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Posts by Quite The Chap

Warm Up

Warm Up

In today’s prescription you’ll learn a simple movement that will help: stretch yourself out bring yourself into the present calm you you focus WARNING! I’m not a doctor. You may want to consult one before you try this. Your Prescription to a Better Game GolfersRX Tips Team

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Drive it Further

Drive it Further

It’s nice to see the ball fall in the cup on a long putt and relief when it falls in on a short putt. But lets be honest. It’s so much more fun just to bomb one off the tee. Unfortunately we go about hitting it further all wrong. Our first instinct is to try […]

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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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Rainy Day Drill

Rainy Day Drill

Have you ever had one of those days when mother nature doesn’t cooperate with your golf game. There’s no way you can go out and play. What about those days where your boss throws a whole bunch of paper work on your desk and there’s no way you’re getting out early. Well here are two […]

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Be in the Present

Be in the Present

Our number one enemy on the golf course is our mind. More specifically what we put into our mind. We get caught up in our last bad shot all too often. We starting thinking about it. We lament about it. We start reliving it so much so that we start pouting about it. Your playing […]

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Find Your Weakness

Find Your Weakness

Golf is unique to all other sports. We quickly get sucked in and obsessed with our golf games and I think it’s attributed specifically to improving. We get hungry for it so we set a goal like breaking 90. This is a great goal, but there’s one missing key factor. How are you going to […]

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Quiet Legs

Quiet Legs

Many golfers think of the golf swing from the top down. “Keep my head down” “Keep my head still” “Turn my back to the target” “Smooth transition” “Don’t get snatchy” Well This creates a neglect for the bottom part of the swing. Our legs and feet! Our legs and feet provide: stability to get thru […]

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Club In Belly

Club In Belly

Have you ever stood over the golf ball and thought… “Do my hands start the takeaway or the shoulders?” Or “I read somewhere a Pro tweaks his head and another kicks his knee.” The very beginning of the back swing scares the heck out of people and it shouldn’t. The beginning of your back swing […]

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Slopes Are Good

Slopes Are Good

The 1st tee can make even the most seasoned golf veterans nervous. So when us regular folk walk up to the 1st tee it can be daunting. Especially if you tend to curve the ball in either direction. 1st tee jitters can make us tense, which causes us to get jerky and curve the ball […]

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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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