6 Ways I Dramatically Improved My Golf Game

October 6, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff Did you see Jaacob Bowden’s post on GolfWRX this week? He talks about Transformations and how you can relate them to not only your golf game but all areas of your life. Read the full article here: http://www.golfwrx.com/468626/6-ways-i-dramatically-improved-my-golf-ga


6 Ways I Dramatically Improved My Golf Game

By Swing Man Golf Staff Did you see Jaacob Bowden’s post on GolfWRX this week? He talks about Transformations and how you can relate them to not only your golf game but all areas of your life. Read the full article here: http://www.golfwrx.com/468626/6-ways-i-dramatically-improved-my-golf-ga


Adjusting Wedges and Wedge Play Due to an Increase in Distance

September 28, 2017

By: Darren deMaille, PGA   Most people and I say “most” people who come to take a golf lesson want to lower their handicap. When I ask the question what they think the problem(s) are from preventing them from shooting lower scores, the answers vary from three-putting, to slicing the golf ba


More Distance for Golf (Part 3): Long Drive Fitness

September 19, 2017

By: Swing Man Golf Staff Did you see part three of Jaacob Bowden’s guest post on GolfWRX? In Part 3, the final part of his “More Distance for Golf” series, he talks about what you can do to get longer from a golf fitness standpoint. Read the full article here.


More Distance for Golf (Part 2): Long-Drive Equipment

September 12, 2017

By: Swing Man Golf Staff Did you see part two of Jaacob Bowden’s guest post on GolfWRX? In part two, Jaacob talks about equipment, and how equipment optimization can be the thing that makes the difference. Read the full article here.


More Distance for Golf (Part 1): Long-Drive Techniques

September 8, 2017

By: Swing Man Golf Staff Did you see Jaacob Bowden’s guest post on GolfWRX? He talks about Long Drive Techniques- from the set up, a strong grip, the backswing, high hands. This is part one of his series, so be sure to check it out and follow along! Read the full article here.  


How to remove over 90 variables from your golf game

August 16, 2017

Golf can be a very complex game, and as much as it can be fulfilling, it can also be nerve-racking. It is often called the most complex sport there is, sometimes up there with pole vaulting, but in many studies done, it IS the most complex sport there is. Where does that complexity derive from? Aft


What Is The Best Ball Position?

August 14, 2017

What Is The Best Ball Position? By Jaacob Bowden In order that you hit the ball where you want, it can be important to understand the implications of what will happen if you hit the ball from various positions in your stance. So where is the best ball position? Well, it depends…let me explain. Fir


Swing Man Golf Launches A Swing Speed Trainer Certification

August 13, 2017

By: Swing Man Golf Staff Swing Speed Trainer Certification In the old days, it wasn’t uncommon for slightly pot-bellied professional golfers to finish their round and head off to the local bar or 19th hole. Now-a-days many golfers are leaner, in better shape, and golfers travel with or work with g


Most Important Thing in Golf

July 1, 2017

Most Important Thing in Golf By Adam Young Swing Man Golf Monthly Handicap Improver Contributor If you are a golfer, this article is simply too important to ignore. As a teacher with thousands of hours coaching elite players and rank beginners, if you were to ask me “what is the most important thi


Last chance for Left Handed Preorder Special

May 19, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff The wait is almost over! Left handed heads are on their way! Our first shipment should arrive sometime next week- at that time we will work down the list of preorders! Preordering saves your spot in line and saves you $50 off your set. Once all components are in stock, [&hell


Trend or Fad: Single Length Irons

May 1, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff Check out this article by My Golf Spy writer Chris Nickel as he compares Sterling Irons to other clubs on the market today. Ready to get your hands on a set of your own? Find them here: www.sterlingirons.com    


Shawn Clement reviews Sterling Irons

April 22, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff Did you see Shawn Clement’s review of Sterling Irons®? Check it out below. Ready to get your hands on a set? Order at www.sterlingirons.com  


Apply Your Power at Just the Right Time

March 29, 2017

By Paul Myers If you spend much time reading golf instruction and working on your swing, you probably do so with one goal in mind – hitting the ball as far as possible. Many golfers are obsessed with the idea of adding distance, to the point where they will look into technique, equipment, fitness,


Alistair Davies Sterling Irons Review

March 20, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff Alistair Davies golf shares with you his review of the sterling irons using trackman. Ready to get your own set? Head on over to: www.sterlingirons.com    


Use These Five Keys to Successfully Two Putt Any Green

March 14, 2017

By Paul Myers As a golfer, you naturally want to make every single putt you face. Seeing the ball drop into the cup after just a single stroke is a great feeling, and one-putting greens is a sure way to lower your scores in a hurry. Unfortunately, one putts are always going to be the […]


Rickie Fowler Runs Away with Honda Classic

March 8, 2017

By Paul Myers So far in the 2017 calendar year, there have been a number of easy wins on the PGA Tour. Well, to be fair, no win on the PGA Tour is easy, as you have to defeat the best competition in the world to come out on top. However, a few players have […]


