Seal Training

Seal Training

This was going to be a long inspirational talk about training and how most golfers do not practice correctly. Those of you who have trained with us lately know what we’re talking about. The golf ball presents a problem which requires special forms of training in order for your golf swing to change….there is no […]

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Play the Golf Course on the Driving Range

Play the Golf Course on the Driving Range

Struggling to take your driving range swing to the golf course? It’s a common complaint among golfers. “But I hit it so great on the range. Why can’t I do that on the course?” Sound familiar? Swings on the range and play on the course are 2 very different things. On the course, you’re not […]

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Camera Alignment & Plane
What IT Takes

What IT Takes

by: B. J. Hathaway   Those of you who’ve taken live lessons from me know that I constantly encourage practice as an absolute necessity for seeing real improvement in golf swings. Some may even say that I’m a bit of a hard case on this matter so I would like to share some words from […]

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Hogan's clubs show heavy pracice from 1953.

Practice, Practice

by: B. J. Hathaway Joe decides he needs to add some muscle to his skinny frame and joins the gym. He reads all the latest fitness mags, hired a personal trainer and even bought the 10 pound tub of weight gain powder.  Joe however only goes to the gym one time a week for 30 […]

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The 400% Rule

The 400% Rule

by: B. J. Hathaway Joe has been feeling ill for the last two weeks with a persistent cough, fever and headaches and makes an appointment with a physician. During the appointment the doctor performs a thorough exam along with many questions about his symptoms, lifestyle, diet and then determines the source of the illness. He […]

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Benefits of Slow Motion Practice

Benefits of Slow Motion Practice

by: B. J. Hathaway Ben Hogan was noted for using slow motion swings as part of his practice routine evidenced by a video demonstration he did on a beach while visiting a friend in Florida. Martial arts and other sports along with musicians and mathematicians have long used this form of training, but why would […]

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The Bungee Effect

The Bungee Effect

by: B. J. Hathaway   Golf can be very mysterious sometimes can’t it?  You head over for a golf lesson because you’re tired of your slice or some other poor shot and you’re ready for a change. You see video of your swing and get a clear and logical explanation of the fault and how […]

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Practice Frequently, Not Longer

Practice Frequently, Not Longer

Practice makes perfect, right? Well, not if you’re doing it wrong. To improve your golf game, it’s important to take time to work on problem areas, master what you’re already good at and retain what you’ve learned. But, it’s how you go about your practice – in this case the duration and frequency – that […]

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Golf’s Other Dirty Word

Golf’s Other Dirty Word

by: B.J. Hathaway Supposedly it’s bad lack to even speak golf’s most notorious dirty word, the s***k and I suppose writing it could bring down the wrath of the golf gods. But alas there is another dirty word, a word so foul among some golfers that the mere utterance brings a scowl or instant change […]

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