• Reduce the dispersion of your shots

    Written by Kevin Flynn on Friday, 13 July 2012

    The key to reducing the dispersion of your shots is to minimize the rotation of the clubface through the hitting area. You can do this by thinking about the position the arms take as the club is delivered into the ball. Copy the positions highlighted by Kevin Flynn in this golf video tip and you’ll do just that.

  • Stack & Tilt® Fundamental 3: Control the ball’s direction and curve

    Written by James Ridyard on Monday, 9 July 2012

    This comes down to understanding the effect the clubface and path have on the ball’s flight and knowing how to adjust it. Under the new ball flight laws proved  by Launch Monitor data, the clubface predominantly controls the initial direction and the club path controls the curve. Being able to control your low point also gives control over path. Then, all...

  • Stack & Tilt® Fundamental 2: Hit the ball far enough for your course

    Written by James Ridyard on Monday, 9 July 2012

    Club golfers need to be able to hit the ball far enough to reach all the holes in the regulation number of shots. The longest hitters in the game – Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson etc – turn their hips a lot in the backswing to do this. This move allows the hands to travel inwards at the start of the swing,...

  • Stack & Tilt® Fundamental 1: Hit the ground after the ball

    Written by James Ridyard on Friday, 6 July 2012

    It’s a revolutionary swing model that the inventors, American pros Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer claim is ‘remaking golf’. But what’s it all about and could it work for your game? The biggest difference between club and Tour players is their ability to strike the golf ball purely. You can measure this by noting where the club hits the ground. The...