Martin Chuck at Tour Striker Academy shows you why you top the ball and how to fix it.
Martin Chuck at Tour Striker Academy in Phoenix, Arizona explains hovering the club based on a tip he received as a young boy from George Knudson
I’m inviting you to advocate for yourself, defend your boundaries, and speak your truth—when it’s appropriate. Living like a victim or in fear is no way to live. Brooding and feeling resentful sucks.
Golfers shouldn’t be limited to using wedges when chipping and pitching from close range. Hybrids, irons and even your putter can all get the job done.
Martin Chuck uses a baseball swing to demonstrate the proper position of the body and weight for both drivers and fairway metals, and shorter irons.
Martin Chuck from Tour Striker has a terrific explanation of why you lose power in your swing and what you can do about it.
It’s pretty weird—golf is about hitting a ball, a physical thing. But we spend so much time thinking about thinking. We’re in our heads!
A great tip from Martin Chuck at Tour Striker on how you can become a better golfer by observing a totally different sport:
Many of the people that come to me are more than simply frustrated. They often feel inept and demoralized. It’s no exaggeration to say some feel despair.