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  • 12/06/14--22:00: A Golfer's Workout
  • with Jamie Bermel,
    Head Men's Coach,
    Colorado State University; 2004 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year;
    and Jeff Reinardy,
    Winona State University Strength and Conditioning Coach (Basketball);
    former Head Strength Coach
    for Olympic Sports,
    Iowa State University

    During a round of 18 holes, you can walk up to four miles. Combined with the weight of your bag, you may see your game start to fade on the final holes. In this video, Jamie Bermel and Jeff Reinardy take you step-by-step through proper weight training techniques to help you develop golf-specific strength. Included is a stretching plan, and exercises for the upper body, lower body, and trunk. Next, Reinardy incorporates these exercises into a two day per week workout program that can be used in-season or during the off-season. Get greater distance on your drives, increase your flexibility, and develop better body control for more accurate shots. A great video for golfers and coaches of any skill level!
    1999. 57 minutes. ISBN 1-56404-190-5.


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  • 10/02/17--21:00: Putting and Short Game
  • with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    High-level performance on and around the putting green is what separates good and great golfers. Even if your players are not striking the ball well off the tee or hitting irons as accurately as you'd like, a refined short game can help you make up for it and shoot low scores.

    In this video, Concordia University Texas head coach Chris Hill gives you 16 of the drills he uses with his team to make sure they're maximizing their putting and chipping. You'll learn Coach Hill's methods for getting players aligned correctly, what drills to use to get used to green speed at every course, and how to help golfers find out which club they should use for various chipping scenarios.

    Putting Fundamentals

    Coach Hill begins with alignment, swing path, and green reading drills that lay the foundation for successful putting. Items used in these drills include chalk, alignment sticks, tees, and even a laser. In every drill shown, Hill stresses the importance of going through the golfer's normal pre-putt routine to make each rep as similar to a competitive round as possible.

    Upon completion of these drills, players will be able to get their feet, shoulders, and putter face in position for a consistent stroke. Additionally, golfers will learn to to straighten their swing path and recognize where the ball should roll on every putt, including the apex of the ball's path and where it will drop into the hole.

    Determining Speed

    Once athletes are sure they can line up and aim consistently, the next step in the process is striking putts with the right speed. Coach Hill provides three drills with speed as the chief focus, promoting the idea of hitting the ball hard enough to just get past the hole as the ideal scenario. Golfers will work on rolling the ball from different distances as they calibrate their feel for how fast the course's greens are playing.

    Beyond the three speed-specific drills, Hill shows you additional putting exercises designed to put everything together, including Seventy-Four, Birdies and Pars, the Ladder Drill, The Tornado, and Blind Gate Drills.

    Chipping Drill

    The final drill details how Hill helps his golfers pick which club to use for bump and runs, pitches, and flop shots. You'll see how tracking the average distance to the hole from balls hit by each club can ensure the statistics are tilted in your favor on the course.

    Whether you're a player or coach, this series of drills from Coach Hill will provide you with great short game improvement options. Begin shooting lower scores today!

    44 minutes. 2017.


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    with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    Coach Hill demonstrates 15 of his favorite competitive drills that have helped his team improve its putting and chipping. Many of these drills are game-like in nature and force golfers to hit putts and chips under pressure, which can pay dividends once players hit the course come tournament time. In addition to adding a "weight" to each stroke of the club with stakes on the line, the nature of these drills can foster a fun practice environment and bring your team closer together.

    Putting Drills

    You'll get 12 putting exercises that provide incentive to perform at a high level, whether it's to continue making putts to avoid starting the drill over, direct competition against teammates, or even tangible rewards for winning like a can of soda or sleeve of golf balls. Coach Hill explains the benefits of each drill, which include converting two-putts, getting the correct speed down, and becoming more comfortable with putts from common distances. Drills include:

    • The Tornado - Match-play putting between two people.
    • Putting Circle - Great short-range drill to begin or end practice with.
    • The Four Corners - Helps players avoid three-putts.
    • Twenty-One - Fun game between partners that uses two holes.
    • The Soda Can - Winner gets to keep the soda.
    • Champion - Coach Hill's team completes this drill after every practice and round.
    • Pool - Make your balls and the "8-ball" before your opponents.

