on the Line: Practicing Target Golf

Golf on the Line: Practicing Target Golf

A quality practice should combine elements of both mechanics to improve efficiency, and target focus to improve effectiveness. Plus a little fun. Try these range challenge games if you really want to improve your practice time and your scores on the golf course.

Golf On The Line: Curing the “crunch” slice with Target Focus

Golf On The Line: Curing the “crunch” slice with Target Focus

Over time my student had fallen into the habit of “ball focus” rather than target focus. He was so focused on getting the club to the ball square that his body was orienting to the ball at impact, rather than orienting to the target. That was creating the crunch. It was turning into a habit, and making his slice worse.

Golf On The Line: How to Prepare for Tournaments

Golf On The Line: How to Prepare for Tournaments

The elements of shot making are skills, just like the mechanical elements of swinging on plane and making a pivot are skills. They can be practiced and the skills can be developed. Split your practice so you spend half your time working on shot-making, and half on mechanics.

Golf on the Line: A Learning Focus

Golf on the Line: A Learning Focus

When you practice to learn about or refine your mechanics your focus should be internal. Not on the results. Your goal is to learn about your swing by refining your internal feedback and awareness abilities. What happens to the ball after you hit it, and whether it goes at a target or not, is simply data that can help you diagnose and interpret your swing better.
If you can’t feel something, you can’t change it. To change your swing, you must first develop an awareness of your swing around the aspect you wish to change.

How To Fix Your Slice

How To Fix Your Slice

Slicing the ball is one of the most common issues for golfers. But do you know the real cause of your slice? Watch this video to understand the difference between swing path and clubface angle at impact, and their influence...