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How to play par 3’s like a pro

How to play par 3’s like a pro

You might be surprised when you find out how some of the PGA TOUR’s top golfers play par 3’s… While some take dead aim at the flagstick on certain holes, many of the game’s most elite players will shoot for the MIDDLE of the green on par 3’s. This common sense strategy is often ignored […]

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Lower Your Score on a Short Par 4

Lower Your Score on a Short Par 4

If you’re like most golfers short par 4’s present an exciting opportunity to make birdie. This often leads you to pull out your driver and attempt to blast your tee shot as close as possible to the green. If you’re deadly accurate with your driver this can be a good choice. Otherwise, you can quickly […]

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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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Wedge it Close

Wedge it Close

There’s nothing better than watching a wedge shot rain down like a lawn dart. It’s about accuracy and distance control. Steve Stricker and Zack Johnson are master wedge players who have a very similar and simple technique. They take it back and thru with very few moving parts. Their bodies stay centered over the ball […]

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Hitting Crisp Wedges

Hitting Crisp Wedges

Do you want to hit crisp solid wedges that dance around the pin like a mariachi band? Of course you do, but part of the problem with wedge play is transfer of weight or lack there of. We hang back on our back foot. We flip our wrists to try and get the ball in […]

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Focused Chipping

Focused Chipping

Chipping is kind of like Monday’s. It’s never fun when they come around, but it’s inevitable. I think part of the problem with our chipping is that we put all of our focus and attention to the hole or where we want the ball to end up. We make no effort to focus on the […]

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