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Advanced Golf Lessons
Backward Shot
A ball stymied up against a tree or obstacle, you have to use your imagination.

Buried Lie
When the ball settles down in the rough, you better get the club coming in steeper.

Downhill Lie
Hitting a ball on a down slope, you have to change your shoulder angle.

Uphill Lie
When you have an uphill lie you have to change your ball position.

Sidehill Lie
Ball below & above your feet, you better change the weight distribution in your stance.

Hitting A Fade
To be a good player you need to work the ball both ways (club face & swing plane)

Hitting A Draw
To be a good player you need to work the ball both ways (club face & swing plane)

Hitting A Low Shot
On windy days you have to learn how to keep it low.

Hitting A High Shot
When the green gets firm you have to bring those irons in high (ball position & body tilt).

Playing In The Wind
Most people hit it harder in the wind but it is just the opposite.

Controlling Your Distance
The length of your back swing controls the length of your shot.

Fried Egg Lie
It’s all in the angle of attack and hitting behind the ball.

Long Bunker Shot
You don’t always have to use a sandwedge...sometimes an 8 iron will do just fine.

Greenside Divot
Using an 8 iron will help to get the ball out of the divot.

Fringe Shot
Using your 4 wood , 5 wood or 7 wood, play this shot just like a putt.


Ball Flight Lesson
Ball Flight
Understanding ball flight and the physics behind your golf swing.


Golf For Beginners Lessons
Golf Attire
Golf in general requires proper attire.

Golf Equipment
Choosing the right golf clubs & ball to fit your game.

Starting Your Golf Swing
Building your fundamentals will help you to enjoy better golf.

Ball Position
To insure consistent contact and ball flight , ball position is crucial.

Speed Of Play
Always play when ready and keep up with the group ahead.

Taking Care Of The Course
Always fix ball marks, divots & rake traps...treat the course as if it were you own.

Lessons
Better to learn the right way & avoid forming bad habits.

Fixing A Ball Mark
Proper technique helps to insure better greens for a quicker recovery.


Golf Chipping Lessons
Chip Shot Or Pitch Shot
Knowing what shot to hit produces better results.

Running Chip Shot
Using 9 irons & 8 irons help to get the ball running.

Short, Medium & Long Chips
Keep the same swing just change your club.


Golf Course Management Lessons
Club Selection
Using the driver on every tee shot is not always the right play.

Controlling Your Emotions
Don’t let your emotions effect your next shot.

Playing Away From Trouble
Knowing where to miss hit your shot helps with your score.

Where To Tee Up
Teeing up on the left side or right side of the tee will change your angle to the fairway.

Visualizing Each Shot
Always see your shot before you play it.


Golf Equipment Lesson
Equipment
Having the right equipment is an essential part of your game.


Golf Etiquette Lessons
Proper Attire
Golf in general requires proper attire.

Speed Of Play
Always play when ready and keep up with the group ahead.

Taking Care Of The Course
Always fix ball marks, divots & rake traps...treat the course as if it were you own.

Player Awareness
Knowing when it is your turn to play your shot.


Golf Faults & Fixes Lessons
Hitting A Fat Shot
To avoid hitting behind the ball (posture & knee flex).

Hitting A Thin Shot
To avoid the “scull shot”, posture and hitting down with the irons will help.

Hitting The Ball To Low
Changing ball position and the spine tilt will change the ball flight.

Hitting The Ball To High
Changing ball position and the spine tilt will change the ball flight

Fixing The Shanks
Turning and not swaying along with connection will remedy the shanks.

Fixing Your Slice
Understanding club path and club face will help you with this fix.

Fixing Your Hook
Understanding club path and club face will help you with this fix.


Golf Iron Play Lessons
Short Irons
Wedge Play... angle of attack helps to insure consistent contact.

Mid Irons
5 iron through 7 iron still has to be looked at as scoring irons

Long Irons
Hitting 4 through 2 irons is about consistent impact positions & trusting your Swing.

Head Cover Drill
Placing a head cover 18 inches behind the ball will help you to steepen your swing.

Towel Drill
Using this towel drill will help with connection.

Sponge Drill
Using the sponge will help minimize your hands in your swing.

Gate Drill
Using this gate drill will help with a better swing path.


