A Better System For Wedge Shots

March 23, 2010 0
By Kevin Haime, CPGA Professional, www.kevinhaime.com There’s no question that better players are in the “Birdie Zone” when they have less than a full shot into the green.  Unfortunately, the same thing can’t be said […]

Basic Elements of Putting

March 22, 2010 0
by Gord Percy, CPGA Head Professional, Carleton Golf & Yacht Club Every time I see a top professional putt it reminds me how basic their great putting strokes are.  To have a simple repeating stroke […]

Consistent Pitching

March 22, 2010 0
by Gord Percy, CPGA Teaching Professional The short pitch is one of the most feared shots in golf and it definitely should not be.  There are TWO key fundamentals in hitting pitch shots that must […]

Extra Width For Extra Distance

March 22, 2010 0
by Marc Peterson, CPGA Teaching Professional Just imagine, your standing on the 18th hole on one of the best golf courses, the hole is a par five, there is no trouble off the tee to […]

Putting And Distance Control

March 22, 2010 0
by Paul Aitken, CPGA Professional What frustrates me most when playing golf is making a couple of great shots on a hole only to finish it with a 3-putt.  Putting is usually one of the […]

Escaping From The Fried Egg

March 22, 2010 0
by Gord Percy, CPGA Head Professional When most golfers realize that they have a buried lie in the sand trap their anxiety levels rise with the fear that they will not be able to get […]

What’s Different When I Hit Driver?

March 22, 2010 0
by Gord Percy, CPGA Head Professional Invariably during a lesson most professionals hear the axiom that “I can hit my irons but not the driver”.  This may be figuratively true but most people don’t realize […]

Shifting Instead Of Turning

March 22, 2010 0
by Marc Peterson, CPGA Teaching Professional Many golfers suffer from a swing technique that sees them sway or shift their weight to the outside of their back foot during their backswing.  In trying to avoid […]

Getting Out Of Trouble

March 22, 2010 0
by Paul Aitken, CPGA Professional As golfers, we know that it is virtually impossible go through a round without hitting your ball into some kind of trouble.  The key to scoring the best that you […]

Practicing

March 22, 2010 0
by Paul Aitken, CPGA Professional, Timber Ridge Golf Course Anyone who plays golf has a friend or knows someone who shows up to the course five minutes before his or her tee time and rushes […]

Start With The Right Posture

March 22, 2010 0
by Chris Schreiber, CPGA Head Professional The starting position as viewed from behind the golfer or “down the line” is referred to as posture.  Proper posture is essential for consistency as it establishes proper angles […]

Are your clubs LIE…ING to you?

March 22, 2010 0
by Marc Peterson, CPGA Professional You want the possibility of improving your game without making any swing change?  How many of you have considered your lie angle as a simple way to improve your game?  […]

Is Your Putter Right For You?

March 22, 2010 0
by Paul Aitken, CPGA Professional, Timber Ridge GC When golfers are asked what club they would like to have custom fitted most of them say the driver.  In fact very few people choose their putter […]

Club Fitting 101

March 22, 2010 0
by Gord Percy, CPGA Head Professional, Carleton Golf & Yacht Club Club fitting is a process to help an individual find the specifications and type of equipment that will enable them to play and improve […]
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