    Chipping Drills

    Coach Hill presents three chipping drills with goals of sticking the ball close to the hole and getting up-and-down. One advanced wrinkle that he likes to add to chipping practice is to have players move their ball back a club's length after every chip, that way golfers are tasked with more than a tap-in on the ensuing putt. Your players will especially enjoy the Target Golf drill, which is a lot like darts on a golf green.

    Practicing putting and chipping shouldn't be 'a drag' for your team to do. With Coach Hill's competitive drills shown in this video, golfers will have fun as they compete against themselves and their peers to become a champion of the short game!

    42 minutes. 2017.


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  • 10/02/17--21:00: 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 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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  • 10/02/17--21:00: Drills for Golf 2-Pack
  • GLD-05160A:

    with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    Coach Hill demonstrates 15 of his favorite competitive drills that have helped his team improve its putting and chipping. Many of these drills are game-like in nature and force golfers to hit putts and chips under pressure, which can pay dividends once players hit the course come tournament time. In addition to adding a "weight" to each stroke of the club with stakes on the line, the nature of these drills can foster a fun practice environment and bring your team closer together.

    Putting Drills

    You'll get 12 putting exercises that provide incentive to perform at a high level, whether it's to continue making putts to avoid starting the drill over, direct competition against teammates, or even tangible rewards for winning like a can of soda or sleeve of golf balls. Coach Hill explains the benefits of each drill, which include converting two-putts, getting the correct speed down, and becoming more comfortable with putts from common distances. Drills include:

    • The Tornado - Match-play putting between two people.
    • Putting Circle - Great short-range drill to begin or end practice with.
    • The Four Corners - Helps players avoid three-putts.
    • Twenty-One - Fun game between partners that uses two holes.
    • The Soda Can - Winner gets to keep the soda.
    • Champion - Coach Hill's team completes this drill after every practice and round.
    • Pool - Make your balls and the "8-ball" before your opponents.

    Chipping Drills

    Coach Hill presents three chipping drills with goals of sticking the ball close to the hole and getting up-and-down. One advanced wrinkle that he likes to add to chipping practice is to have players move their ball back a club's length after every chip, that way golfers are tasked with more than a tap-in on the ensuing putt. Your players will especially enjoy the Target Golf drill, which is a lot like darts on a golf green.

    Practicing putting and chipping shouldn't be 'a drag' for your team to do. With Coach Hill's competitive drills shown in this video, golfers will have fun as they compete against themselves and their peers to become a champion of the short game!

    42 minutes. 2017.



    GLD-05160B:

    with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    High-level performance on and around the putting green is what separates good and great golfers. Even if your players are not striking the ball well off the tee or hitting irons as accurately as you'd like, a refined short game can help you make up for it and shoot low scores.

    In this video, Concordia University Texas head coach Chris Hill gives you 16 of the drills he uses with his team to make sure they're maximizing their putting and chipping. You'll learn Coach Hill's methods for getting players aligned correctly, what drills to use to get used to green speed at every course, and how to help golfers find out which club they should use for various chipping scenarios.

    Putting Fundamentals

    Coach Hill begins with alignment, swing path, and green reading drills that lay the foundation for successful putting. Items used in these drills include chalk, alignment sticks, tees, and even a laser. In every drill shown, Hill stresses the importance of going through the golfer's normal pre-putt routine to make each rep as similar to a competitive round as possible.

    Upon completion of these drills, players will be able to get their feet, shoulders, and putter face in position for a consistent stroke. Additionally, golfers will learn to to straighten their swing path and recognize where the ball should roll on every putt, including the apex of the ball's path and where it will drop into the hole.

    Determining Speed

    Once athletes are sure they can line up and aim consistently, the next step in the process is striking putts with the right speed. Coach Hill provides three drills with speed as the chief focus, promoting the idea of hitting the ball hard enough to just get past the hole as the ideal scenario. Golfers will work on rolling the ball from different distances as they calibrate their feel for how fast the course's greens are playing.

    Beyond the three speed-specific drills, Hill shows you additional putting exercises designed to put everything together, including Seventy-Four, Birdies and Pars, the Ladder Drill, The Tornado, and Blind Gate Drills.

