Tag Archive for Golf Instruction

Advice From A Golf Pro – He’ll Fix Your Slice In Five Swings Or He’ll Buy Your Clubs!

I recently spoke with Golf Pro Scott Seifferlein of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Scott brings a unique perspective to golf instruction. Having struggled as a mid to high handicapper in his early years of playing, he has a particular empathy for today’s amateur golfer. Determined to learn the game, Scott worked hard to become a Certified…

A Really Bad Round of Golf – Is It A Slump Or A Bump?

I promised myself I would improve my golf game this year. In the spring, my focus was on dropping my handicap at least three or four points. Hasn’t happened yet. The season here in the northeast is not over yet and my club stays open for golf for at least another three or four months,…

Advice To Improve Your Golf Game: LPGA Pro Sue Kaffenburg Offers Some Basics

Whether you are just beginning the game of golf, or have been playing for years, you need to “start at the very beginning.” In this short 24 minute podcast, LPGA, PGA Instructor, Sue Kaffenburg covers a wide variety of topics including: The best lesson format How to choose your instructor Review of your “belief” system…

Golf Training Aids And Publications To Help Improve Your Game

Once you have your clubs—purchased, fitted or borrowed, you’ve bought a box of your favorite balls, you’ve taken a lesson or two, and you’ve played a few rounds with friends, you should know if you want to continue with this crazy game of golf. If you do, then sooner or later you will be looking…

Leave Your Golf Driver In Your Bag?

The driver is the #1 club in your golf bag. But that doesn’t mean it should be your first choice to hit off the tee. It has the longest shaft of all the clubs and is the hardest to consistently hit well. Because it may give you the most distance you may may be tempted…