How to Hit a Driver Correctly

To hit a driver correctly, you must start with the ball position as you would for any other club. This means that your feet should be close together. A straight line should be formed between your big toe and the ball. The same principles apply to mid-irons and fairway woods. Here are some tips to … Read more

The Pros and Cons of a Weak Golf Grip

Golfers with a weak golf grip have to flip their hands throughout impact and this is crucial to the timing of your swing. Only Ben Hogan was one of the greatest players with a weak golf grip. During his early career, he was plagued by problems hooking the ball. Luckily, he eventually found a solution … Read more

How to Adjust a Flat Golf Swing

A flat golf swing can be an effective technique that prompts superior rotation and increases clubhead speed and COR. The swing plane, rotation, and weight distribution are complex with a flat golf swing. Practice improving your shoulder rotation and controlling your hands. Dropping your left arm allows the right arm to drag the club around … Read more

How High to Tee Up Your Driver?

The height of your driver is determined by your center of gravity. There are many factors that contribute to the tee height. Each golfer’s swing is different and there is no one “correct” height for any player. That being said, the evidence is there is a better way to tee a golf driver. To find … Read more

Correcting a Steep Golf Swing

If you come in too steep, you probably have a steep golf swing. In order to correct this issue, you must create a flatter downswing and shallower attack angle. The split in the club shaft creates the correct angle of attack for impact, compressing the shot at impact. By flattening the swing, you’ll improve power, … Read more

Golf Chipping Tips

Here are some golf chipping tips to help you improve your game. First, you need to shift your weight to your hands and forward leg while chipping. Secondly, you should be vertical while chipping. This will allow you to pop the ball high enough toward the hole. Finally, you need to be consistent while chipping. … Read more