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 Archive of Online Classes & Webinars

Your Archive of Online Classes & Webinars

We tape our lessons and post them in this section.  Learn at your own convenience or join us live for any of our classes and ask questions directly to our professionals.

Next week's schedule July 22nd Bobby Lopez on
"How to Select the Right Club for Chipping."

Very Special Guest on the 29th Dr. Paul G. Schempp
Performance Matters, Inc

Just a reflection of how well you performed on the rest of your golf swing? There are teachers like Randy Henry that teach the golf swing from the follow through back. 

Randy claims that you must achieve going to a balanced position.  Balance isn't a thing to do, it's a place to go!

The moment of truth.  Like Hogan said,, "you can't play golf if you don't know where your club face is." 

Trials with the Trackman launch monitor proves that 84% of the flight of your golf ball is directly related to the position of your club face at impact.

The ball is going to pay attention to your down swing path, angle of attack and the club face once it gets to impact. 

In the most simple terms, all the ball wants to know is "where did the golf club come from and where was it when it got there."

A controlled proper back swing makes everything else in the swing easier.  A proper back swing on plane will make an on plane down swing easier to perform.

Get off to a good start on your golf swing.  Nicklaus was extremely carefull and cognizant what he called the first 18 inches of his sswing.

Accomplished teaching professional talking about the golf club path.

Winner of the Nation PGA Apprentice Championship.  Very interesting interview.

Owner of Golf Mind RX. for the mental part of golf.   “I just want to be more CONSISTENT!” is what amateur golfers wish for most. Amazingly, any golfer can recite the parts of their game that are VERY consistent; situations where things go wrong and situations where they play their best.

Dean Snell was the designer of the Titleist V1.  Dean also designed the Taylor Made TP golf ball.  You will learn a lot about golf balls.

Long ball expert.  Increase your drives!  

Mind Side mental sports psychologist.  Don’t worry! By utilizing the custom tools and strategies Bhrett customizes to fit your situation, you will be able to unlock unshakeable confidence and belief in knowing you are prepared for greatness!

Tips and comments right from the tournament  Interview with the Head Professional of the host golf course.

Interview with Wayne Player, Gary Player's son. Great insider insight on golf at any level

Is there weight transfer in the down swing?  Get the truth that will help your game.

Build a consistent repeatable pre-shot routine like Jack Nicklaus.  Darren deMaille hosts as past teaching professional for Jack for seven years at The Bear's Club.

The club face angle at impact will make a significant difference in your distance.  Lft equals distance.  Ask deChambeau

One of the best golf club designers trusted by touring pros world wide.  Learn whats go into designing a winning putter.  Nicklaus won the 1996 Masters with Clay's design.

What does it mean to swing on plane?  How can I do it?  What pros swing on plane and how do they do it?

Make better decisions on the golf course based on fact through statics

The USGA is threatening to restrict the distance the golf ball will travel.

Interesting putting concept with proven results.

Bryson made significant changes to his golf swing and physique. See the before and after.  Learn how you can make some of the same changes for your swing.

Jennifer King of KZG golf clubs gives us a ton of great facts about golf club fittng and the building of a quality golf sclub.

Our Darren deMaille, PGA Pro does an excellent presentation on the concepts of putting.

Some of the drills Tiger does for bunker play may surprise you.  Great topic that is not covered enough.

Here's some good tips on hitting golf shots from uneven lies. Up hill, down hill, side hill.

Your most important club you'll buy is your driver, then your putter, than your wedges. Here's some great tips on how to select the right wedge for your golf game.

High steep wide arc for long and high drives.

Great example of an open face position that requires significant movement in the hands to salvage a square impact vs. a closed club ace position that requires less club face movement going to impact.

Get some great golf tips from an veteran college golf coach as well as teaching and playing professional.

You were destined to be a slicer! Don't blame yourself, it is the way we stand to the golf ball and how the club is designed that causes us to slice.

That dreaded over the top move. Destructive to any golf swing. Get the drill that is guaranteed to get rid of the over the top for good.

It doesn't matter that you don;t have the perfect grip. Your grip does have to match your impact position.

Jordan Speith shows us how foot flare translates to hip rotation and prevention of injury.     

Save strokes around the green with these simple techniques.

What do to when your golf swing falls apart on the golf course. Here's some helpful tips.

When and how should you clear or turn your hips on the down swing? This video might help better understand the process.

Learn how the motion with the legs and knees has changed over the years. Use the legs to push off the ground for power..

You need to have a repeatable disciplined routine to prepare to play golf no matter what your handicap is.

Long ball expert.  Increase your drives!  

When it comes to short putts the ball is going where the club face is pointed.

A question that is asked quite often. What starts the down swing. The arms or the hips. Or, maybe the legs? Find out more by watching this interesting online class.

Balance is not a thing to do, it's a place to go. Hold your balance at the finish of your best shot and memorize where you are so you can repeat it again and again. Golf consistency.

How you hinge your wrist will affect your club face angle. The club face at impact has the maximum affect on ball flight. Like Ben Hogan used to say, you can't play golf if you don't know where your club face is.

How you ignite or start your golf swing is crucial to consistent tempo. Learn some goo drills for improving your consistency through a better take-a-way. Watch Berhard Langer, Jason Dufner, Mat Kuchar and others..

The club face angle at impact will make a significant difference in your distance.  Lft equals distance.  Ask deChambeau

earn how the wrists move in the golf swing with our special guest Jon Sinclair PGA Pro. Learn about extension, flexion, radial deviation, ulnar deviation and rotation. Square the clubs face up better for longer drives.

Get your golf club on plane with this very simple drill. Send us a video of your swing for a free analysis and Quick Fix Drill especially for your swing fault.

Eric Alpenfels PGA pro tells about his in depth studies into putting with his Instinct Putting and practice techniques that carry over to the golf course for lower scores.

Pilots go through a check list. You should do the same with your golf game before every shot. Send us a video of your swing for a free analysis and Quick Fix Drill especially for your swing fault.

Watch this 96 year old golfer still going strong. Never say you're too old to play golf..

Dr. Paul Schempp is a performance expert who provides research-based solutions and proven practices that solve high-performance problems and leadership challenges.

How can you increase distance with your driver without increasing club head speed? Learn how to adjust the screws on your driver, (if you have them) or use a very economical solution.

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Our Darren deMaille, PGA Pro does an excellent presentation on the concepts of putting.

Some of the drills Tiger does for bunker play may surprise you.  Great topic that is not covered enough.

Here's some good tips on hitting golf shots from uneven lies. Up hill, down hill, side hill.

Your most important club you'll buy is your driver, then your putter, than your wedges. Here's some great tips on how to select the right wedge for your golf game.

High steep wide arc for long and high drives.

Great example of an open face position that requires significant movement in the hands to salvage a square impact vs. a closed club ace position that requires less club face movement going to impact.

Get some great golf tips from an veteran college golf coach as well as teaching and playing professional.