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Stephen Hollingsworth

The Importance of the Right Hand Grip in Your Golf Swing

As you learned yesterday in Secret Instruction, there is more than one way to grip the golf club.  While there are several fundamentals to a consistent, stable grip, there are all sorts of variations that facilitate different swing positions and movements.

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How Gaby Lopez Changed Her Grip to Better Compress the Golf Ball

Gaby Lopez knows how to get he most out of her game.  With an extreme emphasis on her physical fitness and getting her body in the best shape it can be on to withstand the stress the golf swing can be on the body, she knows that any edge she can gain physically is worth the extra effort off […]

Elk's Fundamentals to a Solid Grip

The grip, like many aspects of the setup and golf swing, is a higly individualized thing.  You see pros and amateurs the world over grip the club in all different styles and with all different types of grip pressures.  From interlocking to overlapping, strong to weak, and everything in […]

Jason Gore Uses an Intermediate Target to Nail His Alignment

Jason Gore appreciates the importance of the pre-shot routine.  As the all time leader in wins on the Web.com Tour (with 7 wins,) as well as the 2005 84 Lumber Classic on the PGA Tour, he knows that every good shot begins with a consistent setup that gets him positioned correctly to hit the […]

Mr. Burke Explains How Every Good Shot Begins With a Solid Pre-Shot Routine

If you are a fan of any watching any sport on the planet on television, chances are that you have seen a pre-shot routine.  Whether it is a basketball player dribbling a certain number of times and wiping off his forehead in sequence before a free throw, or a pitcher spitting and adjusting […]

Elk Explains How to Get the Most Out of Your Swing With Rhythm and Sequence

If you have ever watched Steve Elkington play- whether live or on television, you will know that rhythm is a key component of his world-class ballstriking.  Regarded as having one of the most rhythmical swings of all time, his already mechanically sound golf swing becomes true poetry in […]

Elk Teaches You How to Improve Your Bunker Play By "Seeing The Eyes Twice"

During his major-championship winning career, Steve Elkington consistently ranked as one of the best bunker players in the world.  In 1995, he won the PGA Championship and the Vardon Trophy (for lowest scoring average on the PGA Tour), and ranked second in bunker play, getting up and down […]

Hit Bunker Shots "Out of the Box" For Consistent Contact

If you are like most people, making consistent contact out of the bunker can be difficult.  You have probably heard that you are not supposed to make contact with the ball; that you hit the sand, and the sand in turn lifts the ball out of the bunker.  This image, however, still doesn't help […]

Jason Dufner's Bunker Essentials

Jason Dufner knows a thing or two about the game of golf.  Having won 5 times on the PGA Tour including the 2013 PGA Championship, he has developed a reputation as one of the most consistently solid ballstrikers on any tour.

Jackie Burke's Basics of Solid Sand Bunker Play

Sand bunker shots can be one of the most daunting shots in golf.  With drastic changes required to the setup, swing, and impact positions, the shot out of a sand trap requires a lot of conditions to be met to work correctly.

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