Mr. Short Game is back with a bunker drill – Sand Scoop to help you accelerate through the sand and hit the golf ball closer to the pin. The Bunker Drill – Sand Scoop The Bunker Drill – Sand Scoop is a practice technique that will help you gain confidence in the bunker and condition […]
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Short on Par 3s? It’s well known that most amateur golfers find themselves short of the flag on their approach shots or Par 3 tee shots. So, why is that? Because they under club or select the club that flies at or near the desired distance when hit just right. Short on Par 3s News […]
Mr. Short Game here with an important and controversial message… NEVER HIT DOWN!!! Watch, and he’ll explain his thoughts behind this common misnomer and provide a short game drill that will lead to an optimal swing plane. Think shallow, NOT down. Never Hit Down! ****** Why subscribe to GolfersRx? Here is a Game-Changing Chipping Drill […]
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 clubface. It sounds good. It feels good. The ball has a penetrating trajectory. And when it hits the green, it stops. Mr. […]
Mr. Short Game gives you some pointers on how your Short Game Practice. Do you have a plan when you head to the short game area to practice? Do you have the mental discipline to adjust your strategy when faced with different atmospheres at your club? You may have a plan when you head out […]
Nick Faldo stated that ‘tempo is the glue that sticks all the elements of the swing together’. And engraining tempo into your golf swing is not only essential, but can be made a whole lot easier with the Swing Click. Colby teaches us how to use this great aid in today’s golf lesson.
When it comes to putting, the excuses are countless to avoid uttering the word… “choke”… a good-old “failure to perform” under pressure. It can be called a mis-read putt, problems with distance control and so on. In reality though, when anxiety runs high and your confidence runs low, you tend to over-think. Here’s a quick-tip […]