Browsing Month February, 2013

The Importance of the Setup Routine

By at February 27, 2013 | 11:39 pm | 4 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain the importance of the setup routine.  The setup routine includes many different steps that you must go through before each shot.  Making sure you do them right and consistently is vital to not only making good golf shots but for allowing you to fix your own swing. . ——————————————————————————-. Other […]

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Advancing the Coil

By at February 26, 2013 | 11:56 pm | 5 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Advancing the coil takes you off your seat and up into the address position.  This time we’ll take the exercise to a very golf-specific movement  pattern that forces you to anchor your lower body (knee and foot) while you rotate above.  Another anchor not mentioned in the video is your spine angle (up/down and left/right).  […]

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What You Don’t Want

By at February 25, 2013 | 12:33 am | 6 Comments

David Breslow

In this tip I explain exactly how to get what you want on the golf course–instead of what you don’t want! Isn’t it amazing how often we get less than satisfying results when we know we’re better than that? Understanding this concept will finally allow you to create clarity in your game, stop performing below […]

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Swing From Point A to Point B

By at February 24, 2013 | 11:34 pm | 18 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how to get a consistent golf swing.  This is probably one of the most important tips I have even done so please watch this carefully and watch it over and over.  Once you do you will understand how to do the proper downswing and develop that consistency you have been […]

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Help Relieve Elbow Pain

By at February 23, 2013 | 8:56 pm | 4 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

In this tip we will look into the very common problem of elbow/forearm pain in the golfer.  Not all elbow pain is the same but it can all be very self-limiting when it comes to golf.  As a matter of fact, this area of the body has been the reason many golfers quit the game […]

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What To Do If You Lose Your Swing

By at February 22, 2013 | 12:09 am | 17 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how to get your swing back if you lose it.  Losing your swing is something most people have gone through.  Once you know how to get it back you don’t have to get upset if you find yourself not playing quite as well as you are used to. . ——————————————————————————-. […]

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Remembering How to Cure Pushed Shots

By at February 21, 2013 | 11:56 pm | 0 Comment

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain an easy way to remember why you are pushing your shots.  After watching this tip, if you push a ball in the future you will instantly know what you did and instantly be able to apply the correct fix. . ——————————————————————————-. Other Services: . Golf Lessons- More Information Golf Schools- […]

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Remembering How Cure Pulled Shots

By at February 21, 2013 | 12:55 am | 9 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain an easy way to remember why you are pulling your shots.  After watching this tip, if you pull a ball in the future you will instantly know what you did and instantly be able to apply the correct fix. . ——————————————————————————-. Other Services: . Golf Lessons- More Information Golf Schools- […]

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Learn From Hogan’s Shoulder Rotation

By at February 19, 2013 | 12:55 am | 24 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how better players turn their shoulders back on a slightly tilted plane not a severely tilted plane.  I have included a picture of one of the greatest golfers of all time, Ben Hogan.  Take a look at the plane of his shoulders as well as many other great golfers and […]

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Stop Hitting Thin Bunker Shots

By at February 17, 2013 | 9:52 pm | 19 Comments

Paul Wilson

Here is another bunker tip.  This time it’s how to stop hitting the ball thin from the bunker.  Although there are a few different reasons you hit the ball thin the fix is to stop trying to hit the ball.  Watch this video to see if you are doing any of these things and keep […]

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