LONG GAME

Explore and extensive library of topics whether off the tee and from the fairway.

Share
  • Face to Path

    3 items

    Understanding the relationship of your club’s face and your club’s path is a key step to understanding why the ball starts on a particular line. Plus, having command of fate and path opens up a whole new exciting world of ball sleigh capabilities. So, let’s get to it.

  • Forward Shaft Lean

    8 items

    In this playlist, we’ll focus on Forward Shaft Lean, which means your hands are learning the clubface prior to impact. Great ball strikers have a good amount of FSL. What’s yours and if not enough, let’s identify and improve. So, let’s get to it.

  • Thin & Fat Shots

    20 items

    TOP CULPRITS OF THIN AND FAT & HOW TO FIX
    In this playlist, we’ll focus on less than desirable shots from the fairway. The top culprits are thin and fat shots. Fat means hitting behind the ball. Thin simply means the ball is struck more on the top half which results in a very low squarely ball fl...

  • More Distance from the Fairway

    20 items

    More distance from the fairway means shorter approach shots to the green for more pars chances. If distance is elusive to you, then you’ve come to the right playlist. Let’s get you on track to more distance from the fairway now. So, let’s get to it.

    MORE PARS TIP: Place an impact sticker on your...

  • Reverse Spiners

    5 items

    Are you a Reverse Spiner? This is defined as over swinging where the club’s shaft goes beyond parallel at the top of the swing. This can also result in lower back pain and can greatly effect contact, distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it...

  • Early Extenders

    13 items

    Are you an early extender? an early extender is defined as moving excessively toward the ball at some point during the swing. It also refers to extending your hips or torso too early during the downswing. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Loss of Posture

    5 items

    Do you rise to the penthouse during the backswing or eject out of your seat during the downswing? Loss of posture is defined as moving out of the golf posture range at some point during the swing. If so, let’s examine popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get t...

  • Blocked & Pushed Shots

    1 item

    Do you struggle with blocks, pushes or weak-righters where the ball starts right of the target and stays right or moves even further right with a slice ball slight for a right-handed player? If so, let’s examine popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Pulls & Hooks

    15 items

    Do you struggle with pulls or hooks where the ball start left of the target and stays left or moves even further left with a hook for a right-handed player? If so, let’s examine popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Over the Toppers

    26 items

    Are you an over the topper? Over the top is defined as a swing path that is above the swing plane during the downswing, oftentimes producing a pull, hook, slide or weak-righter. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Casters & Early Releasers

    12 items

    Are you a caster or early releaser? Both are defined as losing your clubs angles during the downswing, effecting launch, distance and direction. A caster throws the club right from the top (during the transition). An early releaser, releases the club’s angles down near the ball, but a tad too ear...

  • Angle Holders

    6 items

    Are you an angle holder? An angle holder is defined as trying to hold your clubs angles during the downswing, effecting launch, distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Chicken Wingers

    25 items

    Are you a chicken winger? This is defined as a bent lead arm through the ball, oftentimes, resulting in pain to that lead arm wrist, forearm or elbow). The chicken wing can greatly effect distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s ...

  • Hang Backer

    15 items

    Are you a hang backer? This is defined as not moving your pressure efficiently to your lead side during the downswing. This can also result in lower back pain and can greatly effect contact, distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let...

  • Driver Impact

    8 items

    In this playlist, we’ll focus on Driver Impact. Where are you consistently striking the ball on the face. Your impact point, plays a key role in where and how far that ball is going. Plus, we’ll cover what can go off and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • LEAN–ROTATE–EXTEND Series

    9 items

    Step 1: BENDS & TILTS - Groove your rotation technique in the back and downswing
    Step 2: STABILIZE - Groove trail and lead hip
    Step 3: LEAN-IN - The Lean-In concept is new to many players. Learn the whys and how to do it.
    Step 4: ROTATION - Groove your rotation technique in the back and downswi...

  • Set-Up Checks for Driver

    5 items

    In this playlist, we’ll focus on your set-up. It truly sets the stage for the entire swing, so it is important to understand each element of the set-up to ensure smooth sailing. What can go off and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Set-up for Driver Launch

    6 items

  • Great BALL STRIKING Series

    15 items

    This More Pars Training focuses on HOW to get better contact from the fairway with my Lean–Rotate–Extend system that works! It’s time to say bye-bye to those worm burners and hello to solid! We will focus on the in-motion variables of the swing. What’s happening throughout the swing that promotes...

  • Off-Center Hits

    3 items

    In this playlist, we’ll focus on contact that is all over the face. So, whether it’s your driver or fairway club, let’s identify what the underlying culprit is so we can create a resolution. Plus, we’ll cover top reasons why it can go off and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Get More Distance Off the Tee

    14 items

    YAH, BABY - GIVE ME MO' DISTANCE NOW. In this playlist, we’ll focus on getting more distance. We’ll take a look at what the Touring Pros and what you can do to incorporate some of that into your game. Plus, we’ll cover what can go off and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Power Leaks & Fixes

    14 items

    There are a collection of common Swing Characteristics that rob power and efficiency. The first step is to identify yours. The second step is to identify a solution.

    1. LOSS OF POSTURE
    2. REVERSE SPINE
    3. SWAYS & SLIDES
    4. FLAT SHOULDER
    5. CASTING
    6. EARLY EXTENSION
    7. CHICKEN WING
    8. HANG BACK
    ...

  • Impact Point

    3 items

    The face of the golf club is what strikes the ball, so doesn’t it make sense that a player should focus on where the club face at the point of impact? The answer is YES. Once you understand the vital importance of center face, your focus and attention will change and your game will improve signif...

  • Strategies for Physical Limitations

    22 items

    For everyday golfers, playing at an elite tour level is not a realistic scenario. The majority spend long periods sitting at a desk, commuting to work and raising a family. Plus, the golf swing is very demanding physically. Tight or deconditioned muscles will affect our efficiency on the course. ...