    Chipping Drill

    The final drill details how Hill helps his golfers pick which club to use for bump and runs, pitches, and flop shots. You'll see how tracking the average distance to the hole from balls hit by each club can ensure the statistics are tilted in your favor on the course.

    Whether you're a player or coach, this series of drills from Coach Hill will provide you with great short game improvement options. Begin shooting lower scores today!

    44 minutes. 2017.




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    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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  • 06/14/18--22:00: ISU Golf 2-Pack
  • GLD-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.



    GLD-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 Head Coach University of Arizona;
    only coach to win National Championships in both men's and women's golf

    The key to great golf practices is to construct them with specific goals in mind. In this video, Coach LaRose takes you through the steps that will allow you to plan outstanding practices for your team. First, LaRose shows you how to evaluate yourself and your players so that you can focus on the skills your team needs most. Then, once you set goals for your season, he helps you develop a time schedule for your practice, taking into account your facilities, allotted time, and available equipment. Finally, Coach LaRose demonstrates several drill stations that will allow your players to work on their putting, driving, short and long shots, and chipping. Following this guide will allow your team to start practicing with a purpose today!

    38 minutes. 2004.


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    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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    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.


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  • 10/19/18--22:00: How To Coach Golf
  • with Patrick Goss, Northwestern University Men's Head Coach;
    1997 National Collegiate Coach of the Year,
    4-time Big Ten Coach of the Year

    In this video, Patrick Goss reveals the coaching techniques that have made his Wildcat teams NCAA contenders. Learn how to prepare your team for competition, how to coach your team during the practice round, get the specifics on what to look for in your golfers during practice as they work on each phase of their game, discover his motivational techniques, and learn how to set-up and run qualifiers. Next, Goss shares his insights into the most commonly asked questions high school and junior golf coaches face, including: "How can I coach golf if I'm not a golf pro?", "How do I keep my reserve golfers motivated?", and "What do college coaches look for when recruiting golfers?" This tape will help you create an enthusiastic atmosphere around your team and help your athletes improve their golf!

    1999. 47 minutes.


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  • 10/19/18--22:00: Golf Practice Drills Series
  • GLD-01444A: 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

    You don t have to be a PGA Pro to be an effective golf coach. Rick LaRose provides you with essential steps for building a competitive program including effective practice organization. LaRose highlights key statistics that are vital to your team s success and how these statistics relate to your practice routine. Taking these ideas to the course, LaRose demonstrates a six station short game routine to get the most from your practice time. He highlights additional stations such as mid-irons, long game, and putting that can easily be added to your practice plan.

    36 minutes. 2001.

    GLD-01444B: 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.

    GLD-01444C: 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 Gregg Grost,
    Executive Director, Golf Coaches Association of America;
    former Men's Head Coach, University of Oklahoma,
    two-time GCAA Coach of the Year;
    and Todd Selders, Head Coach Southern Methodist University;
    former Men's Assistant Golf Coach, University of Oklahoma

    Todd Selders, former Men's Assistant Golf Coach at Oklahoma, opens this video with a look at running a successful golf program. Selders was named 1996 High School Coach of the Year in Texas after his team finished runner-up in the Texas 5A state golf tournament. Presented are tips on keeping your athletes enthusiastic, developing a team notebook with rules, schedules, and phone numbers, a typical weekly schedule for golf practice, an off-season strength training program, and tips to improve your golfers in the off-season and pre-season. Next, Selders joins Gregg Grost for a look at various drills and games that can be incorporated into your practice sessions to work on ball striking, putting, chipping, and sand play. These drills will help your athletes develop correct wrist cock, stance, alignment, ball position, distance control for putting, short putts, buried lies in the sand, sand shots of varying length, and more. A great video to help organize your team and your program!
    1999. 38 minutes. ISBN 1-56404-183-2.


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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

    You don t have to be a PGA Pro to be an effective golf coach. Rick LaRose provides you with essential steps for building a competitive program including effective practice organization. LaRose highlights key statistics that are vital to your team s success and how these statistics relate to your practice routine. Taking these ideas to the course, LaRose demonstrates a six station short game routine to get the most from your practice time. He highlights additional stations such as mid-irons, long game, and putting that can easily be added to your practice plan.

