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Four Ball Drill

Golfs tips and drills teaches you the four ball drill and power swing

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Pro Golf Lessons with Dean Hartman (Lesson 2: Ball Position)

Here’s a ball position drill that guarantees that you will have the correct ball position on all of you shots including putting and chipping. Essentially there are 2 ball positions, one with irons and putter and the other with woods. For irons, simply place your feet together with the ball positioned opposite your right toe. Then flare your left foot out towards the target approximately 20 degrees and take a small step to the right with your right foot. If you are playing a short iron such as an 8 iron through your wedges, your step to the right should be approximately 2 inches less than should width. This will have the ball located just forward of the centre of your stance. For all other irons and hybrids, you can repeat the same flare and step process but step to shoulder width when you place your right foot. This will place the ball below your heart which is where the bottom of your swing arc should be. The reason for the shorter step with the short irons is that the ball will be located just behind your heart, which will have the clubhead arriving to the ball on a slightly descending angle of approach. Chip shots For chip shots, you can place the ball off of your back toe and then flare your right foot 20 degrees towards your target but no step to the right is necessary. This will have the ball positioned back in your stance and allow you to keep your weight on your left side. This insures a steeper angle of approach of the clubhead to the ball which is important for

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Maximum Time Aloft – World Record Attempt

My Record Attempt for MTA…9.65 seconds!!! MTA drill to help your backhand or forehand. Make sure your throwing into the wind. Go out and try it and post your times in the comment section. Want To Improve Your Skills? Join Me…Here’s What You Do! 1 SUBSCRIBE to EVERYTHING-ULTIMATE here on YouTube! bit.ly 2 LIKE EVERYTHING-ULTIMATE on Facebook! on.fb.me 3 Follow Us on Twitter! bit.ly The Best Source For EVERYTHING-ULTIMATE! Tags: MTA Maximum Time Aloft Ultimate Frisbee World Record Attempt Drills Throwing backhand Wind new first jumping racing “water sports” “extreme sports” outdoors pull “Ultimate Frisbee” Bro Tips Brodie Smith Everything disc golf driver

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Pro Golf Lessons with Dean Hartman (Lesson 4: Get on the right plane)

GOLF is without a doubt the most difficult of all sports to master. The fact that the ball is sitting on the ground really complicates the game. To make matters worse, the ball may be sitting on bare dirt, on the side of a hill, in deep grass, or a fairway bunker. This requires precision not found in any other sport. So, how do we handle the fact that the ball is down on the turf? The answer lies in swinging the club on the proper plane. To explain the correct plane you have to understand that the ball is not only on the ground but it is also in front of you. Therefore, the club has to swing correctly around the body as well as correctly up and down. Golfers that swing the club too much around and not enough up and down are considered to have a flat plane and golfer that swing the club too much up and down but not enough around are considered to have an upright plane. Swinging too much Golfers that swing the club too much around and not enough up and down are considered to have a flat plane and golfer that swing the club too much up and down but not enough around are considered to have an upright plane. To illustrate the correct swing plane, I like to use a hoola hoop. At address, I have the hoola hoop tilted toward the target line. From here, I simply turn my body and keep the hoola hoop tilted toward the target line. This helps to understand what the correct plane feels like and what it looks like. To illustrate the correct swing plane, I like to use a hoola hoop. At

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Simple golf drills by Tom Ward

Golf Pro Tom Ward shares another great golf tip to help you improve your game. Just like the movie “The Bucket List” after you’re done practicing this drill you can check off another issue in your game that will no longer bother you.