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  • Required Drill for an Effortless, Beautiful, Crisp Short GameThe great George Knudson had a drill that he required all his juniors to perfect. You place one end of a small piece of string under your belt on your lead hip and hold the other end against the grip of your club. The goal is to be able to make a semi-follow through without […]
  • SAMI - One Piece Takeaway Stay Connected in Your Takeaway for More Reliable ShotsAt the Golf School we often find that a person’s golf swing is a cascade of events, like dominos. If your swing starts poorly, it usually ends poorly. Alternatively, if you start with a great takeaway it sets you up for success throughout the rest of your swing. If you follow @TourStrikerGolf on Instagram you’ve […]
  • The PIzza Slice Eliminate Randomness in Your Club Face with the Pizza SliceAre you struggling to control your club face at impact and getting inconsistent distance? This happens to good players and beginners alike.  No matter how you get there, if you’re standing up at impact and losing the Pizza Slice, it’s going to be a lot harder to control the face of the club.  Even worse, […]
  • Tour Striker SAMI for Structural Awareness Long Arms for Consistency‘FEELS’ come from ‘GOOD FUNDAMENTALS.’ ‘GOOD FUNDAMENTALS’ come from awareness. The Tour Striker S.A.M.I. gives you an awareness unlike any other training aid. Know if you’re over swinging in your backswing. Know if you’re keeping your arms long. Know if you’re transporting the right angles. The structural awareness created by being able to connect different […]
  • A Star is Born with the SAMIYou don't always know or realize how much you are bending your elbows in your swing. When someone first clips on the SAMI and practices a few chip shot swings, the first reaction is them hearing how much the SAMI winds (the audible noise when the SAMI extends and retracts) on both the back swing […]
  • Pitch Shot Refinement using the SAMIOne of the first things I do at the golf school is clip on a SAMI (Structural Awareness Motion Instrument). The reason is because it's so easy to forget what the arms are doing that we end up compensating for a poor shot with our hands. When was the last time you thought about taking […]