How To Increase Your Golf Swing Speed | Swing Man Golf - Part 2


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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

Your Questions Answered

By David MacKenzie MHI Golfer Question: I often find myself trying to fix my swing after hitting a few bad shots during my warm-up. Panic sets in and I quickly start to fear a bad round. By the time I’m on the first tee I’m very anxious and feel like the ball could do... read more

Wes Patterson Long Drive Q&A

Age:                28 Height:           6’1” Weight:          200 lbs Driver Specs: 3 degree 3x tipped 1 inch Sponsors: ESP insurance Travis Mathew Crowe Socks Special Accomplishments: Top 8 at 2017 Worlds Team USA LD -423 What is your longest drive in competition?... read more

Why You Can’t Improve Your Golf Swing

By Adam Young Most people ruin their practice session the moment they hit their first ball. Avoid everyone else’s mistake by reading this, and understand how you can make your practice count. When you go to the driving range to practice, what is your goal? If you are... read more

Mitch Grassing Long Drive Q&A

Age:                22 Height:           6’3″ Weight:          265 Driver Specs: 3* Callaway with 4x Paderson shaft Sponsors: Callaway, Tornado Tee, Paderson Shafts, One Stop Power Shop Special Accomplishments: 2017 – Three 2nd place finishes on the... read more

Math For Reading Putts Over Multiple Slopes

By Geoff Mangum Generally, the “rule of thumb” math that Break (“) = Distance (‘) * Slope% / 2 (“/%-‘) can be used ONLY when the green surface is only one slope from ball to hole, not several — so the slope is FLAT (although slanted or tilted in gravity out of level)... read more

Learn Golf 129% Faster

By Adam Young In 1994, Hall, Domingues and Cavazos conducted a study with baseball players testing the effects of either BLOCK or RANDOM practice schedules on subsequent LEARNING. Thirty players were tested for skill levels, and then were randomly assigned to one of... read more

Your Questions Answered

By Tom Wishon MHI Golfer Question: Is it alright to clean my irons with a brush? I purchased one of those cleaning brushes (haven’t used it yet) that has 2 sides. One side is a nylon type brush, soft and the other head is like a wire brush. It also has a sharp... read more

Grip Pressure

By Geoff Mangum Holding your putter as lightly as possible is stupid advice. The general idea seems to be that “exquisite touch” comes from sensitivity in the fingers, but this is anatomically ignorant of both “touch” and the contribution of sensitive fingers to... read more