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A ‘Level’ Turn

A ‘Level’ Turn

Making a ‘level’ turn is key for being able to maintain your posture throughout the swing.  As a rule of thumb, if you turn too ‘steep’, your head will inadvertently move down and slightly toward the target during the backswing; and if your turn is too ‘flat’ […]

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The lead wrist

The lead wrist

Should the lead wrist be ‘flat’ at the top of the swing or should it be ‘cupped’?  This is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed.  This article explains which is correct for ‘you’, and then by understanding this, your entire game will improve. To view article – click here

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‘Impact’ The Moment of Truth’

'Impact' The Moment of Truth'

The ball doesn’t know how you stand to the ball, what your grip looks like, or if your backswing is on plane… all it reacts to are the conditions at impact.  This article explains and demonstrates drills that will help you achieve proper impact conditions. If you can learn to […]

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Aiming your putter

Aiming your putter

For 30+ years I struggled aiming my putter well or maybe I should say aligning the putter-face perpendicular or square to my intended target’s line.  Even though I felt I was aiming well, the putter was actually aiming slightly left.  And because of this, I had to […]

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‘Greenside’ Bunker Play

'Greenside' Bunker Play

_Once you learn a few basic fundamentals, you’ll no longer fear being in the bunker. This article simplifies playing from a greenside bunker. To view article – click here

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