As stated in the video, this exercise will give us feedback on how our club is interacting with the sand. With a little awareness we all can correct our shots immediately and get up and out, every time!
Knock Down Shots
When the winds get up this is a great weapon to combat it. Most importantly, take some more club swing easier, deloft the club and don't take a divot.
Club Path Towel Drill
This drill is going to give us a feeling of "connectedness." How this will translate to your golf swing if the path your club is taking at impact. Ideally you want that club travelling at target at impact.
It is so important to nail those 3 and 4 footers when we are out on the golf course. These putts save shots and control emotion, give this drill a try and see if you can bury a few more.
Club Path on TrackMan
If you have access to the technology of TrackMan (we do at Deer Ridge!) This is a great place to start working on your swing. My mantra when teaching often is "Club Path is King."
This excercise is the perfect way to get into the perfect posture that we need to be successful in the golf swing. At the beginning of each year we should be very concious of this so that we get can start on the right foot.
Within this video there are three key positions we need to focus on in order to hit those great feeling pure iron shots. Have your hips fired through, spine tilted away from the target and hands ahead of the ball at impact.
This video will give you a new way to think about high soft shots around the green. It describes an alternative method to the high speed, high risk, flop shot.