    36 minutes. 2001.


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    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 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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  • 10/19/18--22:00: Putting and Short Game
  • with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    High-level performance on and around the putting green is what separates good and great golfers. Even if your players are not striking the ball well off the tee or hitting irons as accurately as you'd like, a refined short game can help you make up for it and shoot low scores.

    In this video, Concordia University Texas head coach Chris Hill gives you 16 of the drills he uses with his team to make sure they're maximizing their putting and chipping. You'll learn Coach Hill's methods for getting players aligned correctly, what drills to use to get used to green speed at every course, and how to help golfers find out which club they should use for various chipping scenarios.

    Putting Fundamentals

    Coach Hill begins with alignment, swing path, and green reading drills that lay the foundation for successful putting. Items used in these drills include chalk, alignment sticks, tees, and even a laser. In every drill shown, Hill stresses the importance of going through the golfer's normal pre-putt routine to make each rep as similar to a competitive round as possible.

    Upon completion of these drills, players will be able to get their feet, shoulders, and putter face in position for a consistent stroke. Additionally, golfers will learn to to straighten their swing path and recognize where the ball should roll on every putt, including the apex of the ball's path and where it will drop into the hole.

    Determining Speed

    Once athletes are sure they can line up and aim consistently, the next step in the process is striking putts with the right speed. Coach Hill provides three drills with speed as the chief focus, promoting the idea of hitting the ball hard enough to just get past the hole as the ideal scenario. Golfers will work on rolling the ball from different distances as they calibrate their feel for how fast the course's greens are playing.

    Beyond the three speed-specific drills, Hill shows you additional putting exercises designed to put everything together, including Seventy-Four, Birdies and Pars, the Ladder Drill, The Tornado, and Blind Gate Drills.

    Chipping Drill

    The final drill details how Hill helps his golfers pick which club to use for bump and runs, pitches, and flop shots. You'll see how tracking the average distance to the hole from balls hit by each club can ensure the statistics are tilted in your favor on the course.

    Whether you're a player or coach, this series of drills from Coach Hill will provide you with great short game improvement options. Begin shooting lower scores today!

    44 minutes. 2017.


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    with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    Coach Hill demonstrates 15 of his favorite competitive drills that have helped his team improve its putting and chipping. Many of these drills are game-like in nature and force golfers to hit putts and chips under pressure, which can pay dividends once players hit the course come tournament time. In addition to adding a "weight" to each stroke of the club with stakes on the line, the nature of these drills can foster a fun practice environment and bring your team closer together.

    Putting Drills

    You'll get 12 putting exercises that provide incentive to perform at a high level, whether it's to continue making putts to avoid starting the drill over, direct competition against teammates, or even tangible rewards for winning like a can of soda or sleeve of golf balls. Coach Hill explains the benefits of each drill, which include converting two-putts, getting the correct speed down, and becoming more comfortable with putts from common distances. Drills include:

    • The Tornado - Match-play putting between two people.
    • Putting Circle - Great short-range drill to begin or end practice with.
    • The Four Corners - Helps players avoid three-putts.
    • Twenty-One - Fun game between partners that uses two holes.
    • The Soda Can - Winner gets to keep the soda.
    • Champion - Coach Hill's team completes this drill after every practice and round.
    • Pool - Make your balls and the "8-ball" before your opponents.

    Chipping Drills

    Coach Hill presents three chipping drills with goals of sticking the ball close to the hole and getting up-and-down. One advanced wrinkle that he likes to add to chipping practice is to have players move their ball back a club's length after every chip, that way golfers are tasked with more than a tap-in on the ensuing putt. Your players will especially enjoy the Target Golf drill, which is a lot like darts on a golf green.

    Practicing putting and chipping shouldn't be 'a drag' for your team to do. With Coach Hill's competitive drills shown in this video, golfers will have fun as they compete against themselves and their peers to become a champion of the short game!

    42 minutes. 2017.