Golf Pitching Lessons
Chip Shot Or Pitch Shot
Knowing what shot to hit produces better results.

Lob Shot
Keep the face towards the sky.

Normal Pitch Shot
Flying it high with little roll.

Running Pitch Shot
Flying it high with the ball releasing towards the hole.

Buried Lie
When the ball is sitting down in the rough, don’t try and help it up.


Golf Practice Lessons
Short Putt (Practice Exercise)
This step drill & clock drill will help you to make those short putts.

Medium Putt (Practice Exercise)
Getting the ball into a 17 inch circle will help you to make more putts.

Long Putt (Practice Exercise)
When ever you can lag it to within 3 feet you will minimize the dreaded 3 putt.

Head Cover Drill
Placing a head cover 18 inches behind the ball will help you to steepen your swing.

Towel Drill
Using this towel drill will help with connection.

Sponge Drill
Using the sponge will help minimize your hands in your swing.

Gate Drill
Using this gate drill will help with a better swing path.


Preparing For Your Golf Round
Proper Diet
A good meal before a round helps with energy on the course.

Proper State Of Mind
Positive thoughts help players perform better.

Showing Up Before Your Round
Giving yourself enough time to prepare is essential in playing good golf.

Practice Time Before Your Round
Spend double your time on your short game as you do on the range before a round.

Visualizing Your Round
Playing the golf course the night before in your mind will help your round.

Stretches
Stretching is essential to having a better round.


Golf Pre Shot Routine Lessons
Pre Shot Routine
Having the same routine helps to ensure consistency.

Pre Shot Routine For Putting
Consistency in your setup and practice strokes help to ensure good results.


Golf Putting Lessons
Putting Grip
Overlapping & Cross Handed grips are two sound fundamental grips.

Putting Setup
Eyes over the ball and ball positioned off the left heel insures solid contact.

Putting Stroke (Shoulders)
Rocking your shoulders helps to eliminate your hands.

Putting Stroke (Sqaure to Square)
Keep the club face square to the intended line or target.

Forward Press
This motion will help you to initialize your stroke.

Keeping Your Head Still Whilst Putting
Eliminates excessive motion and allows your shoulders to rock back and forth.

Putting Routine
Consistency in your setup and practice strokes help to ensure good results.

Short Putt
Any putt 6 feet or less.

Short Putt (Practice Exercises)
This step drill & clock drill will help you to make those short putts.

Medium Putt
Any putt 6 feet to 20 feet.

Medium Putt (Practice Exercises)
Getting the ball into a 17 inch circle will help you to make more putts.

Long Putt
Any putt 20 feet or longer.

Long Putt (Practice Exercises)
When ever you can lag it to within 3 feet you will minimize the dreaded 3 putt.

Putting Feel
Development of technique & mechanics.

Reading Greens
Understanding terrain and the effects it has on uphill & downhill putts.

Downhill Putt
A short put can be tricky. I will show you a little trick for hitting this putt.

Fringe Putt
Your worst putt will always be better than your worst chip.

Pressure Putt
Steady your body and trust your stroke.

Putting Practice Before A Round
Try and get your feel for the speed of the greens.

Preparing Mentally For Your Putts
Putting is 90% mental.


Golf Setup Lessons
Grip
A good grip is a key to consistency.

Stance
Proper stance helps to ensure balance.

Alignment
You have to be aligned right in order to hit the ball at the intended target.

Ball Position
To insure consistent contact and ball flight, ball position is crucial.


Golf Swing Lessons
Grip
A good grip is the key to consistency.

Grip Pressure
Moderate pressure produces powerful results.

Back Swing
Takeaway...Set...Top of the back swing.

Club Face
Squaring the club face is crucial in producing straighter shots.

Down Swing
Transition...Slot position...Impact.

Follow Through
Release...Extension...Finish.

Swing Plane
The swing circle should bisect the shoulder of the player.

Swing Tempo
A 1...2 count helps to steady the players tempo.

Take Away
Low & slow while maintaining your arms triangle.

Weight Shift
Weight always shifts from back to front through the ball.

Rotation Of Foreamrs
Rotation of your forearms helps to square the club face.

Ball Position
To insure consistent contact and ball flight, ball position is crucial.


Tee Shot Lessons
Driving Distance
Creating resistance between upper body & lower body.

