The Golf Fix: Control the Ball - August 29, 2011
what we got coming up tonight. Ball position and getting spin. You bet, we ..... you review for us again proper ball position . I've heard some say keep it ..... here, and I wanna make sure that ball position is such a misunderstood thing
School of Golf: Stick it close like Hogan
Can't close I. I had to face that question Dewayne Briggs says Todd what the effects haven't had to angle and ball position a wedge shots. So what is an interesting question I suspect he's been scandal in the end this is really what he
The Golf Fix: Best Of - October 31, 2011
balance, and balance is gonna be related to our ball position , ball position being not just how far it is away from our body ..... upper body. We always wanna pay attention to the ball position 's relationship to the upper part of the spine
The Golf Fix: Other Sports - September 19, 2011
what I want you to look at is this is where that ball position is and that ball position is well off of the back part of your stance there ..... swing. Great setup position, absent on that ball position , very good grip, body rotates back, the club
Playing Lessons: On the Range with Poulter
that blue pin. This one is a ball position piece for me, and I just ..... my shoulders are all parallel. Ball position being in the right place for 9 ..... target, if always your posture, ball position , stance, grip, if they'reline obviously out there with that blue pin. This one is a ball position piece for me, and I just-- I work to targets all the time, so I'd be standing here. I'd pick a targeton the ground. My knees, my hips, my shoulders are all parallel. Ball position being in the right place for 9 iron, I try and keep my grip neutral. If everything that I'm trying to doalways you lay something down towards a target, if always your posture, ball position , stance, grip, if they're all correct, something really shouldn't go wrong, and if it does, you've made a bad swing. We all
The Golf Fix: 100th Show - April 25, 2011
shoulders and the hips are rotated open. The shaft of the golf club has some lean in it, and depending on where the ball position is, it can have as much as 15 degrees of shaft lean or maybe as little as 1 degree of shaft lean. But there's definitelygolf club has some lean in it, and depending on where the ball position is, it can have as much as 15 degrees of shaft lean or maybe as little as 1 degree of shaft lean.
The Golf Fix: PGA Professionals Special - June 27, 2011
talk about how to hit this. Do you hit it like an iron? Do you hit it like a fairway wood? What are we doing with ball position ? That kind of stuff. -First and foremost, I think it depends on what the hybrid is replacing in your bag. Is ityou hit it like a fairway wood? What are we doing with ball position ? That kind of stuff. -First and foremost, I think it depends on what the hybrid is replacing in your bag. Is it
Tom Lehman - Ball Position - Golf Channel Academy
simply is gonna help you get the ball position right every time, you know ..... things that I think are important, ball position , posture, and then path, you ..... line. I got the club and the ball position just right, right in the centerThis club right here is simply is gonna help you get the ball position right every time, you know, and the clubs also because they're perpendicular and only parallel to your target, you know, will allow you to try to set up square. So you want your feet, your knees, your hips, your shoulders all to be square to this club right here. So it kind of copies all the things that I think are important, ball position , posture, and then path, you know. So I hit a lot of balls like this where I just set up where I'm square to my target line. I got the club and the ball position just right, right in the center and then I just swing down the target line trying to repeat this over and over
Posture & Ball Position Tips
arm. It's about where it would be with that tilt. Now, for some of you that ball position may not work, a nice way to be able to find the correct ball position for you and your game based on how much you play is to make some rehearsal swingsit would be with that tilt. Now, for some of you that ball position may not work, a nice way to be able to find the correct ball position for you and your game based on how much you play is to make some rehearsal swings and see where the club
Big Break V - Chipping Ball Position
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SwingFix: Stance Width and Ball Position tips
do with your stance, and also ball position . So, first thing we're gonna ..... for a good balance. And if the ball position is right in the middle of my stance ..... all right. So, I've got the ball position to the center, that'd be greatof things that would have to do with your stance, and also ball position . So, first thing we're gonna do is talk about width of stance, how far do I get my feet apart? It's a question that we often get. Real simple way to do it, we actually call it the Charlie Chaplin, you'll see why in a second. So, I put my feet together touching, it's very important with the touching there. What I'm gonna do is I'm just gonna [unk] and swing my feet out almost about as wide as I can go. And then from there what I'm gonna do is go up on my toes, swing my heels out, all right. I've got about a 15 degree angle out from each one of my feet for a good balance. And if the ball position is right in the middle of my stance now, I've got a perfect width for about an 8-iron on down. But that'sheels here, up of my toes, all right. So, I've got the ball position to the center, that'd be great for an 8-iron, and down to my wedges. But if I get that longer club like a 3-wood I'm holding here, all I wanna do is just start to move my right foot back. And in this case I go back about 2 or 3 inches, widen that stance. And you can see now the ball position has moved a little bit further up with my stance there. All right. And then for a driver, we're gonna go even more to get that just inside the heel. So, there's two tricks there for you to work on, two great ways to find your width of stance. You put your feet together, open your toes, up on your toes, here we got our ball position for an 8-iron or below and then move that right foot back to get your width for the longer clubs. That should help you figure out where to put that ball position to hit better shots. Good luck.
The Golf Fix E-Mail Bag: Ball Position
tips and drills. Can you please talk about ball position ? Please demonstrate ball position starting with the driver and going all the ..... that people have, misconception about the ball position . I'm just gonna talk about it relative toMichael, great show, great tips and drills. Can you please talk about ball position ? Please demonstrate ball position starting with the driver and going all the way to the putter, including hybrids. Thanks. Alright Joe, good question. Big problem that people have, misconception about the ball position . I'm just gonna talk about it relative to the driver so that you get an understanding of how this all works, and here's the way this works. So many of you are taught that ball position is a lower body thing, specifically with the feet, so your driver should be off of your toe and the 5-iron should be just inside and the pitching wedge should be in the center of your stance and so on and so forth. And the truth is, is that ball position is all an upper body thing. So, I look at ball position relative to where the ball is in my upper body. So, I'm gonna take, say if we could back out just a little bit and give me a number one here. Thanks. So, what you can see here is that-- so my Golf Channel logo right there is a little bit behind the ball, but that is still well within the framework of my feet, and I want the ball position with my driver to be right around my armpit, right around that Golf Channel logo right there with the driver. If Ileft, and that good reverse K position right there. And now, that ball position feels like it's forward which is what I want but it's not outside of my framework. And then, I go ahead and hit that shot. Alright. So that's gonna help you with that ball position . What I would tell you with the putter, the only thing that's different with the putter is that you wanna pay attention to where the weight distribution is in your feet. So, if you get set up to hit a putt and you like to lean on your left side, again, because I'm leaning on my left side here, my spine moves forward so that ball position could be played a little bit more forward. If I'm a person that likes to have my weight distribution equally balanced in the feet, then my ball position could be a little bit farther back but so much of that is gonna depend on where you have your weight distribution in the putting which is completely different than what you do when you hit a full shot because you don't have that kind of allowance in the full shot. You're gonna have your balance pretty much the same every single time. Alright? Alright, I know that's gonna help you out with that ball position . Where to get that ball position more in the upper body, pay attention to where it is up here, not in your feet. I know that will help
Brad Brewer - Chip Shot Ball Position
Academy and I'm here with Amy. And Amy's going to help us demonstrate a couple of shots around the green and how the ball position in our chip shot is going to affect the spins. So Amy what I want you to do for your first shot is play the ball furtherus demonstrate a couple of shots around the green and how the ball position in our chip shot is going to affect the spins. So Amy what I want you to do for your first shot
Better Ball Position
Shaun Micheel shows you how better ball position results in better irons.
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