Paul Marchand Golf Instruction Videos

Paul Marchand
Shadow Hawk Golf Club
12900 FM 1464
Richmond, TX 77469
Golf Videos by Paul Marchand
  • Use a long flowing swing with steady acceleration... watch video
  • Choke down on the club, make a three quarter swing and pick the ball clean... watch video
  • Use this simple drill on the first tee to set up your rhythm for the entire round... watch video
  • Use this drill to practice hitting your line perfectly... watch video
  • Use this drill to make sure that you have the correct swing plane... watch video
  • When the ball is below your feet adjust for the change in your arc and shift in your weight... watch video
  • Coil the upper body around the lower body to create the proper tension... watch video
  • Make the swing easier by taking a little time to set up properly... watch video
  • Use this high percentage, low, controlled wedge shot when you have room to land a ball in front of the pin... watch video
  • Get a feel for how hard to hit the ball, concentrate on the hole and make a loose stroke... watch video
  • Learn the process of developing a good golf swing and practice swinging... watch video
  • Maintain a loose hinging motion with your arms and wrists to go along with your coil... watch video
  • Playing in the wind is an essential part of golf, adjust your attitude and use these tips to enjoy creating the shot... watch video
  • Develop a pre-shot routine that allows you the comfort of repetition before each shot... watch video
  • See why Paul Marchand thinks golf is such a great game... watch video
  • To implement changes swing with no speed to create a new feel... watch video
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ACTIVITY FEED

Golf Warm Ups and Stretches to Get Ready for a Great Round Take just a few minutes to stretch your arms, shoulders and leg muscles prior to warming up with any rotational forces such as practice swings
An Easy Drill to Learn Impact Position in Golf Start your practice session by feeling your impact position, make swings that stop at impact and feel the correct position of your hips, legs and arms
How to Hinge Your Wrists in a Two Plane Swing for More Power A two plane swing requires you to actively cock your wrists. With a one plane swing the weight of the club tends to hinge your wrists back naturally and making the swing less complicated.