Driving Accuracy
Club face and club path effect accuracy.

First Shot Of The Day
The first shot of the day sets up your entire round.

Choosing The Right Club
Using the driver on every tee is not always the right play.

Where To Tee Up
Teeing up on the left side or right side of the tee will change your angle to the fairway.


Wedges Lesson
Wedges
Having a good wedge game and learning to control your distance is crucial to shooting lower scores.


9 Hole Golf Lesson
Did You Ever Wonder What A Golf Pro Thinks About When they Play A Round Of Golf?
Here's your chance to find out
- “Follow along with me as I play 9 holes of golf. I will let you know step by step what my thoughts are while I play my round”: Which side of the tee box to tee-up on, Which clubs to choose, Which side of the fairway to hit your shot, What trouble spots to look out for, How to properly check the wind conditions, How to approach the green, etc...

Hole # 1: Par 4 (431 Yards)
Number 1 is a demanding and long par 4. It plays uphill and to the right, with bunkers pinching the drive landing area. OB runs up the hole on both the left and the right, with fescue covered mounds providing little comfort for errant shots. The bunkers protecting the left front of the putting surface and the long narrow shape of the green make hitting it very difficult. At almost 450 yards from the black tees, #1 is a stern opening to a tough test of golf.


Hole # 2: Par 4 (371 Yards)
Number 2 is a short-to-medium length par 4. The tee shot must carry wetlands and avoid fairway bunkers on both the left and the right. The green is guarded at its front and left by a large bog full of cattails. Behind the green are mounds; moguls; fescue; and more. Two well placed shots will give you a good chance at birdie, one bad shot and you're looking at double bogey or worse!

Hole # 3: Par 4 (359 Yards)
Number 3 is another short-to-medium length par 4. The drive must find a very tight landing area protected by bunkers. The entire right side of the hole is bordered by OB. The green complex is one of the toughest on the course. Bunkers front the right side while the left and rear of the green fall off dramatically. Hitting the green in two means no guarantee of par as the complex is the trickiest on the course!


Hole # 4: Par 3 (166 Yards)
Number 4 is the first par 3 on the course. Sand is obvious as the entire area between tee and green is a gigantic sand trap. The sand continues around the back of the green, thereby making the green a peninsula. The green is deep and slopes gently from left to right. Depending on the wind, you could hit wedge or you could hit 5 iron! Be sure to hit the green as anything that misses leaves a difficult up and down.


Hole # 5: Par 5 (567 Yards)
Number 5 is a terrific par 5. The drive is to a plateauted fairway with heavy rough and OB to the right. The second shot must find another sliver of fairway bordered by OB on the left and a creek with ponds to the right. A small ponds sits at the front left of the green ready to gobble up errant shots. The green itself is one of the largest on the course, with two distinct levels being separated by a ridge running though the center of the green along the line of play. Put your approach on the right level and birdie looks good - put it on the wrong level and be ready for a three putt.


Hole # 6: Par 4 (472 Yards)
Number 6 is a medium-to-long par 4 that has a large sycamore tree off the tee that forces the tee shot though a narrow chute to one of the widest fairways on the course. The green is reminiscent of those built by Donald Ross, with the crowned putting surface falling off to closely mown areas all around the green. Two good shots on six leave the golfer with an excellent chance at birdie!


Hole # 7: Par 4 (379 Yards)
Number 7 is a short par 4 fraught with trouble. Water runs the entire left side of the hole while bunkers and OB can be found on the right. The green is one of the most undulating on the course. It's not uncommon to hear of someone who finds their putt ending up off the putting surface and in the greenside pond on the left! Accuracy means everything on this hole as aggressive players often end up with a big number!

Hole # 8: Par 3 (202 Yards)
Number 8 is a medium length par 3. The tee shot is all carry over wetlands and the gigantic bunker that protects the right side of the green. Another severely undulating putting surface awaits the golfer who hits the green. Be wary of missing the green long - an up and down from there is impossible!


Hole # 9: Par 4 (340Yards)
Number 9 is a short par 4 that requires a long tee shot over wetlands. The fairway is bordered by a large fairway bunker on the right. The green has several distinct levels and is guarded by a deep bunkers on both the right and left. A good tee shot means a good chance at birdie - a bad one could result in a very big number!



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