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Pre-Set Drill with Braking

I could brake faster (I prefer to do this drill with softer hands and wrists so that you can't fake maintaining the flying wedge), but this drill combines two into one: Pre-setting impact position with the hips shifted laterally forward to put in secondary axis tilt. "Hit fast, stop fast" to check that the flying […]

Driveway Sticks for Hip Turn

The problem I later fixed in this swing is that the right shoulder "shrugs up" and the right arm stays a bit too straight a bit too long, leading to the shoulder "flattening" around P3-ish. But still, if you can hit golf balls with a driveway marker in your belt, it's a great way to […]

Camilo Villegas: Pulls and Cuts

Camilo demonstrates how much he shifts this plane line to the left - I would say far too much - in order to hit his pulls and pull-cuts or slices. Camilo has a lot of talent. It'd be nice to see him get this under control.

Michael Breed on Ball Flight Laws

This is the time I got on The Golf Fix. I'd submitted a question on Facebook and Michael Breed answered the question. In truth, the full question was: I'm curious about something, Michael, and I hope you can address this in Monday's show. What determines where the ball starts? Nick Faldo gave advice in Hawaii […]

Peter Kostis Analyzes Phil’s Swing

Phil does not maintain his "posture" and he does not keep the same flex in the left knee. You can see at impact how much across the ball Phil hits this ball. Believe me, there are things Phil can fix in his swing, but "maintaining the flex in his left knee" is not among them.

Charlie Wi, Driver, FO

Fax is "stackin' a little bit" at the end. Elk is an information gatherer and has basically moved on. Wish Johnny didn't draw that line in there. 😉

S&T: Extension into Finish

I shot this video with a Canon 5D Mark II and a mic setup for Golf Evolution, at which I've served as an apprentice this year. Our YouTube can be found at http://youtube.com/thegolfevolution. Subscribe to them today if you want to be notified of new videos. We have a few we'd like to shoot this […]

I shot this video with a Canon 5D Mark II and a mic setup for Golf Evolution, at which I've served as an apprentice this year. Our YouTube can be found at http://youtube.com/thegolfevolution. Subscribe to them today if you want to be notified of new videos. We have a few we'd like to shoot this […]

For decades, the vast majority of those teaching (and playing) golf have misunderstood the ball flight laws. This video shows, clearly and concisely, how even major champions like Nick Faldo are provably wrong. FWIW I hit the pull-hooks and Dave managed to hit the push-slices. Each of us had a harder time doing the opposites. […]

S&T: Proper Release to Hit the Draw

I shot this video with a Canon 5D Mark II and a mic setup for Golf Evolution, at which I've served as an apprentice this year. Our YouTube can be found at http://youtube.com/thegolfevolution. Subscribe to them today if you want to be notified of new videos. We have a few we'd like to shoot this […]

S&T: Inclination to the Ground

I shot this video with a Canon 5D Mark II and a mic setup for Golf Evolution, at which I've served as an apprentice this year. Our YouTube can be found at http://youtube.com/thegolfevolution. Subscribe to them today if you want to be notified of new videos. We have a few we'd like to shoot this […]

Lynn Blake’s Alignment Golf

I watched - to my wife's dismay at the number of times the word "cock" was used in varying forms1 - the first of the three discs in Lynn Blake's Alignment Golf DVDs. 95% of the stuff Lynn says is simple fact and dead on accurate. He's probably right that it's "simplest" to set the […]

evolvr Sample Analysis

Our evolvr service for online golf instruction is going pretty smoothly. Here's a sample analysis from the service early on. This particular student went from shooting in the high 90s to shooting in the high 70s and low 80s pretty quickly this year.

One for One in Pro Tournaments

I've now played in one Western New York section PGA Tour event, and I've come away a winner. I'm one for one, winning 100% of the time, and am happy to announce my retirement. I'm going out on top! Okay, not really, no. I started off apparently aiming somewhere around 90 degrees to the right […]

Stack and Tilt: Diagnosing the Exit

We recorded this video two days ago (5D Mark II, iMovie :-)). I've gotten the nickname "Terminator" based on my appearance in this video. In trying not to be a distraction, I became a bit of a distraction, I suppose. 🙂