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PreShot Driver Drill

PreShot Driver Drill

This PreShot Driver Drill will help you swing through your tee shot and improve your driver distance. PreShot Driver Drill You should use this on-course playing tip from Mr. Short Game to help you rotate and transition your weight. This simple mental tip reminds you where you want to be at the end of your […]

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Feel Every Movement In Your Golf Swing

Feel Every Movement In Your Golf Swing

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Golf Swing Feel is important, but have you ever seen a swing that takes a full minute to complete? Ooohhhf, one-minute swing…in today’s video. Ben Hogan used to practice a one-minute swing. What do I mean by that? His swing from start to finish would take one minute. […]

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Sure-Set Tip — The Power Move

Sure-Set Tip — The Power Move

Stop throwing your arms at the ball and start rotating into the ball for more power with the Sure Set. (Grab yours here: Sure Set Training Aid.) Take your set up position. Take your swing to the top of the backswing. NOW, instead of throwing your arms, ROTATE your lower body. Feel the pressure on […]

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More Distance For Seniors

More Distance For Seniors

You’re a little older and don’t quite move like you used to but you still have that competitive spirit. So how do you squeeze out those extra few yards? Getting an extra few yards out of your drives may be the simplest adjustment. We’re going to start with posture. If we make a simple adjustment […]

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Switch Up Your Routine

Switch Up Your Routine

Do you hit the same shot over and over again at the range? If you do, maybe you should stop. Taking your game to the range and the range to the course is a game changer. And you can easily take your game to the range by switching up your routine. How? By switching up […]

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Body to Ball Position

Body to Ball Position

Ball position isn’t relegated to just where it is in your stance. You should also consider where your body is in relation to the ball. In this video we demonstrate the easiest way to determine how far or close you should stand from the ball. This may seem elementary but if Brooks Keopka spends most […]

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WHAT’S YOUR TEE HEIGHT?

WHAT’S YOUR TEE HEIGHT?

Consistency in your tee height can lead to consistency in your ball flight. We quickly run down how to create a consistent tee height without having to pull out a measuring tape. Do you jam your tee in and swing away? I hope not! Consistency in tee height will create consistency in ball flight. Therefore […]

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Faster Not Harder!

Faster Not Harder!

Harder brings on thoughts of tension, so how does one swing faster? This is an interesting question, I don’t believe there are any ‘tips’ to swing it faster, I think that needs to take place with specific training. BUT I do think that there are steps that can be taken to keep you loose and […]

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Stop Slicing Series Part II: The One Piece Takeaway

Stop Slicing Series Part II: The One Piece Takeaway

If you want to stop slicing, you need to stop slashing across the ball and it can all start with your backswing. Another one of the most common faults that cause a slice is slashing across the ball because you haven’t fully completed your backswing or you haven’t started your backswing properly. There is a […]

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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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