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Keep IT Forward For Crispy Wedges

Keep IT Forward For Crispy Wedges

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 club face. It sounds good. It feels good. The ball has a penetrating trajectory. And when it hits the green, it stops. Mr. Shortgame […]

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An Effortless Swing

An Effortless Swing

How do you get an effortless golf swing like Ernie and Louis? They’ve both got these smooth, fluid, effortless swings that go for miles! So, how does one develop such an effortless swing? With a ridiculously simple drill. Take one step forward and one step back. That’s all it takes. It creates an effortless swing […]

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OFF-SEASON Series: Balance

OFF-SEASON Series: Balance

What are you doing in your off-season? Are you waiting for next season to start or are you starting next season already. In this video we go back to the basics and revisit some of our fundamental videos. Over the course of this off-season we’re going to lay the foundation of a sound golf swing. […]

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Footwork For Your Golf Game

Footwork For Your Golf Game

‘Work’ your footwork with a slow golf swing. When working on our footwork, and we should be, starting slow is key. If we start slow with short shots, we’ll be able to transition into longer shots with much more success. There’s nothing worse than going to the range the good intentions only to be derailed […]

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Stop The Snap Hook!

Stop The Snap Hook!

If you’ve got issues with the snap hook, we can help! One of the issues with the snap hook is that we stop rotating through the ball and we get handsie/armsie and the ball goes leftsie. What we need to do is feel our body finish the swing. This can be done with two simple […]

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How to Escape Fairway Bunkers

How to Escape Fairway Bunkers

Hitting into a fairway bunker shouldn’t make you shutter with fear because escaping a fairway bunker is actually pretty simple. If you want to escape a fairway bunker there are only a few things to keep in mind. The biggest and most important thing that you should keep at the front of your mind is […]

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Master Your Transition

Master Your Transition

Master the transition from your backswing to your downswing with a simple drill. You don’t need to complete a swing overhaul to make better contact. You don’t necessarily need to swing faster to hit the ball farther. Maybe you just need to sync everything up a little more and make better contact with the ball. […]

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3 Options From 40 Yards

3 Options From 40 Yards

Mr. Short Game give us three options to choose from when faced with the 40 yard pitch. Maybe laid up on a par 5. Maybe we’re trying to save par. Whatever the reason, we have options from around the 40 yard range. Depending on what we’re facing in front of us and the hole, we […]

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Stop Slicing Series (part one): Transfer Your Weight

Stop Slicing Series (part one): Transfer Your Weight

Do you want to stop slicing? Then make sure that you transfer your weight to your FRONT foot. One of the most common faults that cause a slice is keeping your weight on your back foot as to start your downswing and complete your followthrough. It stops your lower body from rotating. It causes you […]

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Good Footwork is Key to a Solid Golf Swing

Good Footwork is Key to a Solid Golf Swing

Good footwork is key to a solid golf swing. Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Bubba Watson are great examples of players who have great footwork. The relationship between their feet and the ground is key to how they generate balance and power. In this video The Golf Yogi demonstrates three simple exercises that will get […]

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