Instruction with ShotVision: A second part in our series with J.B. Holmes on using your driver. This instruction teaches you how to draw the ball.
A GolfTEC Player polishes his backswing with GolfTEC Certified Personal Coach Dusty Oakwood, learning how to rotate more in the arms and the hips. Coach Oakwood also goes over the game plan for sequential lessons.
Stephanie Meadow, along with instructor Colby Huffman, displays a drill that helps to maintain an in-sync downswing.
Instructor Gary Gilchrist shows how pupil Morgan Hoffmann is able to generate so much club head speed due to his "powerful setup."
Instructor Colby Huffman and student Stephanie Meadow demonstrate a simple 3-ball drill that will help improve putting touch.
Morgan Hoffmann and instructor Gary Gilchrist discuss a method to train yourself into more effective drawing or fading of the golf ball.
Michigan teaching pros Dave Kendall and Lynn Janson share their methods for creating a more balanced backswing.
Top Michigan teaching pro Lynn Janson shares a tip that will help with your short-range chipping.
IJGA director of training Colby Huffman and student Stephanie Meadow demonstrate drills to help create a smooth, in-synch downswing.
IJGA director of training Colby Huffman and student Stephanie Meadow demonstrate drills to improve putting feel, the swing plane, and the first move away from the ball.
Take a look at Jhonattan Vegas' swing, winner of the 2011 Bob Hope Classic. Swing video from 1/4/2011 (Video courtesy Kevin Kirk, The Woodlands Golf Performance Center).
A medicine ball and reflector stick can improve the rotation and pivot in your golf swing.
Every great shot begins with a pre-shot routine. Suzy is back this week to help develop a formula that works for you.
One of the tougher aspects of the game starts right from the beginning, lining up. Suzy's back with a tip that will help you correct your alignment.
Are you constantly sending your ball to the right no matter how far left you aim? One cause could be that you've developed a reverse pivot, and guess what? Suzy has the fix!
A situation that happens way more than we'd like, your ball stops on an incline. Suzy has an easy solution that will help you achieve more consistent, and favorable, shots from these seemingly difficult lies.
When you're having a tough day (or a great day) on the course, the last thing you need is controversy on relief from a cart path. Suzy sets things straight so you have at least one less thing to worry about.
Suzy Whaley simplifies the not-so-simple shots around the green in this week's Swing Tips.
Do you enjoy a good healthy ball flight? Sure, we all do. Ever wonder why your ball flight never looks like your playing partner's? This edition of Swing Tips teaches the importance of wrist hinge, and how it will get more power and better ball flight in your swing.
The only place chicken wings should be enjoyed is in your backyard, not on the golf course. Let Suzy help you take care of that chicken-winged finish by getting your hands in front of the club.
If you find that you hit your woods better than your irons, it could be that the club face is closed on the takeaway. Suzy can fix that.