A New, and Deserving, Number One Player

March 1, 2017

By Paul Myers Dustin Johnson is officially the number one ranked golfer in the world. If you follow professional golf closely, this news is not going to come as a surprise to you – Johnson has long been one of the most talented players in the world, and his ranking now reflects his true ability. [


Spieth Adds Pebble to His Rapidly Growing Resume

February 17, 2017

By Paul Myers Perhaps the most-notable event in the world of golf in 2017 was the Masters collapse of defending champion Jordan Spieth. It seemed that Spieth was going to cruise to his second consecutive Green Jacket before he deposited two golf balls into the water short of the 12th green. That sin


Matsuyama – Again – Prevails in the Arizona Desert

February 13, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff Stop us if you’ve heard this before – Hideki Matsuyama has won a golf tournament. That is not exactly breaking news these days, as the Japanese star has now won five out of his last nine starts worldwide. Clearly establishing himself as one of the best players in the worl


Rahm Arrives in a Big Way at Torrey Pines

February 7, 2017

By Paul Myers When he turned professional, big things were expected of Jon Rahm. Once one of the best amateur players in the world, Rahm is represented by Phil Mickelson’s brother, Tim, who left his post as the coach of Arizona State University to serve as Rahm’s agent. Less than a year after Ra


Pre-order your Left Hand Set NOW!

February 3, 2017

By Swing Man Golf Staff Been waiting for a left-handed set of Sterling Irons®? Pre-order & reserve a spot in the front of the line! As of right now, we are looking at 20th of May 2017 to start shipping custom fit and built left-handed sets of Sterling Irons®. We are 100% CERTAIN to be [&hellip


Low Scores – As Usual – In the California Desert

February 2, 2017

By Paul Myers Golf, in many ways, is unpredictable. Trying to guess who is going to win a given tournament from week to week is nearly impossible, as there are countless great players in the professional game. However, some things in golf are rather predictable, and one of them is low scores in the


From Dream to Product, Sterling Irons on MYGOLFSPY

January 26, 2017

By: Swing Man Golf Staff Jaacob Bowden was featured this week on MYGOLFSPY! From Dream to Product: The Story Behind Sterling Irons. Read the full article HERE Ready to get your hands on a set? Check them out here: www.sterlingirons.com  


Back to Back – Thomas Does It Again

January 24, 2017

By Paul Myers A week after defeating the red-hot Hideki Matsuyama to win the SBS Tournament of Champions, Justin Thomas was right back at work claiming yet another title. Thanks to an incredibly opening round 59 in the Sony Open in Hawaii, this win lacked the drama that was seen last week. This time


Preparing Your Game for 2017

January 13, 2017

By Paul Myers The start of a new year is always an exciting time for a golfer. As the calendar rolls over from 2016 to 2017, you should consider taking a few moments to review the status of your game. What did you do well in 2016, and what would you like to improve? It […]


Justin Thomas Continues Impressive Rise

January 11, 2017

By Paul Myers When you think of the top young names in the world of professional golf, there are a few that likely come to mind right off the bat. Jordan Spieth, obviously, as well as Hideki Matsuyama and others. However, you need to quickly make way on that list for Justin Thomas, as the […]


Two Winners at the Hero World Challenge

December 13, 2016

By Paul Myers According to the leaderboard, the winner of the recent Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas was Hideki Matsuyama. That is, of course, accurate – Matsuyama posted an impressive performance, recording a score of -18 over four rounds, despite a final round 73. Matsuyama won by two stroke


World Cup Goes to the Danes

December 7, 2016

By Paul Myers There is not a lot of team golf that is played at the highest level of the game, with the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup being notable exceptions. Therefore, anytime some of the world’s best players get together to play in a team format, golf fans all around the world are treated [&hel


How to set up your feet to minimize the risk of injury

December 2, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Earlier this week, Jaacob Bowden wrote on Golf WRX about setting up your feet to minimize the risk of injury. In modern golf instruction, it’s fairly common to see setups being taught in which the feet are perpendicular to the target line. Geometrically, this sounds fine


Pat Perez Makes It All the Way Back

November 30, 2016

By Paul Myers Coming back from an injury as serious as a torn labrum is a major challenge for anyone, let alone for a golfer who has recently turned 40. It would have been easy to write off Perez as a player who was passed his prime, and just about ready to hang up the […]


Tom Wishon and Jaacob Bowden join ‘Fairways of Life’

November 24, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Tom Wishon and Jaacob Bowden join ‘Fairways of Life’ on the Golf Channel. Listen Here Ready to get your own set of Sterling Irons? Find them here: www.sterlingirons.com  


Rod Pampling is Crowned Champion in Sin City

November 18, 2016

By Paul Myers In golf, it is not rare for players to remain competitive into their 40’s – and even beyond. Golf is a game that allows players to age far more gracefully than they do in other sports, which is why golf fans often get to enjoy watching their favorite players compete at a […]


What’s making Sterling Irons® a Huge Success?

