The Right-Side Swing

Gary Edwin (pictured) is the originator of the right-side-swing. Notice the “reverse-K” setup with additional weight on the left-side. I first learned about the right-side swing in 2004-2005. I’m always looking for new ideas about the golf swing. Basically, there isn’t a swing theory I won’t evaluate because you never know where great ideas are…

Groove Wear

“Fresh grooves, we have to have them. Our tour pins are tucked in tight spots, so you have to be able to hit it low and hit it high with the right amount of spin. If the grooves are not fresh, you’re going to get inconsistency.” — Jordan Spieth Amateur golfers may not have the…

Taking Your Range Game to the Course

A question I often hear from students is, “Why is it so difficult to take my range game to the course?” One of the reasons why it’s challenging to perform at the same level on the golf course as on the practice range is that a shot doesn’t mean anything on the range. There is…

The Mini Driver

If you’re thinking about using a shorter length driver, you’ll want to weigh several options. For example, how far do you currently hit a 45-inch driver and how much distance will you lose? Consider that both Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler — who are using shorter length shafts in their drivers now — can move…