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    with John Inman,
    former University of North Carolina Men's Golf Head Coach;
    12-year veteran of the PGA Tour

    Head Coach John Inman takes you through a series of demonstrations to highlight the importance of making good, smart decisions on the golf course. You will learn how to think your way around the course, reduce your score, and come to the course prepared for any situation. Inman emphasizes the importance of keeping your ego in check as he discusses club selection and setting up challenging shots from the tee box, fairway, bunker, rough and around the green. Course management techniques apply to every facet of the game. In addition to course management, Coach Inman answers the questions that every coach has about building a championship program, building team unity, finding effective assistant coaches, and handling successful players. This DVD contains excellent instruction from a top-notch pro and is a great tool for anyone who wants to take shots off their score.

    31 minutes. 2006.


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    with Jock Olson,
    PGA Master Professional
    and Rosemary Iverson,
    PGA/LPGA Professional

    Receive professional instruction on correcting the four most common miscues in golf: hitting a slice, hitting a hook, hitting behind the ball and topping the ball. Olson and Iverson first describe what causes these unfortunate results and then teach drills that will help you or your students fix the problem. 21 trouble-shooting drills focus on swing path, wrist roll, follow-through, weight transfer, posture, and arm motion. Olson and Iverson also include drills for improving your putting, chipping, and pitching. This video will help you become a better teacher or a better player!

    60 minutes. 2001.


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    with Jimmy Stobs,
    Barry University Head Men's Golf Coach;
    Back-to-Back NCAA Division II National Champions (2013-14); 3x National Championship Coach (2014, '13 & '07); 2x GCAA National Coach of the Year (2013 & 2007)

    The short game is arguably the most important element of golf! An effective short game can overcome poor drives and errant approach shots. Join short game guru Jimmy Stobs, two-time National Championship coach at Barry University, as he discusses best practices for strengthening this important component of play.

    Coach Stobs begins with an analysis of common putting, pitching and chipping errors followed by followed by techniques to correct these errors. He includes practice drills that can be used near the putting green and on the course to help players become more creative, more focused, and more confident in their ability to hit the proper shots with the proper clubs-not just for par but for birdies as well.

    Putting
    Coach Stobs shares three drills for training the most important aspect of successful putting - speed. The "Bumper," "Last Roll," and "Water Bottle" drills teach perfect line and speed. Two additional putting drills are included to help build confidence in short putts (six foot and in) and to eliminate cutting putts.

    Pitching, Chipping and Sand Work
    Coach Stobs explores common errors in pitching and chipping, and the techniques to correct them. He covers everything from the set-up to grip pressure to flipping of the hands. Also included in this section is a tried-and-true drill that focuses on using the bounce of the club.

    You will learn the correct set-up and swing angle to consistently get out of the sand and closer to the cup. Starting with the set-up, Stobs covers the stance and hand position to gain a better entry into the sand.

    Practice Drills
    The practice session closes with a series of six creative drills and variations designed to sharpen the short game. These drills help players practice the lob, gap, pitching and sand wedges in different situations from 120 yards and in. Bump and run and distance control, a fresh new look to master any shot from any distance around the green.

    Now, you can teach players how to save strokes after poorly hit tee shots and errant iron shots with proven tips, drills and techniques from this excellent video.

    43 minutes. 2014.


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    with Jimmy Stobs,
    Barry University Head Men's Golf Coach;
    Back-to-Back NCAA Division II National Champions (2013-14); 3x National Championship Coach (2014, '13 & '07); 2x GCAA National Coach of the Year (2013 & 2007)

    Golfers spend too much time at the driving range and not enough practicing on the golf course. In this creative new look at golf practice, two-time National Coach of the Year Jimmy Stobs shares four creative formats for practicing course management and improving decision-making skills, which enables the competitive and casual golfer to get the most out of his or her game.

    The objective of these formats is to teach golfers how to make good decisions on the course, especially when faced with challenging shots. For example, to improve concentration, players are instructed to deliberately hit into trouble spots and then focus on recovering. This is different from the "swing coach" approach that encourages golfers to practice only good shots.

    Also included in the DVD are three games that emphasize shot making, short game skills, and focusing on a target. All three games are easily added to any practice session and can make team practices more interesting and fun while providing immediate feedback.

    The information provided by Coach Stobs can be applied to a variety of skill levels. His on-course demonstrations clearly show how each drill and game should be performed. He includes a thorough analysis of how each drill can lead to lower scores. Players of all skill levels will enjoy these games and will reap the bene?ts of Stobs' years of experience and success at the collegiate level.

