Category - Golf Instruction

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GMSL #10: Tempo and Rhythm with Jim Hackenberg of Orange Whip Golf
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GMSL #5: What is Golf Fitness? Interview With Ken Pierce from GolfGym
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GMSL #3: Why And How You Should Be Taking Golf Lessons Online

GMSL #10: Tempo and Rhythm with Jim Hackenberg of Orange Whip Golf

In episode #10 well known PGA Golf Professional Jim Hackenberg joins the show to talk tempo and rhythm. Jim is inventor of the Orange Whip Golf Swing Trainer and owner of Jimmy Hack Golf LLC. He joins the show to talk about his journey in the golf industry from playing collegiate golf, once caddying on the PGA Tour, being a PGA golf professional and starting his own golf company.

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GMSL #5: What is Golf Fitness? Interview With Ken Pierce from GolfGym

If you play golf, there is no doubt that you’d like to play better. You could start by playing more, practicing more, take more lessons, and of course you could spend a boat load of money on equipment. What maybe you haven’t considered is trying golf fitness.

Golf fitness isn’t necessarily going to change the way you swing the club or fix your swing flaws. However, golf fitness can surely increase both your range of motion, swing speed and add a few yards to your drives. It may even help you develop better tempo and more consistency. One thing is for sure, golf fitness is be easy, effective and affordable.

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GMSL #3: Why And How You Should Be Taking Golf Lessons Online

How do you take a golf lesson? Probably the only way you know how. It usually starts with a Google search of “your town golf lessons” or “your town golf instructors”. Unfortunately your limited to those professionals in your geographic area. That prompts a phone call to such professional where you may schedule an appointment to see that person. You might then have to wait several days or even a week to solve your golf swing sorrows. From there you have to drive at least 15 minutes to meet your pro at a time and place that is convenient for he or she. All in all, a 30 minute golf lesson requires at least an hour of your time if you include drive time, practice time and the lesson.

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