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  • Deliver a Reliable ClubfaceOver the years, you might have gotten in the habit of getting over the top of your swing. This forces you to rapidly shallow the club in the last second in order to make contact with the ball. What’s worse is you might have all these bad habits and not even know it. The purpose of the […]
  • Create More Structure in Your SwingThe best players in the world practice with the Smart Ball. When you place the Smart Ball between your elbows as you swing your club, you’re taking the range of motion away from your elbows. When you limit range of motion in one part of your body, you have to compensate with increased motion in another […]
  • Magic MoveThe best golfers all have one thing in common... The face of their club is slightly turned down at P6. This is THE critical position just before impact, the Magic Move. Most golfers' clubface is tipped upward. If that's the case for you, you likely struggle to get the club face square.
  • Meat and Potatoes DrillIf you have the PlaneMate then you’ve already learned how to properly shallow the golf club. The next step is to move onto the short band and practice your scoring pitch shots. Do this drill to become fantastic with your wedges. Use the short band on a wedge with your PlaneMate and focus on your radius as you hit […]
  • Waggle Your Way to Better GolfThe best golfers know that those few moments before a swing are about staying loose and priming a feeling in your wrists. The waggle is a classic way to loosen up! Martin demonstrates the waggle as a feeling of transition in his wrists from address position to impact position. You can clearly see and hear the transition of […]
  • Simple Drill to Deliver a Strong ClubfaceThe key move to hitting great shots is letting the clubface get stronger as you unwind. Leaving the clubface open or flipping your wrists can lead to unpredictability. A strong clubface in your downswing, means you don’t have to try to flip your wrists at the bottom to square the club. The Tour Striker Educator […]
  • The Most Efficient Way to Swing your Golf ClubThe key to having an efficient golf swing is understanding where your arms are from set up to downswing. The distance between your elbows should stay about the same throughout your swing. Many swing faults happen as a result of your elbows getting further apart. Eric Cogorno explains how to keep equal distance between your elbows with the […]
  • The Best Golf Training AidAli Taylor doesn’t do a lot of training aid reviews… There are a lot of training aids out there, but most of them are just average.  The difference between an average training aid and the best training aids, how it translates to the course.  If you can take the feedback you learned while you used the […]
  • Develop Your Golf SwingThe PlaneMate comes with 3 bands that can be used in a variety of ways to help develop a great golf swing. A lot of golfers pop up as they swing, causing the pelvis to invade the area that the club and grip live. Wearing an aim stick around your waist gives great feedback because […]
  • Rotate and Elevate DrillThe following scenario will probably feel familiar to a lot of recreational golfers… You’re standing over the golf ball, preparing to hit a shot. Then, the very first move you make in your backswing is a retraction. Your trail arm withdraws, kinda like you’re about to elbow a pickpocket that’s trying to steal your wallet […]