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Discover your Ideal Hand Path

Discover your Ideal Hand Path

The idea that your hands and arms swing on the same path sounds pretty simple, right?  Problem is, it doesn’t work.  Your hand path and the path of the club should be different. In a previous post I’ve explained an easy way to monitor whether your club path is correct.  The video below explains your […]

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Putting Rhythm & Distance Control

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Putting Rhythm & Distance Control

Distance control with your putting is very closely tied to your stroke rhythm.  Players who have great distance control also have excellent stroke rhythm and those who don’t, generally have neither good distance control or good stroke rhythm. As mentioned in a previous post, speed control with your putting applies to putts from the shortest putt […]

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Golf Swing Myth: Straight Left Arm

Golf Swing Myth: Straight Left Arm

Some myths about the golf swing are like cockroaches; it doesn’t matter how hard you try to get rid of them, they hang around. The idea that your left arm (for a right handed golfer) needs to stay straight is one of them.  As the video here shows, the normal outward force of the swing […]

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