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Sharpie

Sharpie

The infamous sharpie line! Friend or enemy? Do you use it? Or do you use it as a mental form of torture for you and your playing partners. I find most golfers spend more time worrying about the line then they do anything else. The other issue is you second guess whether the line is […]

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Gauge Green Speed

Gauge Green Speed

Do you struggle dialing in the speed of the greens during a round of golf? Does it take you several holes to figure out your distance control? If so, then here’s a super simple drill that you can do before your round to gauge the speed of the greens. The best part is it takes […]

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Reading Breaks

Reading Breaks

Would you put me in a straight jacket if I told you every putt is a straight putt? Seriously though every putt is a straight putt even the one that breaks five feet. Theoretically your target should always be the hole or the end destination. Really your target should be the spot where the putt […]

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The Masters

The Masters

I always get super motivated to start working on my game during The Masters. This was especially true during the 2015 Masters where Jordan Spieth dominated arguably the toughest greens on tour. If you noticed on his shorter putts, Jordan was looking at the hole. He wasn’t looking at the ball. The ball didn’t exist. […]

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