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  • Club Face Control for Better GolfFeatured Coach of the Week – Dan Whittaker Coaches around the world have embraced Tour Striker products. In this video, elite UK Coach Dan Whittaker breaks down how he helps his students who struggle with club face control. A great way to break bad habits, is to really feel and understand what your arms are doing throughout […]
  • Upgrade Your GameOne of the best ways to improve this off-season is to create a workout plan. In his IGTV, Coach Jeff Ritter creates a plan for one of his students after discussing the areas of his game he needs to upgrade. The workout focuses on: 1.How the feet connect to the ground 2.The structure of the arms throughout the swing 3.The posture of the body at finish
  • Wrist Conditions for a Better SwingFeatured Coach of the Week – Eric Cogorno   Figuring out what to do with your wrists in a golf swing can be hard to get right. Not because it’s difficult to understand, but because many golfers don’t know what having good wrist conditions is supposed to feel like. In this video, Eric Cogorno teams up with Martin […]
  • Build a Better BackswingFeatured Coach of the Week – Aaron Olson   While all players move a little differently, setting up a solid backswing is the key to having a strong and consistent shot. In this video, part 1 of a 3 part series, Coach Aaron Olson breaks down the motion of the backswing.  Aaron demonstrates proper hip and shoulder rotation using […]
  • Best Training Aid in GolfFeatured Coach of the Week – Ian Frasier and Matt Bois from TXG The Smart Ball is a versatile training aid that establishes a reference point for golfers who don’t know what an effective swing looks or feels like. While there are many ways to use the Smart ball, this video focuses on the management of the club face […]
  • New Featured Coach of the WeekEvery rep you take with the PlaneMate is another opportunity to make the mind to body connection you need to improve your swing. You make this connection by working against the resistance in the bands to feel what you're supposed to do. Alex explains the 4 key moves that he uses the PlaneMate to feel.
  • Build a Solid Punch ShotOne of the most useful shots to have in your “bag”, is the punch shot. As you build a solid punch shot, you’ll be able to properly decelerate the golf club to have more control of the club face. Focus on your strike fundamentals as you work through impact and end at a semi-follow through. […]
  • Improve the Rhythm of your SwingThere’s a variety of shots you need to know in order to play excellent golf. While the situations on the course change, you’ll consistently need rhythm in your swing to make your shot great. When you have good rhythm, it’s easier for the natural momentum of your club to take over, resulting in a more […]
  • Understanding Your BackswingThere’s something that tour pros do that amateur golfers don’t. With the help of Gears, a 3D motion capture and analysis system that we use at the Tour Striker Golf Academy, we’ve noticed, that tour pros have a very consistent amount of lead arm adduction in their backswing. This means, how much their lead arm […]
  • How to Waggle How to WaggleOne of the most common questions to a Tour Pro after a major win is, “Were you nervous when…” It’s hard not to think about all the swing thoughts, all the circumstances, and the what if’s. How you relax and get ready to go can have a major impact on your results. The waggle is […]