Golf Tips for Practicing at Home : Hitting Golf Wiffle Balls: Driver

Ok. Last, but not least our driver. So, got our little home driving range with our plastic wiffle balls. I’m not going to see how I’m hitting the driver. So, usually if I’m not in a good groove I tend to fade or slice the ball more than I would like. So, this is a […]

Golf Pitching & Chipping Tips : Golf Clubs: Nine Irons

O.k. the nine iron; once again we’ve got this shot that’s not a full club of any club, so what club do you use? Well we’re going to explore the use of a nine iron on this segment. So I want you to think about; I can roll the ball up because there’s nothing in […]


– Well welcome back to sunny Naples Florida, Adam Bazalgette here, Two-Time PGA Teacher of The Year award winner. Sunny Naples, we’re gonna talk about how to hit a golf ball, off a downhill lie, a very tough shot. And we’re gonna show you a moderate situation, which is pretty common and then maybe how […]

Golf for Beginners : Golf Ball Positioning

Okay, so now that we’ve worked on alignment. So we kind of know how to be parallel to the line of flight with our feet and all that good stuff. Now, where do you put the ball? Well, for me, with this sand wedge for example I want to have the club so it’s laying […]

Golf for Beginners : Golf: Killing the Ball

Alright, when I was a little bit younger I would be playing some good golf and then for some reason I’d be start trying to kill the ball and when I started to try to kill the ball then the quality of your swing declines. You get a little tense, you’re using too many upper […]

Golf Swing Tempo Tips : Medicus Golf Club Hitting Tips

OK, now we’re going to hit real golf balls with our Medicus club. So once again, what this forces you to do is to focus because one of the things that golf requires more so than most sports is you don’t have to be a great runner, you don’t have to be able to dunk […]

Golf Pitching & Chipping Tips : Golf Clubs: 60 Degree Wedges

OK, we’re going to use the sixty degree wedge in this segment and all that means is that the club is very lofted, it’s a very open face so I going to get the ball high with my shot. So it’s not too windy right now so I feel pretty comfortable hitting a high shot […]

Golf Chipping & Pitching : Choosing Golf Clubs for Pitching

Okay, so here you are faced with this chip shot up to fifty yards and then however big the green is. So in this example here, we’ve got sand traps and things in front of you. So you want to, if the pin is at the back, you can use a less lofted club because […]

Golf Tips for Practicing at Home : Golf Wiffle Balls Practice Tips

OK, so plastic golf balls, these things are great. They also have Nerf golf balls that are about the same size, they’re just sponge rubber. But a lot of times your neighbors, your other family members might not like it if you go in the yard or in the house and start swinging hitting real […]

Golf Tips for Practicing at Home : Hitting Golf Wiffle Balls: Long Irons

Now most recreational players, their weakest shots actually are the long irons cause they don’t get to practice them enough. So with the plastic Wiffle balls you can practice your long irons in your backyard, your front yard, inside your house, local park. So the more swings you’re going to get with them the better […]