    Practicing on the course and away from the range can put players in tournament situations, which will increase their confidence when they need it most. This new look at golf practice can help golfers work on specific shots to build their repertoire for future tournaments.

    35 minutes. 2014.


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    with Christie Martens,
    Iowa State University Head Women's Golf Coach;
    2011 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
    2011 NGCA Central Region Coach of the Year;
    led the Cyclone program to its first-ever NCAA Championship berth in 2014; has coached 12 All-Big 12 players.

    To create championship-caliber golfers, coaches must know how to train essential skills from all distances - tee to green. Christie Martens, 2011 Big 12 Coach of the Year at Iowa State University, reveals 13 drills that she uses to help her golfers maximize their potential and lower their scores.

    Whether it's hitting one more fairway, holing out a bunker shot or draining a putt, Coach Martens has a drill to enhance your golfer's abilities. With Coach Martens' drills, you'll be able to keep your golfers focused on improving their game during practice while also challenging them with goal-oriented exercises.

    Putting Drills

    Coach Martens begins with the Penny Drill, which uses a coin to work on green reading and putting consistency. Once your golfers have learned how to read greens, the Box Drill can help them lock in on green speeds and lag putting. When Coach Martens and her golfers arrive at a tournament, the Box Drill is one of the first drills they set up and complete, because getting the feel for the speed of the putting surface is essential for lower scores.

    Four more putting drills are included, including the 3-6-9 Drill, Snail Drill, Makeables drill and Star Drill. These drills are designed to help your golfers make short putts, create in-match scenarios during practice, roll in birdie-distance putts and heighten concentration.

    Short Game

    While putting is important, many times golfers end up missing the green and must scramble to make par. The Win the Day drill is an exercise completed from the bunker in which Coach Martens requires golfers to hole out two bunker shots in order to end practice. Great for player confidence, this drill promotes keeping a low center of gravity and having the wrists pointed at the hips - two common elements of great bunker play.

    Coach Martens is also a big fan of using golf rings while working on chipping. By placing a 3-foot radius ring around the hole and having a golfer put down an 18-inch circle where they want their ball to land, you can teach your athletes how to pick a spot on the green to aim for while hitting a bump-and-run or pitch shot.

    Coach Martens also shares a wedge drill that improves touch and helps golfers calculate the distances they hit their wedges. She believes it's a great idea to log wedge distances and keep them on hand during a competitive round.

    Distance Shots

    Three long-distance drills focus on improving the creativity, accuracy and consistency of your golfers from the rough and from the tee box. The Deep Rough Drill requires players to drop a ball into the rough, adjust their setup, grip down on the club and use a steeper swing to strike the ball solidly in thicker grass. Calculating the influence of the wind and selecting the right club is paramount in the 8-Ball Drill, which can also be used to practice fading and drawing the ball.

    Challenging your golfers to meet drill goals in practice will prepare them for success in upcoming tournament rounds. You will see your players become more confident on the course which will lead to more putts dropping in the hole for lower scores on the card!

    45 minutes. 2016.


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  • 12/18/18--22:00: ISU Golf 2-Pack
  • GLVD-04943: with Christie Martens,
    Iowa State University Head Women's Golf Coach;
    2011 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
    2011 NGCA Central Region Coach of the Year;
    led the Cyclone program to its first-ever NCAA Championship berth in 2014; has coached 12 All-Big 12 players.

    To create championship-caliber golfers, coaches must know how to train essential skills from all distances - tee to green. Christie Martens, 2011 Big 12 Coach of the Year at Iowa State University, reveals 13 drills that she uses to help her golfers maximize their potential and lower their scores.

    Whether it's hitting one more fairway, holing out a bunker shot or draining a putt, Coach Martens has a drill to enhance your golfer's abilities. With Coach Martens' drills, you'll be able to keep your golfers focused on improving their game during practice while also challenging them with goal-oriented exercises.

    Putting Drills

    Coach Martens begins with the Penny Drill, which uses a coin to work on green reading and putting consistency. Once your golfers have learned how to read greens, the Box Drill can help them lock in on green speeds and lag putting. When Coach Martens and her golfers arrive at a tournament, the Box Drill is one of the first drills they set up and complete, because getting the feel for the speed of the putting surface is essential for lower scores.

    Four more putting drills are included, including the 3-6-9 Drill, Snail Drill, Makeables drill and Star Drill. These drills are designed to help your golfers make short putts, create in-match scenarios during practice, roll in birdie-distance putts and heighten concentration.

