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5 Tips for a Better Tee Shot - Even if You Don't Have Much Golfing Experience

Posted 11 months ago
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From choosing the right equipment to refining core techniques
5 Tips for a Better Tee Shot -- Even if You Don't Have Much Golfing Experience

Improve your 'lag' for a more dynamic swing

Posted 4 years ago
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Focusing on the transition into the downswing

Get It Together

Posted 5 years ago
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A good swing sees the arms and the body work together to create a fluent, repeating motion.
Get It Together - Keith Williams

If You Slice - Read This

Posted 5 years ago
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Many have heard about the importance of swinging on an inside path, but believe they have to whip the club way inside the line at the start of the backswing.
If You Slice - Read This

Logical Golf - Lesson 14

Posted 5 years ago
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Use the right-hand swish drill to fine-tune your sense of rhythm
Logical Golf - Robert Baker

Logical Golf - Lesson 13

Posted 5 years ago
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Why the right shoulder must work 'under’
Logical Golf - Robert Baker

Logical Golf - Lesson 12

Posted 5 years ago
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How fancy footwork enables you to 'fire’ the right side
Logical Golf - Robert Baker

Logical Golf - Lesson 11

Posted 5 years ago
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How to Tiger-ise your swing
Logical Golf - Robert Baker

Logical Golf - Lesson 10

Posted 5 years ago
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The perfect example of generating energy with the body 'core'
Logical Golf - Robert Baker

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