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Building a Pre-shot Routine

Building a Pre-shot Routine

Most elite athletes go through the same routine before they pull the trigger – it creates consistency, sharpens focus, and promotes calmness. The question is… do you have a pre-shot routine?

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Doorway Posture

Doorway Posture

A great swing comes from great posture – watch this video and learn where great posture comes from… POSTURE! One of the most basic elements of the golf swing, yet can be complicated and confusing. You have to think about…. * Weight distribution * Left Shoulder * Upper Center * Knee Flex * Distance from […]

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1st Tee Jitters

1st Tee Jitters

Click here and eliminate three putts from your game forever. “Want immediate feedback on your putting stroke? Bypass that $500-an-hour teaching pro and pick up a Putter Wheel. Essentially a ball with two sides lopped off, the device wobbles like a drunken sailor when hit it with anything less than a pure stroke. Catch it […]

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Breathe Like A Seal

Breathe Like A Seal

Hitting bad shots and being nervous are part of golf. But breathing properly can help you rebound and cope with these unfortunate and sometimes embarrassing situations. I want to share a simple technique that the Navy Seals are implementing into their training. It’s also being used by top entrepreneurs and elite athletes around the world. […]

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Track Your Chipping

Track Your Chipping

Have you ever heard the expression, you manage what you measure. I believe the main reason that this cliche is true is because when you’re measuring something time and time again you’re invested. You’re time is invested. You’re interest is invested. Now with all the fancy technology out there we can measure almost anything. Driver […]

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Two Inch Putts

Two Inch Putts

Fact! It’s easier to sink a 2 inch putt as opposed to a 20 foot putt. So what if all we had to worry about was the first 2 inches. Here’s a simple method to help you line up to those longer putts. Survey your putt. Pick your line Pick a spot 2 inches in […]

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