Today’s prescription will help you generate more power and consistency in your golf swing. Watch as I explain and demonstrate the difference between bumping versus rotating through the golf swing and which one will lead to longer drives.
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When trying to shape different types of shots like the low fade or high draw it can help to work backwards and visualize what the finish to your swing looks and feels like. The more you visualize your finish position the more direction you can give your mind and body to execute the shot at […]
Bounce can be your friend when it comes to chipping and pitching, especially on tight lies. It can allow you to strike the ball properly even if your technique isn’t perfect. Colby will share his technique with you today.
Deceleration is a sure way to ruin your putt. It closes the putter face just enough to send even the shortest putts wide of the mark. The best way to avoid the decel and train to properly accelerate through your putts is the HackersRX training aid. Check it out right here: HackersRx.
For those times you need a bit more reassurance on those more difficult putts. A great way to utilize a very cost effective training aid to simplify and sink more putts.
Take it back and pause. That’s how simple this drill is to fine-tune your tempo. Add the lag stick and you’ll be shaving strokes in no time.
You’ve all played best ball. Ever hear of worst ball? This is a unique variation on the game you all know, but it makes you work a heck of a lot harder for lower scores. Try it out. You know what they say… better practice = better play.
Step back and take a look. With this simple drill you’ll be able to visualize your line to the hole. And hopefully sink a few more putts. The Lag Stick Training Aid
This drill is how you will ensure a consistent, square downward strike into the ball. The Lag Stick is the best way to practice this… Grab yours here. The Lag Stick Training Aid
Every muscle in your body is supposed synch up during your swing. Easy, right? It can be, with a simple drill using the MISIG!