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January 19, 2021

Bunker Line Drill for Low Point Control

There’s nothing more frustrating than skulling or flubbing an easy chip shot. Fat shots and thin shots can pop up at the worst times possible, but as Titleist staff member Layne Savoie shares in this video, making clean contact consistently on finesse shots is a skill that you can easily develop. All you need is […]

January 19, 2021

How Phil Mickelson Uses Triple Track When Chipping

Take a tip from Phil on utilizing Triple Track technology from Callaway Golf when practicing your chipping. Working with these balls will help you see what the ball’s rotation is after impact and helps you to keep the face square. Almost like having an alignment aid on your ball. Take a look at this short […]

January 13, 2021

Fixing That Slice with your Driver

If you’re like many right-handed golfers, you probably struggle with that dreaded left-to-right slice off of the tee. If so, this video tip from PGA Professional Erika Larken is just for you. In this tip, Erika explains in this MAVRIK MOMENTS tip from Callaway Golf how the “L to L” swing squares your clubface and […]

April 23, 2020

Callaway Wedgeducation, The Low Spinner

Learn how to hit that low spinner with arguably the best wedge designer in history, Roger Cleveland, and short game pro, Wesley Bryan. From set up to execution, dial in your game around the greens with this instructional wedgeducation video. Learn More about JAWS MD5:

April 22, 2020

Callaway Wedgeducation, The Pitch Shot

Roger Cleveland, and short game pro, Wesley Bryan, give you a quick tip for the “pitch & run” around the greens with Callaway Golf‘s JAWS MD5 Wedge #Golf Learn More about JAWS MD5:

April 7, 2020

Dealing With a Buried Lie Around the Green

“This is a tough one, because you can’t make clean contact. Lower your expectations on this shot because just keeping it on the green is a win. The keys are a steep angle of attack, a lot of loft and a lot more speed to power through the grass lying between you and the back […]

April 7, 2020

Dealing with a Fluffy Lie Around the Green

“This lie can embarrass you because it’s easy to whiff, to swing right under the ball and leave yourself with an even tougher lie. The key to this shot is a shallow angle of attack. This ensures that you make contact with the center of the face, not the top couple of grooves.” – Brandon […]

April 7, 2020

The Short Pitch Shot

“The pitch is more challenging than the bump & run because it requires a little more force and usually a little higher trajectory. Once you get set up correctly, the big key to the pitch shot is a staying centered. If you can minimize the amount of lateral movement you have when you swing, the […]

April 7, 2020

The Bump and Run Shot

The key to a good short game is versatility. To consistently pitch and chip the golf ball close, you have to be able to adapt to a limitless variety of turf conditions, lies and green surfaces. You have to be able to hit low shots that release and run, high shots that stop on a […]

April 6, 2020

Putting Gate Drill – Titleist Staff Member Michael Breed

FROM MICHAEL BREED ON MARCH 26, 2020 For any putt, the moment of truth arrives at a point about four inches from the back of the ball. Your putter has to be traveling down your target line at this crucial juncture for any chance of success. Luckily, all you need to ingrain the correct path is two sleeves […]

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