Here we are on the golf course at Wildwood Green Golf Club. We have had some fabulous weather this November. Getting out to play with my students is a big part of my golf instruction. Here you will see a very good swing. We have worked on some simple things to keep the swing more consistent. One has been better posture to start the swing. The next was his stability with the lower body while loading the club to the top of the swing. We’ve also worked on his alignment and the smoothness in his transition. We have kept things very simple and only focus on one or two of those items at a time. For more information on Playing Lessons at Wildwood Green Golf Club, please feel free to contact me at the Golf Shop. Best regards, Greg Greksa Senior Instructor PGA Professional Callaway Advisory Staff
pureswingtv.com – This is a round i recorded at Bernardo Heights CC San Diego, CA. I played with PGA Teaching Professional Paul Collett and Wilson Staff rep Blaire Mckeithen. I shot 73 and was pleased with the round. feb 3 2010 Go to my website for video golf tips, drills, and Taylormade giveaways. pureswingtv.com Thanks Gabriel Writer
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Golf pro Tom Ward has one of his women golfers demonstrate a timely baseball drill in honor of the Texas Rangers playing in the World Series.
Golf Drill Video: Fortunately, the swing that I teach in the Signature Series, when done properly, not only prevents injury but puts you in a position that will not allow you to hit fat shots. In today’s video I have a quick drill for you that will reinforce proper swing technique and eliminate fat shots in your play. Sign up for 10 Free HD videos guaranteed to improve your golf game in 10 days or less. Visit perfectconnectiongolfswing.com
A great golf drill to help you improve your footwork in tour swing. Middle Aged golfer is shown demonstrating exercise to increase his swing speed and add much needed diatnace to hit drives.
BestGuide2You.Com How to Play Golf in Winter Golf doesn’t have to end when the snow falls or temperatures get too cold. There are many options for the golfer who doesn’t want to give up his favorite pastime during the winter months. Warm up the cart and play golf in the winter. Step #1: Visit an indoor golf facility. Find golf domes online or in the phone book. Domes are heated driving ranges. Some also offer putting and chipping areas. Step #2: Put an indoor practice green in your basement. Kits can be purchased at local golf accessories stores or online. Use the extra space in your home to put up a practice net and hitting area. Get use out of your clubs all winter long. Step #3: Find a golf facility that offers interactive simulators. Many offer full rounds of golf, playing well known courses from around the world. Practice with your own set of clubs with their screen and sensor equipment. Step #4: Start a golf exercise program at home or with a qualified golf fitness trainer from a local gym. A trainer can help you keep those muscles used for golfing toned and ready to go. Step #5: Play a round of indoor mini-golf. While it’s not the same thing, it helps keep your putting skills up to par until you can hit the course in the spring. Step #6: Take advantage of playing the course even though it’s cold. If the course is open, there’s no reason to wait. Dress warm and plan on seeing a lot of bare spots, but you can still have fun and get some good practice in. To lean more …
Part 1 of 3 of Par 5 Course Management strategy. You step up to a par 5 and most likely always grab your driver. But every par 5 is not equal and the strategy used shouldn’t always be the same. A par 5 is a great spot to pick up some strokes, and good course management along with good club selection are the easiest ways to make this happen. Sign up for 10 Free HD videos guaranteed to improve your golf game in 10 days or less. Visit perfectconnectiongolfswing.com