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Heath is a four-time PGA Tour winner and getting ready to start competing again after a hiatus. He recently went through our putter fitting process and said it was “it was very eye-opening… It opened my mind to what I was missing for such a long time… I’ve got a putter and wedges in my bag I know I can count on.” For Heath, “Understanding is knowle…
 
Welcome back to another edition of the Edel Podcast. Today, we have the pleasure of sitting down with my longtime friend, Mike Adams. To this day, Mike continues to mentor both students and teachers. He’s a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and has worked with the majority of the Top 100 Teachers. I ask Mike what biomechanics means to him. He s…
 
Welcome back to the Edel Podcast. On this week’s installment, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Terry Rowles. Terry is a Top 100 Instructor who works with a host of PGA and LPGA Tour players. When I asked Terry who some of the other people he’s been influenced by, he said “technology has been a good friend… and before that I worked with Dav…
 
Today, we’re lucky to be joined by Mike Schy. His coaching philosophy and methods have helped thousands of golfers improve from beginners to Tour Players, including Bryson DeChambeau. More than anything else, Mike is passionate about helping people. Even more, he thinks outside the box. That’s evidenced by the work he’s done with players like Bryso…
 
Welcome back to the Edel Golf Podcast. Today we’re taking another listener question about aim markings on a driver and aim bias in regard to offset vs. no offset. The question specifically reads “how does the same aim bias due to lines on a putter also apply to markings apply to other clubs in the bag such as the driver?” To answer this question, l…
 
Usually when golfers forward press, they’re “trying to take something away.” Some people say they need something to get the stroke going. In reality, the reason they “can’t get the wheels going is because they know if they stay in the position they’re in at address, with the aim bias that accompanies that issue… they know that nothing good is going…
 
We’re lucky to be joined in-studio by In Gee Chun. She’s twice been a major champion on the LPGA Tour winning the Evian Masters and U.S. Open as well another LGPA event. Altogether, she has 14 worldwide wins. When I asked In Gee Chun about the things she’s learned from the Edel fitting process, she says it changed her “whole perception of the game,…
 
The Perception of Reality If you listened to Bryson DeChambeau talk during the U.S. Open, he spoke about this very concept with his putting and how his goal was to match both perception and reality. The secret to becoming a great player is to “match what you see and match what you feel and match it against reality.” When it comes to selecting a put…
 
Today’s question is “How do you go about switching from radial to linear and what are some drills?” Even though this process is multi-faceted, it’s generally easier than people think. In order to answer this question, we have to start with the assumption that radial strokes are more complicated than linear strokes. To that end, most of the game’s g…
 
Our question for today is “Do your aim and eye position directly correlate to each other?” This isn’t a yes or no answer. Everybody has different perceptions. With that being said, the most obvious correlation is with eye dominance. Left eye dominant players “tend to leave the shaft more forward and right eye dominant players tend to lean the shaft…
 
When you think about Texas golf, names like Hogan, Nelson, Mangrum, Crenshaw, Kite, and Speith come to mind just to name a few. Over the years, however, there’s one PGA Tour player I like sitting down to have a beer with more than most. That’s Rich Beem. The proud son of El Paso Country Club, you probably remember Rich Beem as the winner of the 200…
 
If you’re a regular listener to our podcasts at Edel, you’ve certainly come to realize that we aren’t afraid to think outside of the box. While bigger companies are primarily concerned with mass production and getting their products into the hands of as many golfers as possible, our sole mission is to help people play better golf and have more fun.…
 
In this installment of the Edel Golf Podcast, we debunk yet another myth when it comes to putting. This week, we’re discussing MOI, or moment of inertia. This term gets tossed around a lot when we talk about the forgiveness and stability of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, and irons. In recent years, it’s also become frequent parlance in the world …
 
Welcome back to the Edel Golf Podcast. This week we’re going to talk about one of the biggest misconceptions out there when it comes to putters. That’s the widely held perception of toe hang vs. face balance and arc vs. straight back, straight through putting. There’s been a lot of misinformation about this with some of the big EOM’s and we’re here…
 
In this installment of the Edel Golf Podcast, we discuss one of the most important aspects of putting. Having an understanding of this principle is really the key to unlocking your potential as a putter. We’re talking about your personal body type. Specifically, “how your arms’ lengths and fold patterns influence your stroke.” All the game’s great …
 
Welcome back to the Edel Golf Podcast! In today’s episode, I want to talk with you about something that means a lot to me personally. Having been a PGA Professional for nearly 25 years, it’s important for me to recognize the people who have helped me throughout my entire career as a player, teacher, and clubmaker. My hope is that you, as a listener…
 
Welcome back to the Edel Golf Podcast. This week we received a question about arm lock putting. To start, I think this style of putting is a tremendously complicated process. However, “If you’re having success with it, who am I to say don’t do it?” When I see people switch to arm lock putting, they’re usually “survivors from long putters or belly p…
 
Welcome back to another installment of the Edel Golf Podcast. One of the things I love so much about doing these is that it allows me to interact with our listeners and customers. I recently received a question from a listener asking, “What is your experience with grips in the marketplace and why did you design your own?” As part of developing our …
 
You’ve heard of golf’s Mad Scientist, right? We’re talking about Bryson Dechambeau. Believe it or not, I played a pretty significant role in building his infamous single length irons up until he signed with Cobra. We’re talking about all the way back when he was a college stud at SMU. Believe it or not, I play single length clubs myself. That’s wha…
 
Aim bias is a leading cause of poor or inconsistent putting. Today we’re going to take a deep dive into the topic and what you can do to correct your aim, and ultimately putt better. Back in the mid-2000’s, we partnered with Campbell University and we performed a study about how golfers of all levels aim their putter. We found that only 3% of all g…
 
David Edel tackles a few putting questions from podcast listeners and brings light to some design questions. Question 1 - “how our putter fitting system was developed.” It all started back in 1996 when David was living in Oregon helping run his family business and started making putters. It was in late 1997 and early 1998 that he started collaborat…
 
On this installment of the Edel Podcast, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Troy Matteson. Troy’s resume on the golf course speaks for itself. He was the 2002 NCAA Individual Champion at Georgia Tech. In 2005, he led the Nationwide Tour in earnings. On the PGA Tour, he won the Frys.com Open in 2005 and 2009. Troy’s been a friend of Edel Golf…
 
David tackles a question from a listener about putting practice and shares his favorite drill. When David’s asked what the best drill for improving people’s putting, he suggests that “block practicing one scenario all the time isn’t necessarily as effective as working on one aspect of the putting stroke. The problem is most players try to do aim, p…
 
David Edel answers a few questions from golfers about torque balance putters. We've been using torque balance technology in our putters for years and if you haven't tried one out yet you're missing out. Torque Balanced technology strategically removes weight from the toe of the putter, creating a “toe- up” balance point versus traditional toe-down …
 
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