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MALASKA ORIGINALS

MALASKA ORIGINALS

The main Malaska Collections are just the start of what we have planned for Malaska Golf. Here in Malaska Originals, we highlight our curated video series with more to come on the horizon.

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MALASKA ORIGINALS
  • REVIEWING THE 2022 ROAD TO THE PHOENIX OPEN

    Mike discusses what evaluation, revaluation, and lifetime pursuit of problem solving approach to golf. He also explains the difficult decision that he had to make to protect his health by withdrawing from the 64th Southwest PGA Championship Tournament drawing a close to this year's chase of the R...

  • REINFORCE WHAT WORKS

    After you play a tournament, it is good to evaluate what you did well, what you struggled with, and give yourself some things to improve on. Mike takes an in depth look at his play at Mountain Dell and Bonneville.

  • PREPARING WHERE I STARTED

    Bonneville Golf Course, was usually the last day of the "City Parks" tournament from his youth. Works at improving from his previous day at Mountain Dell.

  • PRACTICING WHERE I STARTED

    Back at Mountain Dell Golf Course, Mike discusses the 10th Hole on the Mountain Course. Looking at severe greens with mountain winds, what kind of shots do you use to get out of different lies, and dealing with different conditions as you prepare for a tournament.

  • CROSS COUNTRY GOLF

    Mike looks at Nibley Park Golf Course in unique and creative ways. Use the courses you play to create whatever challenges you may be facing in your upcoming events.

  • SEEING WHERE MY SWING STARTED

    It has been 35-years since Mike has visited Mountain Dell Golf Course. Mike discusses what it was like as a member of the grounds crew and what he looks to for when evaluating how to play in different geographic locations.

  • STUDENT TEACHES THE TEACHER - BILLY FITZGERALD

    PGA Pro Billy Fitzgerald shares his understanding with Mike. Golf is a game of sharing knowledge. The more we help others with what we know, the more we all benefit.

  • SHORT GAME IN TOURNAMENT PLAY - DOUG ROBERTS - TEACH THE TEACHER

    Doug Roberts help evaluate Mike's short game. Your short game is one of the most important aspects of your swing. Learn how to get consistent with what you already know.

  • WINNING LOCALLY

    August and September are my tournament season. If you win the local sectional, you gain an entry to compete in the Phoenix Open. Here is the pathway I'm using as I prepare to compete.

  • IMPROVING 100 YARDS AND IN

    To be competitive and score on the course, you need a solid short game. Here is my regimen as I focus on 100 yards and in.

  • PREPARING THE BODY

    I have a fitness routine that I've done for years. I use this because it emphasizes shoulder mobility.

  • PLAY WITH WHAT YOU PRACTICE

    Golf is a game of tasks. Prepare for a tournament by knowing what tasks to assign yourself. Here is what I'm working on.

  • KNOWING YOUR SPEEDS AND LIES

    Knowing the pace of your greens is one of the best things you can do to practice for a tournament. This will arm you with an advantage for not just putting, but chipping as well.

  • PREPARING FOR MISSED GREENS

    Here, I'm using a couple of wedges to practice with. Knowing what shots you are going to use before they happen gives you a massive advantage in play.

  • PREPARING MENTALLY - ARIZONA OPEN - ROUND 01

    As Phil Blackmar talked about, the mental game is everything. If you are concerned about your opponents, you might as well go home.

  • KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES - ARIZONA OPEN - ROUND 01

    Playing the course lets me know how my drivers, irons, and short game is working. Now that I know what my clubs are telling me, I will be able to take it to tomorrow's game.

  • PERFORMING WHEN NOT FEELING GREAT - ARIZONA OPEN - ROUND 02

    When your grip feels heavy and it's hotter than normal, what can you do? You've got to play it as it is.

  • KNOWING WHAT YOU DID RIGHT - ARIZONA OPEN - ROUND 02

    Whether or not I qualify for day three doesn't matter. I played my best game under these conditions. Here's what I can take away.

  • THE MISCONCEPTION ABOUT BOUNCE

    Learn how bounce has changed in the golf industry and what will help your swing.

  • HOW BOUNCE AFFECTS YOUR WEDGE

    When it comes to getting a wedge fitted, the bounce is a very important factor. Learn how different bounces change your swing.

  • THE STATISTICS BEHIND IRON FITTING

    Gott Golf uses technology to see which club will work best for a players swing.

  • FITTING IRONS

    The iron is one of the most important clubs in your bag. Learn how they are fit a players swing.

  • THE STATISTICS BEHIND FITTING A DRIVER HEAD

    Gott Golf uses numbers and technology to fit clubs that work with different player's swings.

  • FITTING A DRIVER HEAD

    When you are getting a driver fitted, the shaft comes before the club head. Learn how Gott Golf fits clubs.