Dear MGS – How do I stop topping my fairway woods and long irons?
It is very common to top [skull, hit thin] long iron and fairway wood shots. Let’s start by breaking down the cause and effect behind topped and sculled shots so the “cure” videos herein make sense. When we see the steep loft on the club face and the un-teed ball laying flat on the ground, it is…
Did The Idea For This “Seinfeld” Episode Come From Ben Hogan’s “DO THE OPPOSITE” Quote!?
Recently I caught the ‘Seinfeld’ episode where George has the epiphany that his instincts have failed him his whole life, and in every aspect of his life. George starts to do the exact opposite of what his natural inclinations are telling him to do and gets transformative results: > he dates a beautiful woman, gets…
Dear MGS – How Can I Work On Weight Transfer In My Golf Swing?
Dear Robert, Thanks for the great question on a very important topic being that of “weight transfer”! Ted Williams here, Certified Instructor – Croker Golf System and Head Coach/Featured Contributor for My Golfing Store First of all, from my experience, when folks ask about or talk about weight transfer they are referring to more of…
Dear MGS – How Do I Play Uneven and Tough Lies?
Ted Williams here, Certified Instructor – Croker Golf System [Mentor: Peter Croker, PGA-Australia] and MGS Head Coach and Contributor. Thanks for the great question regarding how to play uneven lies and bad lies around the green. The weather didn’t allow me to create a video in response to your inquiry, but I perused related Youtube…
Dear MGS – How Do I Control The Clubface For Driver And 3-Wood?
Ted Williams here, Certified Instructor – Croker Golf System [Peter Croker, PGA-Australia] and MGS Head Coach and Contributor. Clubface control [on any club, any shot] comes down to maximizing stability of the clubface at and through impact. And maximizing the stability of the clubface [at impact] has to do with: > maximizing mass transfer from…
Dear MGS – How do I impart backspin on chip/pitch shots to control roll-out AND how do I consistently hit accurate 300-yard drives?
Ted Williams here, Certified Instructor Croker Golf System and MGS Head Coach and Contributor. I selected a number of videos below that address your inquiries, namely, > hitting 300-yard drives [see DeChambeau related links below] with consistency [which requires syncing hand and hip action], plus how to maximize transfer of body mass into the club…
Why Should I Regroove My Golf Clubs?
Spin control is a part of golf that is often talked about yet difficult to master. If you, like many other golfers, think to yourself, “I wish I had better spin control,” during a round, this breakdown is for you! Few moments in golf are as disheartening as connecting with a great pitch shot…
My Golfing Store Inc. 2022 Holiday Gift Guide
As the holiday season rolls on, you may be on the hunt for the perfect gift for the golfer in your life, or maybe just a gift for yourself! Whether you are fortunate enough to live somewhere you are able to golf year-round or are looking for off-season training accessories to keep your game in…
5 Easy Ways To Fix Your Golf Swing
While all sports require dedication and precision, few require quite as much as golf. The complicated and precise physics which play into a great swing are part of what makes golf so difficult yet rewarding. No matter your experience or handicap there is always room for improvement in order to unlock a consistent swing pattern….
56 or 60-Degree: Choosing the Right Wedge
Your wedges are some of the most important clubs inside your golf bag. Within the wedge group, two of the most useful and versatile are the 56 and 60-degree. Each of these wedges comes with unique pros and cons. In this blog, we will break down the differences between the two and the situations in…