Showing 1 - 10 of 25 posts
CATEGORY: Long game
Learn the basics of the golf swing starting from the grip, stance, and posture all the way to the transition and impact zone.
3 quick long game tips
While the pros would say the short game is more important, most golfers benefit more from improving their long game. Here are 3 quick tips to get you started.
Develop a pre-shot routine
Do the same thing before every shot. Sounds simple, but this will transform your game overnight and help under pressure.
Hold your finish
Begin with the end in mind. Knowing you are going to hold your finish helps you fully commit to your shot and strike it pure.
Count to 3
Say, "1" at the start of your swing, "2" at the top, and "3" at impact. This will help eliminate bad swing thoughts.
All Posts in Long game
Golf Swing Basics
In this free instructional series, you'll learn the core principles of the golf swing from the lens of The Golfing Machine, a legendary book that has inspired golf instruction across the globe for decades.Read series
Learn what the D-Plane is and how it applies to ball-flight in golf.
The Golfing Machine by Homer Kelley is like reading a foreign language. It took me several reads before fully understanding it and I don't want that same painful experience for you!
The flying wedges are a Golfing Machine concept that will help you make more solid contact every time.
This post explores all of the factors which contribute to ball-position as well as some common misconceptions of ball position.
Learn all the different possibilities for the golf grip, and how they may be affecting how powerful your swing is.
This post examines the proper method for creating lag in the golf swing.
This post explores a basic model for the golf swing and some of the uses of this model in a real golf swing.
This post explores the various components of the setup in the golf swing, including posture, alignment, and weight distribution.
In the golf swing basics series, I will show you how to build a consistent, reliable golf swing based on timeless principles.
Learn how the inclined plane works in golf and what being on plane means.