Michael Herzog, a two-time Minnesota PGA Section Player Development Award winner, a 2016 U.S. Kids Golf Top 50 teacher, and the Operations Manager and PGA Director of Instruction for Golf Etc. – Bismarck in Bismarck, North Dakota, speaks about engaging juniors with uneven lies on the ToughLie 360.
Ken Klisz, the 2006 Southern California PGA Section Clubfitter of the Year and the PGA Director of Instruction and Driving Range Manager at the Tustin Ranch Golf Club, in Tustin, California, a GRAA Top 50 Public Facility, speaks about using ToughLie 360 for uneven lies and as staff inspiration.
Megan Padua, a GRAA Top 50 Growth of the Game Teaching Professional and a PGA golf instructor at Bonita Bay Club in Bonita Springs, Florida, and Maidstone Club in East Hampton, New York, speaks about why ToughLie 360 has become one of her favorite tools for teaching and an uneven lie.
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.
Bryant Shuford, PGA, is the Northeast Relationship Manager for PGA Magazine Publications & Marketing Group and manager for ToughLie 360 in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, describes how to challenge students with uneven lies, even around the greens.
Jim Burns, the owner and PGA Head Professional at Stafford (Virginia) Golf Academy discusses how he incorporates uneven lies in his instruction programs.
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.
Ted Babcock, the PGA Assistant Golf Professional at the Valley View Golf Club, in Bozeman, Montana, discusses how he helps his students get around courses with uneven lies.
Chris Haarlow, the PGA head instructor at Precision Golf School in Greensboro, North Carolina, discusses how he schedules dynamic teaching lessons on uneven lies.