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Dennis Veasley


  1. Thanks for doing this and for the name drop lol. This was well done and it's going to help a lot. Thanks again:)

  2. Golf Channel should dump Breed and Martin Hall and hire you. You are easy to understand, speak at an excellent pace and are very good at taking difficult material and making it simple, which is the hallmark of a great instructor. Thanks for taking your time and sharing your videos.

  3. Your definition of "severe" is flat compared to the problems we have in western Pennsylvania. Some lies are equivalent to a large hill

  4. I tend to block the ball off side hill lies Above my feet and pull the ball when its below my feet. What am I doing wrong?

  5. For me golf is more about limiting the bad shots than distance off the tees. Too many people make it about distance in general; golf pros, advertisers, amateurs. It makes no sense to try and kill the ball to save a stroke here and there if you keep getting in trouble; go in the woods, go in the water hazards, hit it out of bounds, etc. And once you get in trouble it helps to know exactly what to do to prevent a bad situation from getting worse. Golf is about psychology just as much as it is about technical knowledge. All it takes is one awful 10 on a hole to ruin a decent round. This is especially true for beginners and amateurs. I really don't care what people say about the game. Everyone has their own opinions and sometimes they use "statistics" to make their point. I have my own opinions based on what I like.

  6. Excellent video! I really enjoyed learning about these specialty shots in a way that makes sense. Lots of videos on youtube are either poorly explained and hard to grasp, or totally flawed in their mechanics. Refreshing that some people know what they are talking about.

  7. The ball being below your feet are the toughest shots to pull off. Easy to top them or push them way right. Always had trouble with this, but now I have a much firmer grasp of what needs to be done. Thanks!

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