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This Quick Fix Friday focuses on improving hitting the ball square on the clubface. On the putting green, put down four tees in a box shape slightly wider than your putter head. Get set up, and practice hitting the ball without hitting the tees.
The goal is to hit the ball in the center of the ...
Your do-over this week and Malaska Golf Mulligan Monday is about improving face control.
Hold a wedge or similar club and drop the ball onto the clubface. Practice bouncing the ball continuously on the clubface without dropping the ball. Hold a golf club in the other hand and hit the ball over ...
This Malaska Golf Quick Fix Friday is all about your least favorite shot.
Most golfers tend to slice the ball, so this week, practice hitting hooks. If you hit a hook shot, strengthen your grip, shut the clubface a little, swing from the inside and try to turn the clubface over.
This week's Malaska Golf Mulligan Monday focuses on improving your swing path.
Put four tees in the ground slightly larger than your clubhead. Make swings through the tees without hitting them. You can also use four head covers to achieve the same exercise. If you swing over the top, you will h...
Your Malaska Golf Quick Fix Friday is all about getting and staying hydrated when you play golf on the weekend. Don’t wait until you arrive at the golf course; start preparing the day before. If you want to play your best golf, staying hydrated is essential. Make sure you drink 6-8 glasses of wat...
This Mulligan Monday focuses on foot action. Begin by making a swing flat-footed. Then make another swing and let your right foot roll in. Repeat this motion, but finish the swing after allowing your right foot to roll in. Then your blend all these movements together. The object of this exercise ...
For this Quick Fix Friday, we look at using the brim of your golf cap to help with alignment. Flatten the brim of your cap and bring it down over your eyebrows. Looking at the line on the golf ball, get the brim of your hat parallel with the line on the golf ball.
Your Mulligan Monday assignment is to work on controlling curve by adding clubface or path. Set up a practice station if possible. Your first task is to start the ball to the right of the alignment stick aimed at the bunker. You can also pick a target on the driving range. Close both your stance ...