Michael Breed at the PGA Show: Your Questions Answered (Part 1)

Posted: February 10, 2011

Team Titleist had a blast catching up with longtime Titleist Advisory Staff Member Michael Breed while down in Orlando, Fla., recently for the 2011 PGA Merchandise Show.

Michael – the Head PGA Professional at Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale, N.Y., and host of Golf Channel's popular golf instructional show, "The Golf Fix" – was gracious enough to spend some time answering questions submitted by members of Team Titleist, working from an impromptu set in the Titleist booth on the show floor. (Thanks, Michael!)

Check out Michael's answers to five of those questions in the videos below. We'll post his answers to more of your questions soon.

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Dan B. asks: Hi Michael, I watch your show all the time and enjoy all the insight you bring to the game. My question is: Living in the North where it is cold and we can't get the outdoor practice in, what should we do to keep our game in shape, so we are sharp when it warms up (other than move to a warmer climate)?




 

 

Terry W. asks: Mike, I've been playing golf for a long time. I sure would like to know a tip about keeping my head down during the golf shot. I feel this is one of the biggest problems golfers have.




 

 

Ron P. asks: 

Do you have a favorite drill that helps students understand "the coil," that the legs and lower body perform in the back swing and then release/transfer on the forward swing?




 

 

Paul G. asks: Michael, I love your enthusiasm for the game, but how do you keep going at such a crazy pace?




 

 

Wayne asks: 

I'm a high school golf coach and I'd like to know some drills that I can do with my team using alignment sticks. Thanks!!!!!!

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Barry O


I try to watch Michael on the Golf fix when I can get the time! I agree that his love and passion for the game are outstanding to say the least. I think he has great patience and understanding when giving his thoughts on drills and lessons that can benifit us everyday golfers. His comment about what we can all do during the winter months when we can't get out on the range or course is spot on. Keeping the most basic of fundamentals in our mind is the right way to help stay focussed over that period of time. Thanks agian Michael for great advice!

Deno


MB is at his best all the time/  Love his enthusiasm.   Very catchy and motivating.  Would be a fun lesson with Michael worth every dollar..

Deno

Ashraf Nasser


I am 61, handicap 8, driver swing speed low 90's.  How do I determine which pro v1 I should use.  

Ashraf Nasser


WHAT I  WANT TO KNOW IS HOW DO PRO GOLFER GET THEIR CHECKS .

Robert L


The coil drill is awsome