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Share Your Feedback: What Instructional and Performance Improvement Topics Should We Cover Next?

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By Mike D., Titleist Staff

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  1. Team Titleist Staff

    Hey Team Titleist,

    As we look to deliver the best and most relevant content to help you take your games to the next level, we want to hear from you on what topics you'd like to see us cover next. Share your thoughts and suggestions by adding a comment to this thread below.

    We can't wait to hear your feedback!



  2. Abdon M

    Abdon M
    Northern California (because it's a big state)

    I really appreciated having Dr Mo on a recent Titleist Talks session. Titleist provides a plethora of content related to improving our games; many of them are archived for us to access and view anytime we want.

    One thing I believe would be nice content is featuring a day in the life of a touring pro (Ladies and/or Men) more specifically, how they prepare for tournament week. Things as mundane as booking travel and accommodations are all aspects of being a successful pro. We've all heard the stories of missing clubs (most recently, Danielle Kang), so things aren't always perfect and knowing how a pro adjusts to these adversities might be helpful for amateurs to know.
  3. EddietheKarp


    Don’t know how feasible it is to film, but a video demonstration how different balls flight differently in particular conditions I would find fascinating!
  4. Jim S

    Jim S
    East Point, GA

    The positions of the golf swing.
  5. pulplvr

    Spring, TX

    Short game. It's probably the most important part of the game, especially for us amateurs. Lots of different approaches to this part (chipping and pitching, especially) so it's always good to see and hear from various instructors what works for them and their students.
  6. Joshua B

    Joshua B

    What to do when the dreaded shanks come out of nowhere. It happens to us all and can ruin a round…and confidence. How do the pros and teachers handle this?
  7. Nancy H

    Nancy H
    San Diego, CA

    How do you see AI impacting golf? Pros/Cons. Traditional vs. newer golf. So many ways to delve into this subject.
  8. I'd like to see a presentation, perhaps in the form of a video of a round-table conversation, of the factors that prevent students from advancing. Here are some potential questions: "Does too much course management hold you back?" "Do game improvement clubs prevent you from improving?" "Are you wasting time hitting off matts or into matts?" "What is meaningful short game practice and how to get it?" "Why does your bunker technique work only half the time?" "Why are the results highly varied when every swing feels the same?" "What's stopping you from maintaining your balance/spine angle/swing plane/grip?" "Too much big muscles vs. too much small muscles?" "Do you have the wrong idea about the ideal ball flight?" "Is 'high launch-low spin' driving for everybody?" "Are faults reinforced by certain clubs in one's bag?" "Do your hands react improperly to the weight of the club(head)?" "Is your posture ruined by wearing prescription glasses?" "Is it the shoes?" "Is your game tailored to the course where you normally play?" "Does your swing fall apart when the ground is not smooth and level?" "Can you make a good swing when you can't see the landing area?" "Can you make a good swing when you're faced with a hazard area?" "Are you a 'driving range hero'?" "Why are your golf balls repelled by short grass?"

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