January

  • Baseball slice fix

    Written by Steven Orr on Tuesday, 10 January 2012

    When the clubhead works up and down on a neutral plane during the swing, that increases your chance of hitting the ball squarely with the clubhead working down the target line. The slice occurs when the player applies a glancing blow to the ball with the club working across the target line from out-to-in. As Steven Orr explains in this golf...

  • Set up for launch

    Written by Steven Orr on Tuesday, 10 January 2012

    Your typical driver comes with around 10 degrees of loft on the clubface but if you look at the stats from the top Tours, players actually launch the ball at around 15 degrees. So how do they acquire this extra height? The answer is that they set up much differently with their driver than they do with their irons, as TG...