Some of GOLFTEC’s top coaches share quick tips that can help any golfer.
By TJ Knapp
With the amount of golf advice that’s scattered across the internet, it can be easy for golfers to try and implement as much advice as possible. However, every tip on the internet isn’t always suited for every golfer’s swing. This is why we have asked some of our top GOLFTEC coaches to share simple tips that any golfer can utilize.
Finding the center of the face is something that golfers of every level strive to do. Making clean contact can be a struggle sometimes and it has frustrated anyone who’s ever picked up a golf club. Golf Digest ‘Best Teacher in Your State’ recipient, certified PGA Professional, and GOLFTEC Chapel Hills Center Manager, Chad Miller, shares a tip that can help us all make better contact with the golf ball.
Course management is another aspect of the game where every golfer can use improvement. While it might seem tempting to hunt every flag and play as aggressive as possible, it can actually help your game if you learn to play it safe. Golf Digest ‘Best Teacher in Your State recipient, certified PGA Professional, and owner/director of instruction at GOLFTEC Henderson, Tim Sam, talks about how you can shave strokes from your game by not always going for the pin.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a tour pro, weekend warrior, or brand new to the game, in order to post any decent score, you need to put the little white ball in the hole. Golf Digest ‘Best Teacher in Your State recipient, certified PGA Professional, and owner/director of instruction at GOLFTEC Omaha, James Kinney, shares some simple tips to help you with the flatstick.
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