When it comes to the short game, your ability to control the trajectory of the golf ball will take shots off your score. Sometimes, the right trajectory at the right time will be the difference between saving par and settling for double bogey. Here’s how to hit high and low wedge shots. The Low […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Short Game: How to hit high and low wedge shots
The first time I played in the final group of a tournament was in September of 2009. It was a two-day Pepsi Tour event at Ocotillo Golf Club in Chandler, AZ. Going into the final day, I was one shot behind after shooting a 71 the first day. This was my first real opportunity to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on My Journey: My first win
Here’s my checklist for fairway bunker shots from over 100 yards: 1. Look at the lie of the ball in the sand. If the ball is sitting down in the sand, I won’t be able to get the club-face cleanly on the ball. I must just hit an explosion shot back into the fairway. This […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Sand Play: Fairway bunker shot checklist
Teeing the golf ball at the correct height makes a big difference in the outcome of your tee shot. Here’s how I do it: When teeing off with the driver, I like to have about 1/2 to 1/3 of the golf ball sticking up above the top of the club-head at address. I use […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Golf Set-up: How high to tee the golf ball
It was a beautiful day. Birds were chirping, the sun was shining and I felt like I had just gotten hit by a bus. I was walking off the 4th hole of my first ever, big professional tournament and I had just made a 13. That 13 was six years ago; long before I knew […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Correct knee flex with the driver is totally opposite of the knee flex needed for the green-side sand shot. With the driver, I want just a small amount of knee flex. This helps me stay level through the impact and allows me to stand up nice and tall on the finish. Too much knee flex […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Golf Setup: Correct Knee Flex with the Driver
I don’t know of a better feeling on the course than chipping in from off the green. It’s so nice to go pick my ball out of the hole and then sit back and relax while my playing partners putt out. I’m sure that most people think it’s mainly luck when someone holes out […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
July 29th, 2013 was an amazing day for me on the golf course. The last shot of that round is alive and well in my memory. That day I was playing well and hitting the ball farther than ever in the Pro-Scratch Golf league event at Papago Golf Course in Phoenix, AZ. I had […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
From GolfDash blog: “In this months “Quick 9″ we are featuring an up and coming golf and teaching pro, Grant Brown. Learn a bit more about Grant and what it’s like on his journey to reach the PGA Tour…” Read the full interview here: http://golfdashblog.com/grant-brown-interview/Continue Reading... Comments Off on My Journey: Interview with GolfDash Blog
The possibility of a bladed shot out of a green-side bunker strikes fear into the hearts of many golfers. If this describes you there is hope! Correct knee flex is the key to making that dreaded shot go away forever. Many of my students have told me that one bunker lesson with me has cured […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Sand Play: Correct knee flex makes all the difference