Warren Bottke teaches you about the three essential clubs to warm up with prior to a round. These three will have the most impact on your game. Spend 10 minutes each with your driver, seven iron, and putter and you’ll be able to cover 73% of your game.
PGA Professional Joseph Hallett combines fun with useful practice by showing you a game that will test your skills. It’s basically the golf version of the basketball game horse. Get a few index cards, write down a style of shot and a golf club selection. You can play against a friend or by yourself. ThisWatch Now >>
In this video, David Donatucci focuses on upper body speed. He’ll demonstrate several rotational motion golf fitness exercises that will help you shift the weight of your body from one side to the other when swinging. The added power from your hips, legs and core will transfer energy to the club head at impact creatingWatch Now >>
In this golf video PGA teachers Kip Puterbaugh, Mike Davis, Charlie King, Joe Hallett and Chip Koehlke show you a series of practice games. With these games you’ll learn how to improve your swing rhythm and body alignment. You’ll learn advanced games for hitting cuts, punches, fades and draws. You’ll also learn how to pickWatch Now >>
The first step to becoming a better golfer happens on the teebox. Dr. Gary Wiren and Mike Malaska believe that in order to be successful off the tee, you have to first evaluate and improve your drives, which means you should be confident in your ability, play to your tendencies and go through the sameWatch Now >>