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  1. Usually, when I find that my swing in out of sync, I go back to hitting balls on the practice tee with my feet together. And, almost always, the drill results in pure shots. So, my questions are, what is it about this drill that works so well? What positive aspects of the golf swing are resulting from this exercise? And, most importantly, how do I take those aspects and apply them to a standard set-up position and golf swing? Thanks, group!!! Always wanting to learn more!!! Bill
  2. Just wanted to share a ~1 hour interview with PGA Tour winner and Impact Zone Golf founder Bobby Clampett. Interview covers his playing days, what he learned as a CBS announcer, then his comments on some current swings and his passion for instruction and the golf swing Soundcloud link - https://t.co/BvosQ344cJ
  3. I've been struggling lately reconciling two pieces of advice that I'm sure all of us have heard at one point or another: 1. Hit down on your irons to improve your strike, launch the ball, compress the ball, etc. 2. Hit up with your driver to maximize your carry, minimize spin, etc. For whatever reason I seem to be getting into a rut, stuck between these ideas. If I focus on hitting up on the driver, I notice I start hitting everything in the bag thin, stop taking divots (although I've always been more of sweeper), and stop controlling my distances. If I focus on hitting down on m
  4. Is anyone using or working on the Leadbetter A Swing? I started trying it to try and work on eliminating my blocks and blocked fades. I have been working on it and have developed a hook. Any advice from people working on this swing would be appreciated.
  5. I had a lesson with Monte Scheinblum on Friday and got great shaft lean and lag by trying as hard as possible to dump it all! Check it out
  6. I have been shooting some video interview with Monte Scheinblum down in Orange County for a new show I'm doing and he has some really wild ideas about how people can get better. Check it out Here is part 1 (concentrated on LAG) https://youtu.be/7j3TjGVUHxo Part 2 (all about "Over the Top") Part 3 (about Johnny Miller and the Mental Game) Thanks Guys Hope you enjoy them, more coming soon
  7. 5 Question with GolfTEC Vice President of Instruction and Education and Master PGA Professional Andy Hilts For the past 20 years, GolfTEC has been training and educating golfers globally from Denver to Tokyo. Our very own Mr. Theoo is a GolfTEC student and the progression his game over the last year is a testament to what GolfTEC strives to accomplish with it's players. It's very exciting to have the opportunity to do a 5 questions with GolfTEC Vice President of Instruction and Education and Master PGA Professional, Andy Hills, to learn a little more of what's made GolfTEC the su
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