Tag Archives: Irons

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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Do you take a divot?

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Good players hit down on the ball when playing a shot off the ground, NOT up.  There should be no attempt to neither scoop nor lift the ball into the air. To effectively hit down on the back of the ball, the good player ensures their hands are in front of the ball at impact […]

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Impact must be your FIRST consideration

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If you master how to achieve the correct impact alignments, then you will start to have control over the balls flight. Consistent ball striking doesn’t happen by accident.  Anyone can learn to make a consistent strike on the ball… It is first achieved by learning the correct impact alignments in a chip shot, then the […]

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It’s not about pretty… It’s about IMPACT!!

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We’ve all seen the golf swings down the range that make us double take. Learn to impact the ball correctly and the rest just kind of happens. I like to start by teaching a student how they need to impact the ball first.  Then their body will start to move to support the motion of […]

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What Other Sport Do You Play Which Might Help Your Golf?

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If you are just taking up golf, relating a sport you have played in the past to your golf swing maybe very useful in achieving a more sound golf technique. Softball, Baseball, Tennis, Cricket are just an example of sports that have very similar biomechanics to golf.   For example: the chipping technique can be […]

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Willow’s Swing

November 2009 October 2010 Feel free to comment or ask questions regarding my swing.

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