Updated 1 year, 8 months ago
Analytic Warm Up
If you're a little bored with the general, 5 minute warm up, try a subtle, detailed version here.
5 Minute Physical Warm Up
Learn this quick 5 minute warm up, to get you ready to hit a bucket of balls.
Practicing At Home
Learn a few simple guidelines on how to practice at home.
Stab The Wall
Use a wall (or chair) to improve your transition sequence and find a key downswing "lag" checkpoint.
Path Training With Rope
A great rope drill for increasing path awareness; can also be combined with release & pivot drills.
Hula Hoop Pivot Training
Use a hula hoop to build a powerful and centered pivot.
Band Resisted Sequence Training
Use an elastic band to improve your pivot, at home or on the range
Rope Swings For Power Source
Use a rope to identify, and train, your power source
Release Elbow Training At Home
Learn how the elbow can be a good reference for both the shoulder and the wrist, and how you can train shoulder movements at home.
Training Your Full Swing Grip At Home
Frequent reps will train your grip faster, but you don't always need a club to do it.
Rope Swinging - Feeling Body Power At Home
Swinging a rope can help your golf swing
Band Presses - Arm Extension To Follow Through
A simple drill for getting a feeling of the arm extension during the release.
Set Up - Home Training
Some simple guidelines for working on your set up at home.
Follow Through - At Home Training
Use feedback at home to help train your ideal follow through position.
Impact - At Home Training
Using short training sessions at home can really help keep your golf swing fresh when you can't get out to the range or get distracted by poor contact or ball flight.
This is a great drill, and exercise, for learning how the trail foot pushes through the ground.
Windmills - Backswing Pivot Training At Home
A simple at home drill for practicing the proper angle for the shoulders to turn around.
Band Resisted Early Extension
Use resistance to increase the sensation of the muscles that help you stay in posture on the downswing.
Band Resisted Backswing Sway
A resisted drill to activate the muscles that help you make a backswing without swaying.
Merry Go Round
Learn how to get in the proper body position for a strong impact
Door Jam - Training Impact Position
One of the easiest ways to figure out where impact should be for you. Find your position of STRENGTH.