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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.
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Putting is the basis for the entire swing. Having an understanding and being able to attain the skills necessary to hit a putt with consistency, efficiency and also being able to duplicate it under pressure. This is the basis for the full swing. Many things that go on in an efficient putting stroke also happen in a driver swing.
The putting stroke is the smallest stroke or swing in the game. But it has profound effect on all swings including a driver. How do you practice the stoke and what makes it so important to even a driver swing
Figuring out which of your index fingers is your best directional control finger is critical in determining your grip on the putter. Once you determine which finger it is then it needs to be in play correctly. This along with a putter grip that gives you the best sense of where the putter face is...
Posture and balance are important in all motions. In putting you take your set up by. First take your grip get your trail arm in line with the shaft. Then weight is in the center of your feet. Your toes are quiet. Then push your hips back and place the putter on the ground. The putter shaft is ai...
Hand action in the putting stroke is the beginning of full swing. The key is that there is no twisting in the wrists. The club shaft points back at your center. Your trail wrists can have flexion and extension but you do not want any rolling of the face or wrists.
The ability to see the correct line and start the ball down the line is critical in putting. Practicing on a chalk line to learn how to start the ball down your intended line is a basic skill. Once you can do that. Then it is how well do you see line when the line is not there.
It is critical in putting that you see line correctly. Not everyone sees line from the same eye position. To find your eye position first. Set the line of the ball. Then put your eyes in a position that the line looks correct. Then set the putter in. Last set your body up to fit the putter then r...
Set the ball down with the line pointing up. Then the goal is to hit the ball in the center of the face with the path correct so the line rolls perfectly. If the line wobbles then either the path of the face are off. To control distance you need to be able to roll the ball. If it is off learn to ...
Setting up a gate for the putter to swing through. This is a great training device. From 3 inches behind the ball to 3 inches past the back of the ball the putter head should not arch or rotate. The tees will tell you if there is any arch. If you hit the tees you fix the problem. You eliminate va...
Setting gates down your target line helps you to see line correctly. Once you set the gates properly. Then if when you set up over the ball the gates look wrong. You then correct your eye line until the gates line up. This helps you identify the issues in your stroke. Your stroke might be perfect...
Set up five balls. Find a tempo that works for you and maintain it. While maintaining that tempo hit the first ball no specific target or distance. Maybe 10 feet. Then the next ball roll the line but make the ball to 13 feet or past the first ball. Then hit another ball and make it go 16 feet of ...
Being able to separate upper body rotation from lower is a big part of swinging the club. It starts with the putter. You should be able to rotate your upper body and not move your lower body. This sounds easy but you hardly ever do this. So practicing it is important. It also addresses and makes ...
When it comes to speed control you can do many things to help develop speed control of your arms. Before you hit a put get the feel of how hard would you have to roll or toss a ball to make it go the correct distance. Then set up to the ball and duplicate the speed of your arm. The putter head be...
Putting is about a number of skills. One, how well do you see line. How do your hands go on the putter. What is the correct set up. How to make the line roll. Then once you have these down how do you maintain and continue to develop your skills.