Are you ready to know more about ball flight than 99% of the golf instructors out there? If so, read this lesson and prepare to be the smartest guy on the range.
Everyone wants to bomb their drives and spin their wedges back. In the third installment of our Ball Flight series, Spin, we give you all the the information you’ll need to do both.
Why does the ball curve? In today’s post we answer that question, clear up all the bad ideas that are out there, and give you the tools to diagnose your ball flight.
If you want to change your ball flight, you need to understand it. Today, PluggedInGolf.com brings you the first piece of that puzzle: start direction.
Alignment seems like the easiest fundamental in the world, but it’s not. In this lesson, Matt offers a simple process to help you develop tour-caliber aim.
Among the many differences between hackers and pros is the way they practice. Upgrade your practice with this simple practice station.
How many gears does your swing have? More importantly, which one is your best? In this lesson, Matt Saternus teaches you to use all your gears to maximize distance, accuracy, and consistency.
Some claim that counter weighting (or counter balancing or back weighting) can help golfers hit the ball straighter, longer, and make more putts. But what is it?
During a round of golf, you will spend less than 2 minutes swinging the club. What are you doing with the rest of that time?
The shift towards big putter grips has been one of the most prevalent equipment stories of the last couple years. The question is: should you try one?