    Short Game

    While putting is important, many times golfers end up missing the green and must scramble to make par. The Win the Day drill is an exercise completed from the bunker in which Coach Martens requires golfers to hole out two bunker shots in order to end practice. Great for player confidence, this drill promotes keeping a low center of gravity and having the wrists pointed at the hips - two common elements of great bunker play.

    Coach Martens is also a big fan of using golf rings while working on chipping. By placing a 3-foot radius ring around the hole and having a golfer put down an 18-inch circle where they want their ball to land, you can teach your athletes how to pick a spot on the green to aim for while hitting a bump-and-run or pitch shot.

    Coach Martens also shares a wedge drill that improves touch and helps golfers calculate the distances they hit their wedges. She believes it's a great idea to log wedge distances and keep them on hand during a competitive round.

    Distance Shots

    Three long-distance drills focus on improving the creativity, accuracy and consistency of your golfers from the rough and from the tee box. The Deep Rough Drill requires players to drop a ball into the rough, adjust their setup, grip down on the club and use a steeper swing to strike the ball solidly in thicker grass. Calculating the influence of the wind and selecting the right club is paramount in the 8-Ball Drill, which can also be used to practice fading and drawing the ball.

    Challenging your golfers to meet drill goals in practice will prepare them for success in upcoming tournament rounds. You will see your players become more confident on the course which will lead to more putts dropping in the hole for lower scores on the card!

    45 minutes. 2016.



    GLVD-04944: with Andrew Tank,
    Iowa State University Head Men's Golf Coach;
    led the Cyclones to the NCAA Championship in 2013-14;
    has coached two All-Americans and five All-Big 12 players at ISU; captain of the University of Minnesota's 2002 NCAA Championship team.

    Over the course of his coaching career, Andrew Tank has developed a formula for golf practice that he uses to ensure his players learn the skills of the game and perform well throughout the season. In this video, you'll receive 23 drills, games and variations that focus on refining putting and chipping technique. Coach Tank believes that using a mix of blocked (constant) and varied (random) practice will equip golfers with the knowledge and confidence they need to play their best during competition.

    Blocked practice helps give players confirmation that they are executing the chosen fundamentals correctly by completing one repetition after another in a controlled environment. Coach Tank explains that since it's more constant, blocked practice serves as a time of internal focus for a golfer.

    Meanwhile, varied practice will allow your athletes to work on their mental process, judgment, and feel for adapting to different lies and conditions. More random in nature, varied practice focuses on external factors, such as changes in trajectory, distance and shot routine.

    Putting Drills and Games

    Coach Tank runs through five drills and 10 performance games for putting. The drills are made for the blocked portion of practice and look to improve skills like green reading, face angle control of the club, making center contact on the face of the club, and rise angle of the stroke.

    Once a golfer has mastered their ability to read greens, they must repeat their stroke until to perfect it. You'll learn to keep the face of the club square, contact the ball in the center of the blade, and generate topspin for a pure roll - all essential elements in developing a great putter.

    To add competitiveness to practice, Coach Tank introduces a variety of performance games. These games utilize goals and pressure, and provide scenarios that are similar to what golfers will face during a round. Coach Tank's games work on two-putting, speed control, holing out long putts, dealing with different breaks and finishing under pressure.

    A drill that your players are sure to love is "Battleship," a partner game in which each golfer stands next to a hole and hits putts simultaneously until one of them makes it and scores a point.

    Short Game Drills for Skills

    The final portion of the video covers eight exercises for chip shots around the green. You will learn drills that focus on keeping weight on the lead foot and hitting down on the ball, as well as ways to correct a player who's being too "handsy" or "scooping" the ball on contact. Coach Tank also covers club selection, trajectory and distance control for chipping.

    Coach Tank's instruction is clear, concise, and will provide you with some new ideas to use at your practices. All of the drills and games shown in this video can be used in an individual or group environment, making this a great resource for an instructor who gives personal lessons or a coach of a team.

    80 minutes. 2016.




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    with Rick LaRose,
    former Director of Golf and Head Golf Coach,
    University of Arizona,
    only coach to win National Championships in both men s and women s golf

    LaRose delivers 14 short game drills that will help you or your team tackle putting, pitching, and chipping. These drills will reinforce proper swing and putting principles, will help improve accuracy and distance control, and most importantly, will help golfers gain confidence. These drills can easily be incorporated into a team practice and translate easily to competition. LaRose also teaches simple full swing fundamentals that you can teach or learn regardless of your experience.

    43 minutes. 2001.