November 16, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Chris Duthie from Colorado’s Avid Golfer talks to Tom Wishon to find out what is making Sterling Irons® a “Huge Success.”   According to Wishon, the secret to “reinventing” single length irons was four-fold, beginning with building them with the s


Watch Mark Crossfield’s review of Sterling Irons®

November 3, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Mark Crossfield recently reviewed Sterling Irons® and asked the question, Cobra One Length or Sterling Irons? Watch as Mark Crossfield and Coach Lockey take on the single length iron challenge with the Cobra One Length irons and the Sterling Single Length irons. Who will co


One Year Later, Steele Gets Revenge at Safeway Open

October 20, 2016

By Paul Myers It is hard to win on the PGA Tour. Okay – so that is probably a bit of an understatement. More accurately, it is incredibly hard to win a tournament on the PGA Tour. Each week the fields are filled with countless high-quality players, as the PGA Tour represents the gold standard [&he


Average Golf Swing Speed Chart

October 13, 2016

By Jaacob Bowden, PGA When it comes to hitting the ball farther, a lot of golfers realize that technique is important. In recent years, people are also beginning to recognize the importance of getting custom fit for your equipment in order to maximize driving distance and their overall average golf


Check out this review of Sterling Irons®

October 12, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Golf A Lot’s Martin Hopley recently reviewed Sterling Irons®. See what he had to say here:   This is really a review of one product, but in two parts as the Wishon Sterling Single Length is one of the first sets of single length irons to hit the market since [&hel


Ryan Moore Secures a Loss, and a Win

September 27, 2016

By Paul Myers The Tour Championship at East Lake GC marked the completion of the FedEx Cup for 2016, and what an event it was. In the end, Rory McIlroy managed to take the title for the week, and in the process, also was able to secure the FedEx Cup Trophy – and a nice […]


Resetting Your Game for 2017

September 20, 2016

By Paul Myers As 2016 begins to wind down, and the golf season draws to an end for many people around the world (in the northern hemisphere, at least), it is time to start thinking about what your game will look like in the new year. Do you have any specific goals for your game […]


Dustin Johnson Wins BMW, Claims Inside Position

September 15, 2016

By Paul Myers With just one event to go in the 2016 version of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, Dustin Johnson has clearly established himself as the man to beat. Johnson took home the title at the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick GC, putting himself in the top spot prior to the TOUR Championship at East [&


Rory McIlroy Finds His Stroke at the Right Time

September 7, 2016

By Paul Myers While Rory McIlroy is just getting started in his professional golf career, he has already amassed an impressive list of accomplishments. Just 27 years of age, McIlroy has already claimed four major championship titles, placing him safely among the best players in the history of the ga


Patrick Reed Finds a Win When He Needs It Most

August 30, 2016

By Paul Myers The Barclays marked not only the start of the PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs, but also the last opportunity for players to earn points toward qualification for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Contested over the difficult Bethpage Black golf course in Farmingdale, NY, The Barclays had plenty of d


The Mindset to Go Low

August 26, 2016

By Paul Myers Usually, major championships are not a setting for ‘going low’. Rather, winning a major is usually about staying as close to par as possible while fighting nerves and extremely tough course conditions. However, the scene that developed at Royal Troon for the 2016 version of The Ope


History Made in Rio

August 17, 2016

By Paul Myers For generations, golfers have grown up with one very specific goal – to win a major championship. Without debate, the four major championships – The Masters, the U.S. Open, the Open Championship, and the PGA Championship – are the pinnacle of the game. To win one of these four ti


A Memorable Week at the Travelers Championship

August 11, 2016

By Paul Myers If you thought you could take a bit of a break from following professional golf this past week, you would have made a major mistake. Sure, the Travelers Championship found itself in a spot on the schedule between the PGA Championship and golf’s return to the Olympics, but that doesn


Today’s Golfer reviews Sterling Irons®

August 10, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Have you seen Today’s Golfer’s review of Sterling Irons®?   The Concept It sounds really simple… because it is. All the heads and shafts are the same weight, all the lie angles are matched and all the shaft lengths are the same. The idea is that you j


Par Five Second Shot – The Toughest Choice in Golf

August 5, 2016

By Paul Myers When Jimmy Walker made his way to the 18th tee at Baltusrol in the final round of the PGA Championship, he knew that a par would be good enough to win. The 18th is a reasonably short par five (by professional standards), meaning a par would usually be no problem at all […]


Four Majors – Four First-Time Major Champions

August 3, 2016

By Paul Myers The major season in men’s professional golf is over for 2016, and each of the four events saw a player claim his first career major championship title. At The Masters, it was Danny Willett who was ready to claim the Green Jacket when Jordan Spieth famously stumbled on the par three 1


Split Fairways with a Power Fade

July 29, 2016

By Paul Myers On his way to winning the U.S. Open at Oakmont, Dustin Johnson hit one impressive fade after another. Most golfers think they need to turn the ball over from right to left in order to hit it a long way, but Johnson proves that theory to be completely incorrect. Hitting a cut […]