John Janson Golf

Fix My Golf Swing

Archive for May, 2012


   May 31

The Perfect Golf Swing – How to Aim with Precision Before Striking the Golf Ball

Ready, aim, fire! Remember those old words from childhood play — or military training? They are true in golf as well. Today I want to talk about “aim.” How to Break 90 – Guaranteed! It seems so obvious. You must aim for your target in order to send your ball to the target. But how? […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 29

Senior Golfers – How to Lower Your Golf Score and Avoid Injuries

If you consider yourself a “senior golfer” and you are looking for tips that will help your golf game, this article is for you. Senior Golfers: Lower Your Golf Score – Guaranteed! Remember when you were younger and felt that your body was in better shape that it is now? Perhaps you have some stiffness […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 27

Jason Dufner Loses His Touch in the Final Round of the 2012 Crowne Plaza Invitational – Zach Johnson Wins by One Stroke

Jason Dufner was leading Zach Johnson by two strokes in the final round of Crowne Plaza Invitational, when his loss of touch caught up with him. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! Jason’s drives had been solidly accurate during the first three rounds. But today only 21% of of his drives […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 24

Low Scores Mark Round 1 of the Crowne Plaza Invitational

Whether it was the course, the weather, or the players, round one of the Crowne Plaza Invitational ended with 30 players under par and another 24 players at even par. The leader, Zach Johnson, was -6 for the day with no bogies. Clustered at -5 were three players — Tom Gillis, Jason Dufner and Kyle […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 22

The Perfect Golf Swing – Full Swing Tip 8 – Seven Golf Grips

How to Break 90 – Guaranteed! The following article is presented with permission from PurePoint Golf. Golf Grip – The Seven Golf Grips An article by Bobby Eldridge Weak Grip Neutral Grip Strong Grip Finger-Baseball Grip Split-Hand grip Harry-Vardon Overlapping Interlocking The Seven Different Golf Grips There are seven different ways to grip a golf […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 20

Jason Duffner Wins the 2012 Byron Nelson Championship with Clutch Putt

Jason Dufner did it again. Three weeks after winning the 2012 Zurich Classic in a sudden death playoff, Jason won the 2012 Byron Nelson Championship with a clutch birdie putt on the 72nd hole. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! In previous articles I wrote about Jason’s waggles, his laid-back demeanor […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 19

Jason Dufner Leads 2012 Byron Nelson Championship – What’s in Dufner’s Golf Bag?

After three rounds in the 2012 Byron Nelson Championship, Jason Dufner leads by one stroke. A short while ago I wrote about Jason’s laid-back golf game when he won a sudden death playoff against Ernie Els in the 2012 Zurich Classic. I believe Jason’s laid-back style has a lot to do with his consistent golf […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 17

The Perfect Golf Swing – Full Swing Tip 8 – Golf Grip Right Hand

How to Break 90 – Guaranteed! The following article is presented with permission from PurePoint Golf. Golf Grip – The Right Hand An article on the Golf Grip: Right Hand. Images by Bobby Eldridge In the Right Hand Closed Right Hand Gripping the Golf Club with the Right Hand Now let’s complete the grip with […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 15

2012 TPC Sawgrass – Matt Kuchar Gets Win – Kuchar’s Secrets of Success

With consistency. a laid-back attitude, and a love of the game of golf, Matt Kuchar won the 2012 Players Championship at Sawgrass. This was not an easy win. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! The field was heavy with top world golfers. The course was a demanding. And Matt’s final round […]

Read the rest of this entry »

   May 10

2012 TPC Sawgrass – 17th Hole Island Green – Pinpoint Golf Shot Required

You’ve seen it. The 17th hole at The Tour Players Championship (TPC) Sawgrass. It’s an island connected to the rest of the course by a narrow walkway. It’s a short par 3 – 137 yards. In today’s first round, 18 shots landed in the water! For sure the 17th demands a pinpoint golf shot. Let’s […]

Read the rest of this entry »