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    GLD-02444A: with Tina Mickelson,
    PGA Class A Golf Professional, Golf Channel featured instructor/host, syndicated author - 1.5+ million newspapers/websites, Editor/PR Director for Golf for Enlightenment (Dr. Deepak Chopra), golf analyst for ESPN Radio and Sporting News radio.
    Tina Mickelson has been around golf her entire life - in fact, PGA Tour Professional and 2004 Master's champion Phil Mickelson and University of San Diego head golf coach Tim Mickelson are her brothers!

    Tina Mickelson shares a wealth of golf knowledge in these tips and drills! Learn how to correct common mistakes that occur in pressure situations. Develop the rhythm, timing, and tempo required to maximize your distance and create consistency in your shots. Learn how to effectively play the wind and get maximum distance when shooting with a tail wind. Eliminate shanking, hit the sweet spot, and control the trajectory of your shots. Follow these simple tips and drills and become a smarter, more consistent golfer!

    39 minutes. 2005.

    GLD-02444B: with Tina Mickelson,
    PGA Class A Golf Professional, Golf Channel featured instructor/host, syndicated author - 1.5+ million newspapers/websites, Editor/PR Director for Golf for Enlightenment (Dr. Deepak Chopra), golf analyst for ESPN Radio and Sporting News radio.
    Tina Mickelson has been around golf her entire life - in fact, PGA Tour Professional and 2004 Master's champion Phil Mickelson and University of San Diego head golf coach Tim Mickelson are her brothers!

    Many players restrict their short game by making simple mistakes in chipping, putting, and bunker play. In this valuable DVD, Tina Mickelson identifies these common problems and demonstrates simple and effective ways to correct them. Learn solutions to two common errors for the bump-and-run shot. Discover Mickelson's personal set-up checklist for all wedge shots. Improve your play from tight lies and learn how to hit a great lob shot. Play bunker shots with confidence and avoid common mistakes by utilizing stance variations, the proper grip, and knowing how to strike the ball. Become an effective putter by eliminating club acceleration and wrist action mistakes. Learn how to find the right line on a putt, how to handle downhill putts, how to putt in a stiff wind, how to putt from the fringe, and how to improve your distance control. After eliminating common errors and practicing Mickelson's proven fundamentals, you will lower your scores and your confidence will soar!

    41 minutes. 2005.

    GLD-02444C: with Tina Mickelson,
    PGA Class A Golf Professional, Golf Channel featured instructor/host, syndicated author - 1.5+ million newspapers/websites, Editor/PR Director for Golf for Enlightenment (Dr. Deepak Chopra), golf analyst for ESPN Radio and Sporting News radio.
    Tina Mickelson has been around golf her entire life - in fact, PGA Tour Professional and 2004 Master's champion Phil Mickelson and University of San Diego head golf coach Tim Mickelson are her brothers!

    In this instructional DVD, Tina Mickelson tackles the most critical shots in a golfer's short game: the bump-and-run, the pitch shot, the lob shot, and the putt. Learn proper club selection for every shot in your short game. Improve your distance control and accuracy when utilizing the bump-and-run. Get the proper trajectory on your pitch shots and lobs shots by checking your stance, your ball alignment, club head speed, and your ability to trust in your shot. Discover Mickelson's "best kept secret in golf" - effectively striking the severe downhill chip shot. Coach yourself by using four effective drills for maximizing your putting accuracy, learn how to setup to the ball, grip the club, and get proper distance on your shot. It's time to take advantage of those easy birdie opportunities and Tina Mickelson will show you how!

    30 minutes. 2005.

    GLD-02444D: with Tina Mickelson,
    PGA Class A Golf Professional, Golf Channel featured instructor/host, syndicated author - 1.5+ million newspapers/websites, Editor/PR Director for Golf for Enlightenment (Dr. Deepak Chopra), golf analyst for ESPN Radio and Sporting News radio.
    Tina Mickelson has been around golf her entire life - in fact, PGA Tour Professional and 2004 Master's champion Phil Mickelson and University of San Diego head golf coach Tim Mickelson are her brothers!

    In this video, Tina Mickelson shares her knowledge on how simplifying the basics can improve your game. Learn the grip, set-up, and address position in an easy to understand whole-part-whole teaching method that will allow you to improve your full swing with woods or irons. Discover better ball control by utilizing various grips, stances, and alignments. Utilize practice drills that teach proper muscle memory and alignment of the feet, knees, hips, and shoulders. Learn to maximize club head velocity, apply optimal trajectory, keep the club head square at contact, and maximize your distance. Play any lie like a pro! By following Mickelson's demonstrations and recommendations, your golf game will see immediate improvement!

    31 minutes. 2005.


