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60 Second Fix: Keeping Your Arms Soft to Generate More Swing Speed

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Sometimes the idea of keeping a loose grip can be a bit misleading. In fact, in order to swing the club fast, you have to have some pressure in your grip to ensure you’re holding the club securely. The key is keeping your arms soft which when combined with a secure grip can help you generate some more speed in …

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How to Get Your Arms and Body Synchronized for a Better Golf Swing

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Power and directional control (things we all want to have in our golf swing) both heavily rely on properly syncing up the arms and the body. So if you find yourself with an inconsistent flight path relative to your target, chances are the culprit is that synchronization between your arms and body simply isn’t there. Here are some drills you …

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How Close Should You Stand to the Golf Ball

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As golfers, we like to pay attention to the details. Most players know that their success or failure in this game largely depends on how well they manage the small fundamentals that make up the golf swing. So, if you get the little things right, the big things should take care of themselves. The ‘small fundamental’ that we are going …

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Clearing Your Hips for a More Consistent and Powerful Golf Swing

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The quest for most power is nearly universal in the game of golf. From beginners on up to professionals, nearly everyone would like to hit the ball farther. When you hit longer shots, you are able to use shorter clubs, and hopefully set yourself up for lower scores. It doesn’t always work out that way, but the vision in most …

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My “Pitch Perfect” Backup Plan to Get a Bad Round Back on Track

Ed DiTusa Golf Instruction, Swing Coach Leave a Comment

The alarm goes off at 5am, coffee is ready and you’re out the door by 5:15 to make your 6am tee time. Pre-round warmup routine complete and you’re standing on the first tee ready to make the course call you Daddy today. Driver comes out of the bag and that brand new Titleist is tee’d up nice and high because …