Archives for "December 2010"

Golf Lessons on Spot Alignment

The five fundamentals of golf – Golf training grip, stance, posture, ball position, and alignment, are the keys to development and success in golf for players of all skill levels. It has been my experience that the most difficult of those fundamentals for students to grasp is alignment. The most common tendency for our students ...

Distance Control

In order to score in the magical game of golf, one must be able to execute shots from within 100 yards of the hole. No matter what a golfer’s handicap might be, well over 60% of all golf shots occur inside the 100-yard marker. It is the "game within the game." Distance control on these ...

Golf’s Greatest Illusion – Mastery Results in Consistency

Do you consistently hit inconsistent golf shots? One swing results in a pull and the next is a dreaded slice. Left, right, left, right! This is music to the ears of an army drill sergeant, but it is not necessarily the most enjoyable way to play golf. If an inconsistent ball flight such as the ...

Improve Golf Swing

The Quest for Distance via The Best Golf Swing Instruction Would you like to hit your driver farther? The topic of distance has surpassed score as the most discussed subject matter at nearly all 19th hole retreats. There is no question that technology has improved at a faster rate than the golfer population’s understanding of ...

How to Improve at Golf

Five Fields for Guaranteed Golf Improvement One of the most common complaints among golfers is an unchanging handicap in spite of technological advances in equipment. Equipment plays a factor in recording lower scores; however, a close examination of one’s strengths and weaknesses can more effectively lead to a better golf game. Ted Frick has been ...

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