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Putt Like You Are Bowling

Have you ever noticed how professionals in other sports are pretty good golfers? This is not by accident. Athletes have one common denominator with other professionals, excellent eye-hand coordination. Bowling is a great example of this statement. Have you ever watched a professional ...



The Putting Triad

In putting, there is a definite correlation between Aim, Speed, Path and Green Reading. If a player lacks the ability to control any one of these variables than he or she will compensate by equally altering another variable. Compensations are difficult to repeat and require a lot of p...



Andy Podolak on Chipping

Andy Podolak teaches golf concepts with a spare, no nonsense delivery. Simplicity and precise word choice makes a lesson with Andy straightforward and understandable. When we talked early this week I asked him what he'd like to work on when we got together at Fire Ridge. Chipping was...



GolfTec Fitting Process for Wedges and Putters

It used to give me enormous pleasure to hit my drive past my friends as the elation derived from a large tee shot was exceeded by few of life's pleasures. Since that pleasure is such a small part of my recent history, there is one event which has moved to the front of the line; making...



Golf Lessons Anyone? - The Sand Shot

First and foremost you need a "Sand Wedge". This club along with your driver and putter are the most valuable clubs in your bag. Not any "sand wedge" will due. You must first ask yourself, "what type of ground and sand will I be hitting off of on a regular basi?" If the ground and...



Relationship between Putting, Chipping and the Full Swing

Let's start with the smallest and most controlled stroke. The days of wrist putting are long gone, if for no other reason than the greens today are much faster and you do not need to hit the ball hard to get it to the hole. Everybody I see now putts with their shoulders. What doe...



The flop shot: Two wrongs make a right

Your approach shot has ended up left of the green, and now you have a greenside bunker between your ball and the hole. With a tight pin location, there isnt a lot of green to work with, and it appears the situation now calls for a flop shot  a rather intimidating play for most amate...



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