Posts by Quite The Chap

Hover Your Club

Hover Your Club

There’s nothing better than sweet smell of freshly cut greens AND the distinct sound of a crisply hit iron shot. If you’ve ever visited the driving range at a PGA Tour golf tournament one thing you’ll notice is that it sounds so different than your local driving range or country club. You don’t hear dense […]

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Perfect Posture Drill

Perfect Posture Drill

The worst part about hitting it fat, then thin, followed by a pull is there’s no consistency to them, which makes it hard to pin point the issue. Before you go off and begin to overhaul your entire golf swing there’s one place that you can begin to look. Your Posture. An inconsistent posture from […]

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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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Develop Silky Smooth Rhythm

Develop Silky Smooth Rhythm

How’s your rhythm? You know that silky smooth rhythm all those top players on tour have. If you’re missing fairways and greens your rhythm might be the culprit. Your getting quick off the start or quick on the down swing and this is due to a complete lack of awareness. An awareness of where your […]

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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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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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Dealing With Wind

Dealing With Wind

I was just recently on the beautiful island of Kauai and it’s a wee bit windy, which makes sense because it’s an island in the middle of no where. Playing in the wind can often be frustrating and exhausting. We make three big mistakes when we’re playing in the wind. We grip the club harder […]

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Goal Setting

Goal Setting

The beginning of the season is an exciting time for anyone wanting a leg up on the competition. What we’re going to do today is set some specific goals or 1 specific goal. First off we’re going to ask ourselves three questions to get to the heart of our specific goal. So grab a pen […]

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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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String and Weight

String and Weight

Check out this one drill that will make your swing oh-so-silky-smooth. And the best part is, you can do in the comfort of your own home!

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