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June 2016

How To Improve The Quality Of Your Ball Strike When Pitching

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Practice fairways are a great place to work on your pitching set up without worrying too much about the ball’s proximity to the hole.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Matt Cleverdon the Director of Instruction at the world renowned Kingston Heath Golf Club & Victorian PGA Teacher of the year at Kingston Heath Golf Club, in Melbourne, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • A slight variation to the normal setup to help with the pitch shot
  • Where to place our weight to keep our chest rotating

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Golf Flexibility – Lying Twists for Lower Back

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The importance of flexibility in golf should never be under-estimated.

A flexible body will allow you to really maximise the power and rotation in your golf swing.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed internationally renowned strength and conditioning coach, Alani “Storm” Mala at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort, Sydney, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • An easy drill to massively increase our lower back flexibility
  • How to get a good range of motion in areas that are necessary for the golf swing

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A Great Golf Pre Match Warm Up Routine

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Ideally, we would warm up for our matches by turning up the club an hour early and having a few swings at the nets. Realistically, however, we’re usually hearing our names being called out while we’re still in the parking lot!

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed internationally renowned strength and conditioning coach, Alani “Storm” Mala at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort, in Sydney, Australia where he teaches us:

  • A quick warm up routine to get your blood flowing before practice or a game
  • How to loosen up the legs and glutes for to increase our distance instantly

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How to Improve Your Power For Golf

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Power is the ability to apply force explosively and is an extremely crucial aspect of golf – we want as much power behind our swing as we can get!

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed internationally renowned strength and conditioning coach, Alani “Storm” Mala at the Taylormade Performance Lab at the Melbourne Golf Academy where he teaches us:

  • A drill specifically designed to improve your golf-relevant power
  •  How to get the club head speed high

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How to Improve Your Strength for Golf

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Physical fitness can be a huge asset to your golf game – you just need to know the right way to implement it!

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed internationally renowned strength and conditioning coach, Alani “Storm” Mala at the Taylormade Performance Lab at the Melbourne Golf Academy where he teaches us:

  • A fantastic drill that builds up golf-relevant strength
  • Different levels of difficulty for drills to help tailor the program to the individual

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How To Eliminate The Hook

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Hooking with your driver can be a big problem on the golf course.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed David Milne the two time PGA Teacher of the Year and co-coach of the Indonesian Team at Joondalup Golf Resort, in Perth, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • The two main reasons why hooks tend to occur
  • How to manipulate your body and club face to minimise any negative impacts

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How to Overcome The Stress of a Bad Bounce or Outcome on the Golf Course

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A bad bounce can be very demoralising. Often, after a bad bounce, we let our emotions take over when we hit our next shot.

When emotion is up intelligence goes down and we often make poor decisions and our swing reflects it – often making matters even worse.

Sound familiar?

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Lawrie Montague the former Australian Women’s coach and co-coach of the Indonesian Team at Joondalup Golf Resort, Perth, Australia, where  he teaches us:

  • Why it’s important to avoid being too ambitious after a bad bounce
  • How to get in the right headspace for the shot

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How To Improve Your Pitching Direction Drill

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Many players struggle when pitching to start the ball on line – especially when you have the added pressure of pitching the ball onto the green and getting it as close to the hole as possible).

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Matt Cleverdon the Director of Instruction at the world renowned Kingston Heath Golf Club & Victorian PGA Teacher of the year at Kingston Heath Golf Club, in Melbourne, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • A drill using alignment sticks that will show us where to aim the ball
  • Where to focus on the club face to increase accuracy

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Golf Flexibility – Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch

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The importance of flexibility in golf should never be underestimated.

A flexible body will allow you to really maximise all of your swings.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed internationally renowned strength and conditioning coach, Alani “Storm” Mala at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort, in Sydney, Australia where he teaches us:

  • The importance of the hip flexors when it comes to the golf swing
  • An easy exercise we can do to greatly boost our hip flexibility

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How To Eliminate The Slice

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Slicing the driver is a common problem among a lot of golfers.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed David Milne the two time PGA Teacher of the Year and co-coach of the Indonesian Team at Joondalup Golf Resort, in Perth, Australia,where he teaches us:

  • A drill to help eliminate the slice
  •  To go against our natural tendency to compensate by aiming way to the left

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