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  1. Fix Your Slice with the Tee Drill



    If you are slicing the ball, itís important for you to work on the direction the club is traveling into the ball. If the club is coming too far from the outside or inside, itís impossible to consistently start the ball on target and hit fairways. The Tee Drill will provide you with a good visual for how the club should travel into impact.

    To set it up, you will need 10 tees. Create ...
  2. Settling Into the Setup



    Next time you are watching a tour event on television, pay close attention to how they walk into their shot. Many amateurs have the bad habit of taking a few practice swings next to the ball and then stepping into the shot. Conversely, the best players in the world take their practice swings behind the ball, then walk into the shot from behind. This makes it a lot easier to align yourself ...
  3. The Hitting Station



    How many people hitting balls at your driving range have clubs on the ground to assist their alignment as they practice? I would guess itís a pretty meager percentage. If you were to look at the driving range at a PGA Tour event, it would be a different story. Even the best players in the world use alignment rods and clubs on the ground to check and confirm proper alignment. The next time you ...
  4. The Tee Drill



    Try the Tee Drill to test your grip. Take your grip and have a friend stick a tee in the base of the ĎVí formed by the thumb and forefinger on each hand. Look at where the tees are pointing. First, you should make sure they are both pointing the right direction. Once you have them in the same direction, check out where they line up relative to the grip. If you are a slicer, get the tees to line up ...
  5. Putting Drills