Quite the Chap breaks down the easiest way to correct those “slash and burn” swings that lead to sliced shots. He’s using the HackersRx, a complete training solution that fits in our golf back. Check out our Deal of the Week to get your own HackersRx Trainer.
We’ve all popped out of our putts – for your best play on the green, you need to keep that head still. Colby has two prescriptions that’ll help!
Everyone hates leaving a putt short – but this 10-second drill will have you hitting the sweet spot more consistently than ever before.
Use this 60-second swing fix drill to develop perfect pendulum motion. Your putter, just like your swing, needs a proper release.
Bubba Watson has some impressive footwork. Most amateurs…. well they suffer a bit in this area. So let’s look at a drill that will keep you a bit more grounded in your swing. One that keeps your lower body quiet to help you hit that sweet spot more often. And you know what that means… […]
The release of a golf club is confusing. The proper release has the club square at impact and then square as long as possible at your intended target. That’s great, but how do you practice something that’s a millisecond long. In today’s video I’ll share a super simple drill that gives you instant feedback on […]
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 […]
There are some amazing training aids out there and there some not so amazing training aids out there. You can find some of the simplest training aids right in your golf game. Watch today’s video and learn how you can start improving your game with a few tees and a towel. Your Prescription to a […]
Ya know, there are a lot of videos out there that touch on where the golf ball should be in your stance. With the driver it should be off your left heel (if you’re right handed). The subsequent clubs move back into the middle of your stance once you get to the sand wedge and […]