Even though the USGA limits how fast the ball leaves the driver face, manufactures are still finding ways to make the ball go further each year. In this video, Errol discusses one way they are achieving this.
Consistentcy, The Holy Grail of Golf. In the video above, Errol discusses the truth about consistent golf and why you hit great shots less often than you may hit bad ones.
This is a frequently asked question! Club fitting clients are almost always searching for more distance. Sometimes they are looking for distance they have always wanted. Sometime they are looking for distance that they have lost. Switching to graphite shafts is usually a tactic reserved for the player looking to regain distance. In this video,…Details
This article was featured inside Tennessee Golf Quarterly, Spring 2019.
In the two years Profectus Golf has been open in Nashville, I’ve noticed a common aspect to the shots of players who wish they hit their irons further.Details
A good club fitter is also a good golf instructor, not just a salesperson Poor driving can’t always be fixed with a different club head and shaft combination. A good club fitting always considers the combination of equipment and technique. As a result, fittings can sometimes turn into lessons. In this driver fitting, Creg was…Details
Justin hits his driver consistently over 300 yards and is often faced second shots from within 100 yards of the green. Justin’s game evaluation revealed a weak point in his approach wedges and an opportunity to make more birdies with improvement in that part of his game. This is a live look into how a…Details
Bob came in for a golf lesson, complaining of hitting his irons so low that he couldn’t get the ball to stop on most of Nashville’s firm Bermuda grass greens. In this lesson summary, you see how changing Bob’s hip turn and arm depth in his backswing made it possible for him to do…Details