Hitting pitch shots.

When hitting pitch shots you can really alter the trajectory and spin of the shot using the same club. The first is a standard pitch with the ball slightly back of middle in the stance and the shaft is leaning forward slightly. This is a mid trajectory shot with some spin. The second is placed more towards the front of the stance, the shaft is basically vertical, and the clubface is set very open. This produces a high shot with a lot of spin. The third is placed way back in the stance behind my right foot with the shaft learning very hard forward (hands way ahead) this produces a low shot with little spin.

 

Rules : What to do if your ball lands on cart path

Here is a short video of Pro Russell Grove explaining the rules for when your ball lands on the cart path.

 

 

Fixing a Slice

Here is a quick video on how to fix a slice.

 

Techniques for Junior Golfers

Here is a quick video on a fun game when teaching juniors.

Fixing a Ball Mark

Here is a quick video on how to fix a ball mark.

Solid Short Iron Shot

Here is a quick video on how to hit a solid short iron shot.

Proper Grip

Here is a quick video on how to properly grip the club with your left hand (right handed players).

Read the Green with Water!

Here is a quick video on how to visual the amount of break to play simply by using a bucket of water…