Chris Haarlow, PGA: Teaching Juniors With Uneven Lies

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Chris Haarlow, the 2011 Carolinas PGA Section Junior Golf Leader and a U.S. Kids Golf Master Top 50 Instructor, is the PGA Head Instructor at Precision Golf School in Greensboro, N.C. Scheduling dynamic situations on the course provides instructors a great opportunity to watch their students in action. Over the past several years, I have […]

Ted Babcock, PGA: Courses With Uneven Lies

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Ted Babcock, the 2016 PGA Rocky Mountain Section Assistant Professional of the Year, is the PGA Assistant Golf Professional at the Valley View Golf Club, in Bozeman, Montana. “At Valley View Golf Club, our 2016 spring women’s instruction program lacked the attendance and excitement I was hoping for in my second year at the club. There were […]

Tony Emma, PGA: Courses With Uneven Lies

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Tony Emma, the PGA Director of Instruction at Siena Golf Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada, discusses how he helps his students get around courses with uneven lies. Emma begins with a basic explanation of the equipment and how to get around a golf course. He then allows beginners an opportunity to practice a full swing […]

Jim Burns, PGA: Instruction Programs With Uneven Lies

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Jim Burns, the owner and PGA Head Professional at Stafford (Virginia) Golf Academy discusses how he incorporates uneven lies in his instruction programs. “Obviously at a range, I can’t do the on-course components of Get Golf Ready, but I’ve developed a way to teach skill development in every session,” says Burns, who has owned Stafford Golf […]

Brian Rogish: Perfecting Ball Striking With Uneven Lies

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Brian Rogish, the 2014 Tri-State PGA Section Teacher of the Year and the PGA Director of Instruction at The Golf Club at Lansdowne in Lansdowne, Virginia, speaks about perfecting ball striking with uneven lies. Dynamic Balance has always been one of the cornerstones of great ball striking. The Swing Catalyst force plate has given many instructors […]

Mike Herzog: Engaging Juniors With Uneven Lies

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Michael Herzog, the 2010 and 2012 Minnesota PGA Section Player Development Award winner, 2015 Dakota PGA Chapter Youth Player Development Award winner, a 2016 U.S. Kids Golf Top 50 teacher, and is the Operations Manager and PGA Director of Instruction for Golf Etc. – Bismarck in Bismarck, North Dakota, speaks about engaging juniors with uneven […]