Category Archives: Woods

It All Starts With The Grip

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Any wear marks or holes in your golf glove is a sign of a poor grip or grip pressure. Having an incorrect grip can lead to the need to have many compensations and manipulations during the swing to attempt to deliver the club face square at impact. In this video I explain how to achieve […]

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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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Are Your Grips Costing You Distance?

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Did you know that washing your golf grips could improve consistency and distance in your shots? Poor condition grips will cause the golfer to grip the club tighter to stop it slipping or moving.  This will cause tension in the arms, which will reduce the effectiveness of the golfers levers in their swing and therefore […]

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Drive Straighter and Longer

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Everything we do should be about being able to deliver the club correctly to the ball on our way from the top of the backswing through to finish. Miss-hits are the main reason for a lack of potential distance that your technique might produce.  I see so many golfer tee up the ball high, but […]

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Improve Your Driving

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Do you stand on the tee with driver in hand and hope to hit the fairway? Driving seems to be most of my students main concern and the recent poll on this site saw 29.17% of responses say that driving was the worst part of their game.  Irons came in 2nd at 18%.  Click HERE […]

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5 Shots Around The Green

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I recently had an article published in the Inside Golf 2010 Digital Instruction Guide. (Click to view) I originally wrote the article to help golfers improve by explaining some cause and effect.  For example, how ball position will affect trajectory or how the length of swing and how we use our wrists will affect distance. […]

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Confessions of a Yipper

There are a few words and phrases which golfers not only don’t like hearing but don’t like experiencing. The phrase “Still your putt”, the words “Shank” and “Yip” are all part of the golfing vocabulary and when mentioned in a sentence often produce anything from a laugh or a cringe depending on whether you’re witnessing […]

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Published Articles

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Click the links to view David’s published articles online. Golf Science – Inside Golf December 2009 – ONLINE NOW Short Game – Inside Golf November 2009 Chipping – Inside Golf May 2008 – Page 32/33 Click picture to visit the Inside Golf site.

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