Instruction: Shift Talk – Pressure VS Weight

March 21, 2017 0
This week the Golf Science Lab podcast with Cordie Walker tackles a very misunderstood term in golf instruction (by both students and instructors) – the difference between “Weight Shift” versus “Pressure Shift”. Due to the […]

How To Play A Short Bunker Shot

February 9, 2017 0
For this #ThrowBack we decided to dig through our instruction archives. We found this beauty from 2011 where PGA of Canada member Kevin Haime provides his take on how you should play a short sand […]

Your Phone Is A Smart Play For Your Golf

September 1, 2016 0
This year in a feature on “Toys & Tech”, PGA pro Kevin Haime highlighted various tools (some very common ones) that we can use to help our golf game.  This was one of them from […]

Put Some Rhythm in Your Putting

August 17, 2016 0
One of my favourite simple training aids is a simple coin placed in the cavity of a putter or on top of a mallet styled putter head. The idea is to swing your putter without allowing […]

You Want To Swing Faster…But How?

May 25, 2016 0
I love Ottawa this time of year. Every spring I reconnect with so many golf friends and clients and many of them find their way to my lesson tee. It’s these early lessons that remind […]

Make The Most Of Missed Shots

June 16, 2015 0
by Kevin Haime, PGA of Canada, Kevin Haime Golf Centre I’m spending a lot of time these days working with my high performance coaching juniors. For the most part these are junior golfers with a […]

How to Have Success from Greenside Rough

May 26, 2015 0
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 […]

Two Important Fundamentals

May 13, 2015 0
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 […]
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