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Lie Angles Don’t Lie

This month we’re going to discuss the lie angles on clubs. Not just how a correct lie angle affects the direction of a golf shot, but as important, what looking at and monitoring lie angles of clubs can tell you … Continue reading


Winter Practice 2

Going to Discuss Recommend Winter Practice #2 in this month’s e-tip: But FIRST: Wanted to copy this testimonial I received a couple of days ago…. From Doug Smith, Virginia ” Let me start off by saying Thank You! Thank You! … Continue reading


Clubs to Fit the Single Plane Swing

I have been getting a lot of emails and calls lately (in the past week) about students wanting to change their clubs to fit the single axis swing. And to be honest, I have heard a lot of MISS INFORMATION … Continue reading


How to Cure the Shank

The dreaded S word. Some refuse to mention the word around anybody that has played golf. Many regards it is another four letter word. Almost every golfer has experienced it, especially in the most critical moment at the most critical … Continue reading


Correcting the Shank

The Correct Rotation in the Back swing and How to Stop/Correct the Shank More about the hosel rocket, hoosel, pitch out, lateral, the s word…. What causes the “s word” and how can we prevent it? The pictures are up. … Continue reading


Swing Terminology

We have been getting a lot of questions about some swing terminology lately. Questions include defining what a wide stance is (or how wide should the stance be), body center, leverage angles, spine tilt and others. Todd decided to take … Continue reading


Leverage, Leverage, Leverage

If I had a nickel for every time someone asked us how to get more leverage (and thus distance) in their swing, I’d be RICH!!!! Thought I’d write this month’s e-tip about a few drills to help gain and/or check … Continue reading


A Matter of Perspective

Students often get confused on how the club moves away in the backswing. In the Second Video of the Seven Principles of Golf Improvement, I discuss how the club can go both straight backs and to the inside, it is … Continue reading