Layne Kennedy demonstrates the techniques that you should use when taking panoramic photos and the settings that your digital camera needs to be set to so you get the best shots. He recommends mounting your DSLR on a tripod with the camera set on manual exposure and manual focus. You should overlap each picture by a third so your computer program can seamlessly align the pixels of each individual shot and create one great panoramic photo.
If you ever find that you’re in a bit of a funk where no matter what you do to your swing, you just can’t seem to make it work, you should try getting back to the basics. PGA Professional Rodney Green teaches you various tests or checks that will allow you to fix the fundamentals:…Watch Now >>
PGA Professional Joseph Hallett combines fun with useful practice by showing you a game that will test your skills. It’s basically the golf version of the basketball game horse. Get a few index cards, write down a style of shot and a golf club selection. You can play against a friend or by yourself. This…Watch Now >>
Learn the fundamentals of how to tackle challenging bunker shots. Brandel Chamblee shows you how to hit an uphill bunker shot. Next, PGA Instructor Joe Plecker, Jr. shows you how to play the difficult downhill bunker shot. And then, PGA Instructor Matt Kluck teaches you how to play a sidehill lie out of a bunker. You will…Watch Now >>
Steve Thomas, from Bob’s Hobby Center in Orlando, Florida, gives you a general overview of how to perform a pre-flight check on a sport plane in this video. A pre-flight check is always started at the end of the last flight, when the integrity of the airplane needs to be checked. These things are important…Watch Now >>