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  • 10/19/18--22:00: Drills for Golf 2-Pack
  • GLD-05160A:

    with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    Coach Hill demonstrates 15 of his favorite competitive drills that have helped his team improve its putting and chipping. Many of these drills are game-like in nature and force golfers to hit putts and chips under pressure, which can pay dividends once players hit the course come tournament time. In addition to adding a "weight" to each stroke of the club with stakes on the line, the nature of these drills can foster a fun practice environment and bring your team closer together.

    Putting Drills

    You'll get 12 putting exercises that provide incentive to perform at a high level, whether it's to continue making putts to avoid starting the drill over, direct competition against teammates, or even tangible rewards for winning like a can of soda or sleeve of golf balls. Coach Hill explains the benefits of each drill, which include converting two-putts, getting the correct speed down, and becoming more comfortable with putts from common distances. Drills include:

    • The Tornado - Match-play putting between two people.
    • Putting Circle - Great short-range drill to begin or end practice with.
    • The Four Corners - Helps players avoid three-putts.
    • Twenty-One - Fun game between partners that uses two holes.
    • The Soda Can - Winner gets to keep the soda.
    • Champion - Coach Hill's team completes this drill after every practice and round.
    • Pool - Make your balls and the "8-ball" before your opponents.

    Chipping Drills

    Coach Hill presents three chipping drills with goals of sticking the ball close to the hole and getting up-and-down. One advanced wrinkle that he likes to add to chipping practice is to have players move their ball back a club's length after every chip, that way golfers are tasked with more than a tap-in on the ensuing putt. Your players will especially enjoy the Target Golf drill, which is a lot like darts on a golf green.

    Practicing putting and chipping shouldn't be 'a drag' for your team to do. With Coach Hill's competitive drills shown in this video, golfers will have fun as they compete against themselves and their peers to become a champion of the short game!

    42 minutes. 2017.



    GLD-05160B:

    with Chris Hill,
    Concordia University Texas Head Coach;
    2016 ASC Conference Champions - first in program history;
    2016 Division III National Coach of the Year finalist;
    coach of the 2015 Palmer Cup U.S. team;
    2014 Jan Strickland Award recipient at the University of Houston, given to the nation's top assistant coach.

    High-level performance on and around the putting green is what separates good and great golfers. Even if your players are not striking the ball well off the tee or hitting irons as accurately as you'd like, a refined short game can help you make up for it and shoot low scores.

    In this video, Concordia University Texas head coach Chris Hill gives you 16 of the drills he uses with his team to make sure they're maximizing their putting and chipping. You'll learn Coach Hill's methods for getting players aligned correctly, what drills to use to get used to green speed at every course, and how to help golfers find out which club they should use for various chipping scenarios.

    Putting Fundamentals

    Coach Hill begins with alignment, swing path, and green reading drills that lay the foundation for successful putting. Items used in these drills include chalk, alignment sticks, tees, and even a laser. In every drill shown, Hill stresses the importance of going through the golfer's normal pre-putt routine to make each rep as similar to a competitive round as possible.

    Upon completion of these drills, players will be able to get their feet, shoulders, and putter face in position for a consistent stroke. Additionally, golfers will learn to to straighten their swing path and recognize where the ball should roll on every putt, including the apex of the ball's path and where it will drop into the hole.

    Determining Speed

    Once athletes are sure they can line up and aim consistently, the next step in the process is striking putts with the right speed. Coach Hill provides three drills with speed as the chief focus, promoting the idea of hitting the ball hard enough to just get past the hole as the ideal scenario. Golfers will work on rolling the ball from different distances as they calibrate their feel for how fast the course's greens are playing.

    Beyond the three speed-specific drills, Hill shows you additional putting exercises designed to put everything together, including Seventy-Four, Birdies and Pars, the Ladder Drill, The Tornado, and Blind Gate Drills.

    Chipping Drill

    The final drill details how Hill helps his golfers pick which club to use for bump and runs, pitches, and flop shots. You'll see how tracking the average distance to the hole from balls hit by each club can ensure the statistics are tilted in your favor on the course.

    Whether you're a player or coach, this series of drills from Coach Hill will provide you with great short game improvement options. Begin shooting lower scores today!

    44 minutes. 2017.




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