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Increase Your Power & Your Swing Speed

Increase Your Power & Your Swing Speed

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Increase Your Power and Swing Speed.  Faster swing speed. Longer drives. It’s pretty simple…into today’s video… Overspeed training in Golf is talked about a lot when it comes to increasing or creating more swing speed. Fire the fast-twitch muscles, and you’re bombing it like Bryson. Maybe not quite. […]

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Align Your Heels Not Your Toes

Align Your Heels Not Your Toes

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Golf Alignment is important, but do you find yourself hitting the ball way off target even though you think you’re lined up properly? You may, in fact, NOT be lined up properly. Weird how we could be wrong with such a simple task. Golf Alignment Your toes are […]

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ALL Our Indoor Shortgame Drills

ALL Our Indoor Shortgame Drills

Here is a list of all our indoor shortgame drills: 10 drills in 5 Minutes (timestamp is the start of each drill) Putting: Solid Contact Part 1: 1:10 Square Putter Face: 1:31 Smooth Putting Stroke: 2:02 Solid Contact Part 2: 2:30 Distance Control Part 1: 2:58 Consistent Tempo: 3:12 Distance Control Part 2: 3:54 Chipping: […]

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Aspire Tip: Aim Small For Better Precision

Aspire Tip: Aim Small For Better Precision

When you’re pitching the ball are you focusing on where you want the ball to end up. Or where you want to land the ball? I think that if you focused on where to land the ball as opposed to wanting to get it close to the hole you’ll find your pitches, invariably, will end […]

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Develop a Balanced Swing

Develop a Balanced Swing

Hey Quite The Chap here for GoflersRX. We’ve all heard that a balanced diet is good for your health. Well, a balanced swing is also good for your health. A balanced swing allviates a lot of health ailments you probably didn’t think were golf related…like high blood pressure. Anger issues. Chromdomia. Grey hairitis. I broke […]

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Don’t Sway in Your Golf Swing

Don’t Sway in Your Golf Swing

Hey Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. I’m going to apologize beforehand, I’ve made so many videos about not swaying…and I think I do it for my own sake…because I still find myself swaying during my swing. So please bear with me, one more time. Don’t sway. You can chunk it. You can thin it. […]

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Aspire: 18 Ball Warm Up

Aspire: 18 Ball Warm Up

We rush to the first tee more often than we’d like to admit. Here’s a great way to slow it down and get in sync. Zap three flags with your rangefinder: 70, 90, 130 yards roughly: pick three clubs that will get the ball to these targets with half swings. Hit two balls to each […]

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Aspire Tip: Get Creative and Hit More Greens

Aspire Tip: Get Creative and Hit More Greens

I hit my 8 iron 160 yards, my seven averages 172. Not every shot I face is a stock shot though. I may have 160 yards to a pin that sits on a back shelf. 8 iron might seem like the right club but it might also make sense to hit a low 7 iron […]

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Aspire: In Between Clubs

Aspire: In Between Clubs

How many times in a round do you have the perfect yardage? Not very often. Best way to deal with that is practice it. On the range zap a flag that’s in between clubs. 130 yards. For argument sake lets say that’s right in the middle of a PW and 9. So I take my […]

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How to Shoot in the 80’s: Chip it closer

How to Shoot in the 80’s: Chip it closer

Hey Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. In todays How to Shoot in the 80’s series in the 60 second series (which is becoming my favorite series within a series series) we’re going to talk about how to chip it that much closer. Fact: at some point during a chip our ball is airborne and […]

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