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As Seen on TV: Rory Demonstrates Hogan’s Sidearm Delivery

This video pretty much speaks for itself. Rory McIlroy hits an awful shot into the water at the Honda Classic and his 3 iron follows with an effortless looking heave which travels at least 50 yards. The throwing motion has been a staple of my teaching ever since I read Hogan’s explanation of the motion […]

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Pro Tip of the Week: As Seen on TV: Johnny Miller: Still Mr. “Down the Line”

The “Pro Tip of the Week” series is short videos of things Tour players do that can benefit your game and lower your score. Tip of the Week videos are free for a limited time period. This weeks pro tip is: As Seen on TV: Johnny Miller: Still Mr. “Down the Line”.   There’s not […]

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As Seen on TV: Brandel and Bobby Jones on Swing Thoughts

Here we have Brandel making his predictable comments on the benefit of having “no technical swing thoughts” while watching Angel Cabrera warm up on the range at Augusta. My point here, and one that Bobby Jones makes as well in his article “Day to Day Adjustments”, is that all golfers need to come up with […]

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As Seen on TV: Chamblee is Dead Wrong Again

I keep wondering where Brandel Chamblee gets his information. Does he come up with stupid statements like “Jack Nicklaus picked the ball, Phil Mickelson picked the ball, Tom Watson picked the ball” in his dreams or does he watch their swings and simply misinterpret what he sees? After watching this video can anyone truthfully say […]

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As Seen on TV: Aaron Oberholser Finding More Things Wrong With Tiger

I guess it is no surprise to find former Tour player Aaron Oberholser seated next to our hero, Brandel Chamblee, taking his own shot at Tiger Woods’ swing and coach Sean Foley. The problem, according to Oberholser, is Tiger’s tendency to forward lean his shaft at impact with the driver, a fact that he credits […]

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