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Medicus Video: Learn to Achieve Straighter, Longer & Consistent Golf Swings w/ Instant Access to the Stack & Tilt Method! Includes A FREE Trial to Medicus Video!
This is so good that I could take my wife for a dance on my desk. I can offer one of the best swing’s on the tour to all my friends, even Tiger Woods is checking this out.
Tiger Woods swing in slow motion
COMPLETE YOUR SHOULDER TURN TO STRAIGHTEN OUT YOUR DRIVE!
With Bruce Fleisher, PGA Professional
The major fault for high handicappers is the shoulder turn. The reason they are high handicappers is because they don’t finish the backswing. This most likely will cause them to slice.
If the shoulders never truly get behind the ball, the upper body will dominate the swing, and cause the club to come from the outside.
Next time you are out on the practice range, concentrate on getting your left shoulder behind the ball during the backswing. This lets your lower body react first, with your hands and arms following. I think you’ll find you hit the ball a lot better!
ELIMINATE STROKES BY PUTTING BETTER
Chuck Evans – Executive Director of Instruction – Medicus Golf Institute
How important is putting? If you HIT every green in regulation then you are allowed 2 putts per hole. On a par 72 course that’s 36 putts and that’s 50% of your strokes!
In putting there are only two critical factors, path and face angle. Of these two face angle is the most important. Think of it this way, if you have a 30 footer what’s most important – distance or direction? What about a 3 footer? In the 30 footer DISTANCE is more important, not many people stroke a 30 foot putt and hit it 10 feet off line BUT they DO leave it 10 long or short,in the 3 footer DIRECTION is critical.
Reduce The Number Of Putts & Lower Your Scores
Great putters look at a putt, select their starting line then focus on PACE. Bad putters think about direction almost exclusively. Get out of the direction mode and really concentrate on the pace of the putt and you’ll make more of them.
Sooner or later in a golfer’s career, it’s tournament time!
With Roger Gunn , So.Cal PGA Teacher of the Year
Sooner or later in a golfer’s career, it’s tournament time! This is a chance to really see what you and your golf game are made of. What’s the best way to prepare for this momentous occasion?
Many players make the mistake of spending all their preparation time on the range, attempting to find some sort of bulletproof swing that will surely carry them to victory. Even if this was possible, we’ve all experienced rounds where we hit the ball great and still had a bad score. You mustn’t forget the scoring shots! Make sure, when preparing for a big game or tournament, that you can do these two things: First of all, make sure that you’re able to get the ball close on all shots from 50 yards and in. Don’t forget to put in some time from the sand and the rough. The second is to have great speed control on the greens. There’s nothing that will throw you out of your game faster than three-putting. If you feel confident in these areas, it will take the pressure off your long game, and you’re likely to hit the ball better anyway!
GET COMFORTABLE WITH YOUR PRE-SHOT ROUTINE, AND USE IT FOR BOTH PRACTICE AND PLAY…
By Ed Grant, Author of Subconscious Golf
You should get comfortable with your pre-shot routine on the practice tee, then take it to the golf course. Make it a well-grooved habit. Go out late at night or early in the morning when you’re not rushed and just really focus on making your pre-shot routine a habit under playing conditions. Adapting a pre-shot routine will actually allow you to play faster. You’ll get rid of indecision, you’ll feel more confident, and in turn you’ll play quicker. Make a pre-shot routine part of both your practice and play, and it will really help add consistency to your game.
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Swing Easy When it’s Breezy…
With Roger Gunn, So.Cal PGA Teacher of the Year
If you hang out with some of the great players over the years, sooner or later you’ll hear “Swing easy when it’s breezy”. Is that right? Or is it just some old cliché that doesn’t apply any more?
Most clichés are based in truth, and “Swing easy when it’s breezy” is no exception.
When you’re playing in the wind, a ball with too much backspin can be a real killer. Too much backspin makes the ball balloon up into the air where it’s really likely to be blown offline. Using more club than usual and swinging much easier will keep that spin rate down, which will give you much more control.
Does that mean you never want to swing hard on a windy day? Not exactly. When you have a shot that’s straight downwind, that’s when you can take the shorter club and swing away.
“Swing easy when it’s breezy,” now that’s some advice that really stands the test of time!
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