Tag Archive: angle of attack

Golf Mystery-The Correct Way To Take A Divot

What is the correct way to take a divot? Let’s start by saying you do not want to take a divot with your woods or long irons.

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Golf Shot Trajectory- Angle of Attack

Your golf shot trajectory is determined by the loft of the golf club you have selected and the angle that your golf swing produces

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Golf Instruction- Your Golf Swing Plane Revisited

I think it is time to revisit your golf swing plane. I recently received an email from a confused golfer and think that many of you may have the wrong idea

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Golf Instruction- Memorial Day Tips

Memorial day marks the start of the golf season for most golf courses especially for the courses in the north that have finally escaped the long winter

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Golf Lesson- More on Swing Plane

I know I spend a lot of time talking about your set up, but it is a direct influence on your swing plane. To review, your swing plane is the angle

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Golf Lesson- No More Fat Golf Shots

In the last post I discussed what to do to correct a topped golf shot. Today we will discuss the opposite golf shot, one that is hit fat. Nothing can be worse than hitting a great drive and then hitting your next golf  shot fat, short of the green. This shot effects both good and [...]

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Golf Lesson- Stop Topping the Ball

Everyone, especially an average golfer has topped the golf ball sending in dribbling down the fairway

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Golf Lesson- In a Sand Trap, Help!!!

Once you learn the proper technique in hitting a bunker shot you will understand the Bobby Jones quote I opened this post with.

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Golf Lesson- Trouble Shots

Your primary focus, in facing a trouble shot, is to extricate yourself from the situation and in doing so progress the ball toward the hole

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Golf Lesson- The Pitch Shot

The pitch shot is similar to a chip shot in set up but that is where the similarities end.

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