• Lie Angle

    Lie Angle

    March 19th, 2012 | Brech's Blog | Brech Spradley | Comments Off on Lie Angle

    Lie angle is the angle made between the clubhead and shaft. The lie angle of the club establishes the directional loft of the club. This is why improper lie angle on clubs will more than likely cause directional problems for the golfer. Clubs with too upright a lie have a tendency to pull the ball […]

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    Let’s Talk Sand Wedges

    March 19th, 2012 | Brech's Blog | Brech Spradley | Comments Off on Let’s Talk Sand Wedges

    Let’s Talk Sand Wedges   Golfers hit wedges more often during a round than any other club in the bag, other than the putter and driver.  As a result, it is important that golfers have an understanding of wedge design, function, and playability.  And, the better a golfer’s wedge game, the fewer amount of putts […]

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    Dial in your bunker shots

    July 25th, 2011 | Brech's Blog, Golf Tips | Brech Spradley | Comments Off on Dial in your bunker shots

    The green side bunker shot has long been one of the scariest shots for beginners in the game, whereas, top players consider bunker shots one of the easiest shots to play.  In a bunker shot, you can hit the ball three different ways and end up with the same result in terms of distance.  You […]

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    Work on the mental game

    February 18th, 2011 | Brech's Blog, Golf Tips | Brech Spradley | Comments Off on Work on the mental game

    As a golf instructor who loves teaching the mechanics of the golf swing and short game, I certainly understand the importance of a strong mental game. Once a player gets to a proficient level with technique, it is time to think of exploring the mental aspects of the game.  The best system that I have found for […]

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