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  • 12/18/18--22:00: Coaching the Golf Swing
  • with Dan Brooks, Duke University Women's Head Golf Coach;
    2014 NCAA Champions!
    6x NCAA Champions; 17x ACC Champions, the most wins (114) of any women's golf coach in NCAA DI history

    Join five-time Women's National Championship Coach, Dan Brooks of Duke University as he goes through Full Swing Technique Drills.

    Start out by getting a breakdown of the proper fundamentals of the grip, stance and posture, ball position and see how swing plane and alignment are crucial to the swing. Coach Brooks then gives you a quick look at a full golf lesson teaching you the most important aspects of the beginning and end of each lesson. During the golf lesson you will understand the processes it takes to give the proper feedback to your player and what questions to ask them during the lesson. Discover how "pace of improvement" is important with players you work with. Then gain knowledge of using video to analyze your players' wing flaws, which allows the athlete to "see" vs what they feel.

    Finally, Director of Golf Sports Performance at Duke University, Alex Merrill, discusses strength and conditioning exercises to prepare golfers to practice and play at a high level. Coach Merrill discusses foam roller exercises for the ankle, knees, hips, spine and shoulders; as well as dynamic warm-up exercises for injury prevention and to build balance stability and strength.

    77 minutes. 2014.


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    GLD-04502A: with Jimmy Stobs,
    Barry University Head Men's Golf Coach;
    Back-to-Back NCAA Division II National Champions (2013-14); 3x National Championship Coach (2014, '13 & '07); 2x GCAA National Coach of the Year (2013 & 2007)

    The short game is arguably the most important element of golf! An effective short game can overcome poor drives and errant approach shots. Join short game guru Jimmy Stobs, two-time National Championship coach at Barry University, as he discusses best practices for strengthening this important component of play.

    Coach Stobs begins with an analysis of common putting, pitching and chipping errors followed by followed by techniques to correct these errors. He includes practice drills that can be used near the putting green and on the course to help players become more creative, more focused, and more confident in their ability to hit the proper shots with the proper clubs-not just for par but for birdies as well.

    Putting
    Coach Stobs shares three drills for training the most important aspect of successful putting - speed. The "Bumper," "Last Roll," and "Water Bottle" drills teach perfect line and speed. Two additional putting drills are included to help build confidence in short putts (six foot and in) and to eliminate cutting putts.

    Pitching, Chipping and Sand Work
    Coach Stobs explores common errors in pitching and chipping, and the techniques to correct them. He covers everything from the set-up to grip pressure to flipping of the hands. Also included in this section is a tried-and-true drill that focuses on using the bounce of the club.

    You will learn the correct set-up and swing angle to consistently get out of the sand and closer to the cup. Starting with the set-up, Stobs covers the stance and hand position to gain a better entry into the sand.

    Practice Drills
    The practice session closes with a series of six creative drills and variations designed to sharpen the short game. These drills help players practice the lob, gap, pitching and sand wedges in different situations from 120 yards and in. Bump and run and distance control, a fresh new look to master any shot from any distance around the green.

    Now, you can teach players how to save strokes after poorly hit tee shots and errant iron shots with proven tips, drills and techniques from this excellent video.

    43 minutes. 2014.



    GLD-04502B: with Jimmy Stobs,
    Barry University Head Men's Golf Coach;
    Back-to-Back NCAA Division II National Champions (2013-14); 3x National Championship Coach (2014, '13 & '07); 2x GCAA National Coach of the Year (2013 & 2007)

    Golfers spend too much time at the driving range and not enough practicing on the golf course. In this creative new look at golf practice, two-time National Coach of the Year Jimmy Stobs shares four creative formats for practicing course management and improving decision-making skills, which enables the competitive and casual golfer to get the most out of his or her game.

    The objective of these formats is to teach golfers how to make good decisions on the course, especially when faced with challenging shots. For example, to improve concentration, players are instructed to deliberately hit into trouble spots and then focus on recovering. This is different from the "swing coach" approach that encourages golfers to practice only good shots.

    Also included in the DVD are three games that emphasize shot making, short game skills, and focusing on a target. All three games are easily added to any practice session and can make team practices more interesting and fun while providing immediate feedback.

    The information provided by Coach Stobs can be applied to a variety of skill levels. His on-course demonstrations clearly show how each drill and game should be performed. He includes a thorough analysis of how each drill can lead to lower scores. Players of all skill levels will enjoy these games and will reap the bene?ts of Stobs' years of experience and success at the collegiate level.

    Practicing on the course and away from the range can put players in tournament situations, which will increase their confidence when they need it most. This new look at golf practice can help golfers work on specific shots to build their repertoire for future tournaments.

    35 minutes. 2014.




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