For the past couple of years the golf world has been bitten by the swing plane bug. I want you to take a few minutes of your time and go on a journey with me. I am going to explain to you what swing plane means and how you can apply it to your golf swing.
I want you picture a Ferris wheel and a merry-go-round sitting side by side at the practice facility. Now I want you to picture yourself standing next to them hitting practice balls. I am going to turn both of them on as you begin to hit balls. Every 10-15 balls or so I want you to turn take a look at the merry-go-round and then go back to hitting more balls. After 10-15 more balls I want you to turn and take a look at the Ferris wheel for a few minutes and then go back to hitting some more balls...
Continue reading this golf lesson here: What is the correct Swing Plane?
The Fantom Putter is one of the three members of the new line of white putters from Pinemeadow Golf. It shows some similarities to the TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost ('Ghost' for short) putter but has a couple of attributes that, in my opinion, makes it superior to the Ghost.
Continue reading here: Review of the Pinemeadow Fantom Putter
GigaGolfs' newest driver, the Z4 Ti Driver, arrived at our office for review equipped with the optional Grafalloy Pro Launch Red shaft (more on that below) and the standard Sensatec VX grip. First impression when taking it out of the box was 'Wow, Darth Vader has arrived - on a stick'...
Continue reading here: Review of the GigaGolf Z4 Ti Driver
Here's some great pointers on how to get your ball out of a fairway bunker and get you back on the fairway. This tip from PurePoint Golf gives solid pointers with easy to remember hints. Like all of our other videos, these Lessons are sure to shave strokes off your game. How do we know that this will improve your game? Watch the video to see what were talking about!
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