Category Archives: Golf Science

STOP SLICING – The Path to Success

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The majority of students I see slice the ball.  The rest will hook the ball with very few knowing the correct path into the ball on the downswing. To learn to hit it straighter let’s first look at why the ball curves in the air. The main thing that we, as golfers, do to curve the […]

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Have You Had Your Lie Angles Checked Lately?

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Having the correct lie angle on your clubs helps ensure the club isn’t causing or contributing to your bad shots. How does the lie angle of my golf club cause bad shots I hear you ask? WATCH THIS… Testing for lie angles MUST be done dynamically (when impacting a golf ball).  A fitter will get […]

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The Truth About Golf (Part 2)

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In Part 1 we discussed the need to hit down on the ball according to Science and the Geometry of the Circle.  This was the Vertical axis of the Incline Plane. In this part we will discuss the Horizontal axis of the Incline Plane.  As we swing, the club moves up on the backswing.  The […]

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The Truth About Golf (Part 1)

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To achieve our maximum learning potential in golf it helps to have a little information on what we are required to do to make this difficult game work for us. So let’s begin our lesson here. Our Equipment has been designed to do a specific job and knowing what that is, may help us understand […]

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