This shoulder rotation drill for the golf swing helps me simplify the golf swing: Shoulder Rotation Drill from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Shoulder Rotation Drill for the Golf Swing
What distractions have you been allowing into your golf game? Do you know how to eliminate them? I’m sure you could think back to your last round of golf and identify a few distractions that might have affected your golf game. Too many swing-thoughts, worry about previous bad shots, or fear of hitting it in […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Aligning your feet and shoulders is the easiest way to consistently address the ball with your shoulders parallel to the target line. Some experienced golfers play with their feet a little open or closed at address, but all great golfers make sure to square their shoulders to the target line at set-up. If you are […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Feet and Shoulder Alignment
Holding the club correctly with the glove hand promotes stability, mobility and consistency in your golf grip. Developing the correct grip is a tricky process. I’ve never seen a beginner golfer naturally put his/her hands on the club the right way the first time. Ever. All new golfers say that the correct grip feels […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Golf Grip: Placing your glove hand correctly
Pointing the left toe out is an often overlooked, important part of the set-up. In the picture above, you can see that I am pointing my left foot out about 20 degrees at the set-up of my full swing. …And on my finish, my left foot is in the same position. Setting up this […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Do you know why some people keep getting better and better at golf while others don’t? I believe that all golfers who keep improving have one thing in common: A solid foundation of mental principles. Here are my foundational golf principles for long-term improvement: 1. Understand that every thought counts: You are either instilling […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Foundational Golf Principles for Long-Term Improvement
If I ever start hitting the ball poorly, I always check to see what my head is doing while I swing. On the back-swing and down-swing, a steady head is key to consistency when it comes to my ball-striking. This fundamental applies to every swing from the full shot all the way down to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on A Steady Head is Key to Consistency
Does the wind intimidate you on the golf course? Here in Arizona we don’t get many windy days, but when it blows you want to be prepared. Here are my four keys to playing great golf in the wind: 1. Keep the ball low. This number one key will help you the most. To […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
A few months ago I played in a tournament with a pro who was struggling. He spent most of his time in the desert looking for his ball, and limped his way to an 83. This was a talented pro whom I had seen shoot in the low 60’s before. What happened?? The day he […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
Here’s a little known fact: Correct width of stance is vital to your success in golf. The pictures below show me at the top of the back-swing and the finish position. I’m using a sand wedge to hit 4 different shots. On my short shots my stance is narrow. Because I am not making […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Golf Set-up: How wide is your stance?