Attention Team Titleist: Is there a part of your game that needs some extra attention right now?
Do you need some expert advice?
Well, we have some great news: Our good friend and fellow Team Titleist member Steve Ball, PGA Master Professional and Senior Consultant to Custom Fitting for Titleist, will soon be filming several of his favorite drills and tips exclusively for Team Titleist.
But before the cameras start rolling, we want to hear from you: What kinds of tips would you like to see?
Please send in your questions and let us know which area of your game could use some help, and Steve will pick his favorite drills to share.
Here’s more about Steve…
Steve Ball, PGA Master Professional, is the owner and director of instruction at Ball Golf Center located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Steve opened the Ball Golf Center in 1993 and has an extensive list of accolades including:
• Six-Time South Central PGA Teacher of the Year • Golf Digest 2011 List of America’s 100 Best Clubfitters • Voted #1 Instructor in Oklahoma by Golf Digest in 2007, 2008 and 2009 • Voted Top 50 Instructor by Golf Range Magazine in 2008, 2009 and 2010 • Five-Time Nominee to Golf Magazines Top 100 Teachers in the U.S.
Steve is also a Level 3 Certified Titleist Performance Institute Golf Fitness Instructor.
Click here to visit www.ballgolf.com
Mike DePaoloTeam Titleist Manager
This is great - thanks Mike and Steve.
I think two areas that I would like some advice on are: driving the ball, specifically, retaining good form, balance and rhythm when playing from the tee with a driver. I feel that when I get that club in my hand I hit a lot of good tee shots, but there are several that I hit terribly during my round, simply because I'm trying to kill the ball.
I would also like to see tips on the short game, from 100 yrds in, including putting.
Thanks again, looking forward to it,
I would like to see some tips on hitting a wood from the fairway. I tend to "top" those shots. What is the best way to stay down on the shot without hitting it fat?
Definitely hitting my driver off the tee. Can't seem to hit the fairway or not have any real distance when I do. I have no second shot to work with. Which then leads me to work my short game a lot harder. Can't wait to see some tips!!!
This is awesome. I would love to see some chipping and putting drills for sure. Especially putting speed drills! thanks a bunch
Swing plane...and my hands (not the grip). I am working to be inside out instead of over the top. Seem to have pretty good control with my irons especially inside 100 yds...but the driver really suffers. Either I have this high fade (hands) or I pull it left (over the top). Been working with a coach and it has been having an effect...
I would like to see some tips on keeping the ball lower and knockdown shots. Here in Oklahoma we need a few of those shots at times.
I would be happy to drive to OKC if he needs a guinea pig. lol
I would like to find away to stop spinning out of shot alot, I will go tree weeks on a terror, and then it sneeks back infaast hips, it kills me.
For me, it's all about being able to drive the ball. It's left and right, and usually it's way off when it's not working. My irons (even the long ones) are decent, and my short game is very good. I'll loose 10 strokes off the tee and still shoot in the 80's. I just wish I could figure out how to be more consistent off the tee.
Driving... specifically on holes that don't "fit your eye", pitches from 50 yards, and putting advice that helps you see the line and read the putt better. Looking forward to seeing the videos.
Mike & Steve
I would have to say, I would like to see some tips on a good solid practice routine and ways to better use your preround warm up. Also maybe something on the mental aspect of the game, I mean in the way of maintaining a good mental thought process of the game.
Thanks again Team Titleist
Sounds great guys!
I would like to see some alignment drills. My swing feels pretty good, and my distances are good, but sometimes I'll miss a green right or left and it seems like I was unknowingly aiming that way. Is there any little trick to tip to check your alignment when you're on the course?
Long iron shots are where I need the most work. Any videos focusing on this I would greatly appreciate!