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Golf Instruction / Breaking 80

Breaking 80: Develop A Tight Coil Going Back

Better players are already good ball-strikers, but they often lose distance because of poor body action. Imagine that your body turns back in a 2-1 ratio from the top down.
November 2010
Golf Instruction / 3 Keys

Butch Harmon: Super-Short Sand Shots

Open the clubface, lean the shaft back, and accelerate.
June 2011
Golf Instruction / Breaking 100

Breaking 80: Strike Up On Bumpy Greens

When greens are unusually bumpy, the lack of initial spin can become a problem in that the ball might contact something that deflects it off line before it develops its own inertia.
December 2009
Golf Instruction / Breaking 100

Breaking 80: Get Your Swing Back With One Arm

Even good players lapse into bad habits that make it hard to consistently repeat their ball flight. Often the root cause is trying to over-control the shot.
June 2011
Golf Instruction / Breaking 80

Breaking 80: Tempo Is The Key On Big Par 3s

A great drill to reinforce smooth tempo is to practice hitting four balls in a row with a long iron without stopping.
March 2010
Golf Instruction / Lesson Tee

Robert Garrigus: Steal My Feel

Swing at 90 percent: swinging harder really messes with your rhythm and timing--and saps your power.
May 2011
Golf Instruction / Lesson tee

Rick Smith: Don't Get Snagged In The Rough

Hinge your wrists early for better contact.
January 2013
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