by Kevin Haime, 2000 PGA of Canada Teacher of The Year Winter is inevitable in Canada. Every year like clockwork courses are prepped for their four month hibernation under a blanket of snow and golfers […]
Kevin Haime, the 2000 PGA of Canada Teacher of the Year, shows you the common mistakes in hitting pitch shots and how you can improve.
by Gord Percy, PGA of Canada Head Professional, Carleton G&YC Early in the year we might miss a few extra greens. This means coping with and achieving success out of poor/buried lies around the edges […]
by Pam Leblanc LPGA Class “A” Teaching Professional Ben Hogan, one of the greatest golfers in the history of the game believed, “the average golfer is entirely capable of building a repeating swing and breaking […]
2000 PGA of Canada Teacher of the Kevin Haime has a little advice to share when it comes to your driver set-up.
By Jason Helman, PGA of Canada 2010 National Teacher of The Year Director of Instruction, The Academy at Wyndance GC Flexibility, Mobility, or Stability? One of these things is not like the other. Which one is […]
By Kevin Haime, CPGA Teaching Professional, www.kevinhaime.com When it comes to which shot is the toughest in golf for the average player it is no contest. You can talk all you want about long irons […]