Do you know what you look like right after the impact position? Are you finding it difficult to fix your post impact position? Our golf professional Aimee talks about the importance of the post impact [More]
Aimee’s first putting lesson in case you haven’t seen it yet, https://youtu.be/7bfo5sA4h8E please watch this fundamental lesson first and then comeback to this one! Aimee shows you a fantastic drill to help you achieve that [More]
Our Golf Professional Aimee Cho talks about proper use of the lower body! Shows two exercises to be able to self-train the correct feeling in the legs and the correct movements of the legs! Subscribe [More]
One-point-lesson on How to Stop your Slice off the Tee! Moreno Valley GC aimeechogolf@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/golfwithaimee/ instagram https://www.instagram.com/golfwithaimee/
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My lesson with Mike, keys on the grip, hand plane and momentum. Golf swing practice and theory. THE SOURCE OF POWER Http://www.bebettergolf.weebly.com Find out more about mike at http://www.malaskagolf.com THE SOURCE OF POWER I flew [More]
Music by Ryan Little subscribe to his channel here http://www.youtube.com/TheR4C2010 A GOLF LESSON WITH MARK CROSSFIELD, PGA professional AskGolfGuru takes you with him on his day of Golf lessons with real students at the range. [More]
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Today I will show you how to hit a downhill lie chip shot. This downhill lie is referring to left foot low slope. In this case the ball will run out a lot more than [More]