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Fitting One-Length Sterling Irons®

Using a custom built set of Sterling Irons®, Ian and Matt of TXG Golf go through a full iron fitting including loft/lie adjustments for each club to see if they can dial in the full set! Some areas to watch for: 4:26 – “I think that flew the exact same yardage. No, we... read more

New Rules For The Green for 2019

By Geoff Mangum The R&A and the USGA — apparently acting in panic mode as the game of golf continues to shrivel from its “golden age” in the 1970s and 1980s — have acted to simplify the Rules of Golf to shed some of the more ridiculous, picky technicalities that... read more

Bryan Kelly Long Drive Q&A

Age:                       33 Height:                 6’3” Weight:               275 Driver Specs: Callaway XR16 4* Sponsors: Callaway Special Accomplishments: My Top 16 finish at the 2018 World Long Drive Championships What is your longest drive in competition? 427... read more

Do It Wrong To Get It Right

By Adam Young I was playing around on my guitar the other night, learning a new riff. I knew the notes I had to hit and was simply practicing hitting them the best I could. I was practicing for perfection. Sure, I was getting better through the practice, but there was... read more

2018 PGA TOUR Club Head Speed Rankings

2018 PGA TOUR Club Head Speed Rankings Are you curious what the club head speed rankings are on the PGA TOUR for 2018? Who posts the fastest swing speeds? Who has the slowest swing on PGA TOUR? Click HERE to Learn How to Increase YOUR Average Golf Swing Speed Take a... read more

The Putting Routine

By Geoff Mangum The “routine” for putting is the use of your perceptual processes in a staging of accurate, pertinent, and useful perceptions of what matters for the reading and aiming of the putter, followed by the staging of your movement skills for setup and stroke... read more

How To Map Greens For Better Putting

By Geoff Mangum Mapping greens is fairly simple. Just sketch the outline shape of the green, rough in the outlines of the 2-4 “flat areas”, then mark the direction of tilt of each flat area (fall line) plus the steepness of tilt (slope percentage) — an arrow for fall... read more

Process for Improving

By Adam Young Below is a process I try to ingrain in my players. We work on the skills needed to improve their process. This process is: Identification of fault(s) There are lots of faults in golf, but a lot less than you would think. To me, coming ‘over the top’ (for... read more