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3 Speeds. 3 Drivers
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3 Speeds. 3 Drivers

There’s extra-stiff, stiff, regular, and light…or senior flex. We know these as the different shaft flexes offered in golf clubs. Most notably everyone wants to talk shaft flex when it comes to their driver, and everyone wants to talk their swing speed when it comes to selecting a flex. Sure that is an important variable,...

GHQ Lesson Tee: Uneven Lies
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GHQ Lesson Tee: Uneven Lies

One of the most frequent questions I get asked from students is how to play a shot when the ball is below or above your feet, or if you encounter a side-hill lie. The reason this is such a popular issue among players of all types is because it’s something we rarely practice, if ever....

Be a Better Student
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Be a Better Student

Just like every other profession, sport, or activity there are good and bad instructors. In golf there are world renowned swing coaches that are household names who win all the awards and accolades. There are also some great ones that you have never heard of. And as far as the pretty crappy ones, unfortunately you...

Restore Your Speed
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Restore Your Speed

Speed is king and distance is the great equalizer in golf. The always analytical Bryson DeChambeau thought he needed to get longer off the tee to better compete on tour. Even though he was already in the top-20 in driving distance and has 5 wins on the PGA Tour. So in the offseason he gained...

5 Things Every Amateur Should Stop Doing
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5 Things Every Amateur Should Stop Doing

There are many things amateur and novice golfers need to improve on of course, but it isn’t always swing related or something technical from a lesson. A lot of the decisions you make on the course contribute to a high score just as much as a bad fundamental. Here are the top 5 things you...