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Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

Jim McLean: 2 Moves To Groove Your Swing

Lexi Thompson, the LPGA's newest major champion, shows you how to smash it.
July 2014
Golf Instruction / The Driver Guy

Tom Stickney II: Topped It!

How to avoid rolling your first shot of the day.
August 2014
Golf Instruction / Lesson Tee

Sean Foley: What the Pros Know

Hit more shots dead center—it starts with understanding your misses.
August 2014
coaches-instructors

Driving - Don Hurter: Don't Make a Fake Turn

Your goal should be to make the biggest turn that's right for your body and flexibility level. Turn your hips and shoulders fully, and let your arms swing back to the point where you can keep your left arm reasonably straight.
Golf Instruction / The Driver Guy

Tom Stickney II: Scar Issue

What to do if you get snow on the roof.
July 2014
Golf Instruction / Video Bonus

Video Bonus: Don't Make a Fake Turn

Almost every player is looking for more distance, and we've all heard the common tips that go with that goal. "Make a bigger turn" is one of the most popular, and it's a good one--but only to a point.
July 2014
Golf Instruction / Lesson Tee

Rick Smith: Why Did I Slice?

Why'd I do that: It's wide open left, and I still slice it O.B.
June 2014
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

The Big Swing: Billy Horschel

Billy Horschel hits it 290 and ranks top 10 in fairways. Here's what to copy.
June 2014
Instruction

Make The Turn Challenge #4: Barefoot Balance

By Jeff Ritter When reduced to its most basic essentials, you could say that good golf is comprised of one's ability to use the eyes, hands and feet to produce the desired outcome for...
Tuesday, 4/8/2014 at 7:00AM
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Driving - Jared Zak: How to Launch It (May 2014)

To increase your clubhead speed, pay close attention to the relationship between your upper body and lower body, especially on the downswing. The longest hitters start down by shifting and rotating the lower body independently from the upper body: The upper body stays back as the lower body moves forward. This causes the shoulders to tilt, with the right shoulder below the left. This combination of body separation and shoulder tilt is what slings the clubhead through impact with maximum speed.
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