"How to Hit Your Irons Farther"

The above pic is in this month’s Golf Magazine. The article suggests that you try the above. Here is how: The above “Top 100 Instructor” says, “Grab an iron by its hosel and make the widest backswing you can while keeping both arms straight. Stop when you feel tension in the left side of your torso. Now, drop your hands…

Are you swinging your club to your target? Do you know what your target is? And how do you know if you are aiming at your target? Well, you need to have the mental picture in your mind as to where you want the club to go to move the ball forward. Does that sound too simple? Is there more…

The average driver length shaft on the PGA Tour for the past few years has been 44.5 inches. The average length for off the rack drivers is currently 45 to 46 inches. Why longer? Well, the longer the shaft will produce more distance, right? The reason some the best players in the world may play a shorter driver is control…

Here is a short list that can help you today: 1. Check your golf club grips for wear and tear. Worn grips will promote tighter grip pressure, therefore tension. 2. Check your golf glove for wear and tear. Why? See number 1. 3. Grip a 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch down. Why? Better control for centered-club-face-contact (sweet spot). 4. Putting…