Unless you’re one of the experts giving these lessons, you could probably use a little help with your golf game. The weekend is coming and that means it’s time to play some golf! It also means it would be in your best interest to brush up on your game or face the consequences and ridicule from the other members of your foursome.
Fret not, hackers, duffers and less-than-good golfers of the world, Back9Network is here to help. This week’s Performance Friday comes courtesy of PGA professional Josh Zander.
Uphill Bunker Shot
“Play the ball slightly forward of center, get your shoulders almost into the slope and have your hands a little forward. Don’t expect much follow through as you’re hitting into the slope. Realize that the slope is actually adding loft to the club.”
Fading and Drawing the Golf Ball
“On a fade, I want my clubface closed relative to the target. On a draw, I want my clubface open relative to the target. The clubface dictates where the ball starts.”
Maintaining Good Posture
“It is only important to maintain your posture if you’re someone who has a flatter or one-plane golf swing.”
The Grip and Ball Flight
“Your grip has the most influence on your clubface and your clubface is the most important thing when it comes to direction control.”
Check back every Friday for a new batch of the best golf tips on the web to help you get ready for the weekend. May your drives be straight and your tales be tall.
Performance Friday Archive:
– Performance Friday: PGA Professional Jeff Symmonds
– Performance Friday: Team Titleist’s Andrew Hall
– Performance Friday: Tips From Team Titleist
– Performance Friday: Callaway Golf Tips
– Performance Friday: PGA Professional Rob Labritz
– Performance Friday: Ignition Golf’s Paul Wilson
– Performance Friday: PGA Professional Derek Hooper