Brian Owens

Forearm Rotation Maintenance

Controlling your forearm rotation can be very difficult to see while swinging the club at 100 mph. Thus, it is very easy to through it out of sequence. Also, I find that the under standing of when the arms rotate and how much is the common issue among amateurs. When: As you take the club away, your arms should be… Read more →

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How big is your golf ball?

In golf, understanding the margin of error is always important. Sometimes that little mistake can be the reason why you missed that birdie or couldn’t make par. According to the United States Golf Association, a golf ball should be no less than 1.68 inches in diameter. And why should you know this information? When hitting an iron, you want the club to make… Read more →

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2 Ways to Improve your Takeaway

The takeaway in your golf swing is one of the most simple steps, yet more “sensitive” portion of anyone’s golf swing and can be often overlooked. The biggest role of the takeaway is to position yourself in the most repetitive motion. The only way you can do this is with your big muscles and weight shift. Now as every one knows, your hands are… Read more →

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Yerkes-Dodson Law in golf

Yerkes-Dodson Law is a law that discusses the relationship between arousal and performance and how different task have a need for different levels of arousal. Being a person that played a sport like football back in the day, I am used to getting myself amped up for competition. That is great for football, but when it comes to golf, you… Read more →

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