Mr. Short Game provides a simple swing thought that will have you hitting crispy wedges.
We all want to hear that pure sound when the ball leaves the middle of the clubface. It sounds good. It feels good. The ball has a penetrating trajectory. And when it hits the green, it stops. Mr. Short Game can help us achieve all those sights, sounds, and feelings!
It’s called the Forward Forward Drill. It’s about moving your weight forward instead of swaying your weight backward on your backswing, which can cause a lot of issues like flipping, chunking, thinning. Yeah, not ideal.
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Here is another video from Mr. Short Game, ‘Take Your Game from the Range to the Course.’ Just one of the many videos we have at GolfersRx.com.
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Our experts have affected the lives of tens of thousands of golfers over the years, and they are now achieving lower scores, out driving their peers, playing injury-free, and enjoying the game more than they ever thought they could.
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You must realize there is some work involved. GolfersRx.com may teach you a new thought process or a new swing technique. In addition, you will need to practice it.
You MUST be okay with trying some fresh, new techniques or embracing a new way of looking at some age-old problems. If so, GolfersRx.com is most likely for you.
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