Your Premier Golf Training Platform - Don't Just Play Golf. Understand It!
The Malaska Golf app gives you on-demand access to over 120 hours and thousands of instructional videos from 2011 PGA Instructor of the Year, Mike Malaska. Mike's understanding of how the body works and the natural forces that are constant in every golfer's swing will help you apply his easy-to-follow lessons so you see immediate improvement. Develop the skills you need to become a complete player. You'll have access to The M-System, Mike's step-by-step instructional plan that is designed to simplify the game and build skill on top of skill. Every level increases its focus as you increase your ability.
Don't just add 15-yards to your game, add 15-years!
Mike has spent his lifetime studying the golf swing. Now, all of his lessons are available in one place. One subscription, exclusive content, all your devices. The Malaska Golf app works on your mobile device, tablet, or TV giving you on-demand access to one of the world's best coaches. Topics range from golf swing concepts and demonstration to drills and discussions with sport legends. You'll be able to watch full player lessons, explore the mental game, and learn how the skills you use in other sports connect to the game of golf. Take your favorite lessons to the range, office or anywhere you watch golf with the app's download ability. Enjoy content from a growing list of original Malaska Golf content including:
- The M-System
- Skill Pathways
- Player Lessons
- Ask Mike
- Drill Center
- Golf Talk
- Invisible Swing
- I Feel Your Pain
- Sports Connect
- Fitness & Health
- Golf Challenge
- Mental Game
- Member Spotlight
I promise you, golf is not that difficult. You just have to unlock the swing that works best for you.
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RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on GT | Joe Nichols - 201801 | 16. Pivot Your Right Elbow // The arms rotate within the shoulder socket. They do not rotate independently of the shoulders. Over-rotating creates tension, which slows you down. Here's a deeper look.
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2018.11 | 03. RE: How Active Should The Hands Be - 20180316 // The wrist hinges up and down as well as back and through. How you get this to occur is by letting the weight of the club to do this for you.
RESPONSE TO COMMENT FROM A STUDENT ON THE RANGE // Your arms do not follow your shaft plane beyond a certain point. If it did, it would cause your shoulders to turn too flat and change your spine angle. Instead, do this.
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2018.11 | 03. RE: How Active Should The Hands Be - 20180316 // What you don't do during your wrist hinge is add any additional twist to try to catch the face up. The arms rotate from your shoulder in a natural move without any tension