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Check Your Balance In Your Golf Swing

Check Your Balance In Your Golf Swing

You may know a Golf Balance Drill, but have you ever checked your balance during your Golf Swing? Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. A balanced work/golf life is the best life, but it can depend a lot on balance in your golf life…because balance is important…in today’s video. Golf Balance Drill If you’ve […]

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How to Play a Mud Ball

How to Play a Mud Ball

The Mud Ball is when you find Mud on Golf Ball.  But what do you do?  What can you expect? Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. How to play a mud ball…pick the ball up, wipe the mud off, put the ball down, hit the ball…or in todays’ video. Mud Ball If you’re actually […]

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Stop The Early Cast AND Your Slice

Stop The Early Cast AND Your Slice

Do you know what Casting in Golf is?  Do you know how to stop casting Golf? Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. I don’t fish, but I know that an early cast is not a good cast and that this sentence is really just a bunch of gibberish. Stop the early cast in your […]

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Ace Your Putting – Be the Best Putter

Ace Your Putting – Be the Best Putter

Who is the Best Putter, you know?  What makes them such a great putter?  What about you? Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Wanna “ace” your putting test…in today’s video Every putt is a tester. Whether it’s a 2 footer or 30 footers, to sink it, you have to have the right line, BUT […]

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Sharpie Your Wedges For Better Chipping

Sharpie Your Wedges For Better Chipping

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Chili-dipping, I mean chunking. No, whiffing, geez, nope, chipping, and how to avoid the other stuff I just said…in today’s video. Better Chipping Better Chipping ain’t easy. But getting better doesn’t have to be complicated. Often we pick a spot to land the ball. Followed by making a […]

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Lean Into Your Irons

Lean Into Your Irons

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GoflersRX. Are you chunking your irons so bad that you’re chunking your chunks…in today’s video, we cover Golf Shaft Lean. I have the chunks. I’ve lived with them for years. I’ve tried a lot of things. And then Johnny Miller entered my life.…in a good way. Miller has a […]

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Strike Your Irons Clean

Strike Your Irons Clean

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Do you know how to hit irons consistently?  A clean, pure iron shot is such a good feeling. It’s like you never actually hit the ball, you look up, and there it is screaming towards the target…how did we do that? In todays’ video drills to hit irons […]

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Consider Your Roll Out

Consider Your Roll Out

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GoflersRX. “You have 150 to the middle, 135 to the front, 165 to the back,” and we’ve got a back pin, so I guess I should hit it 165.  In today’s video, we cover your Approach Shot Roll Out and help you develop a golf approach shot strategy. The […]

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Eliminate Casting to Increase Swing Speed

Eliminate Casting to Increase Swing Speed

Eliminate Casting to Increase Swing Speed. Gene Parente of Golf Laboratories breaks down what casting is why it’s a distance killer. Casting is a common swing fault among amateur golfers caused by starting the downswing too fast in an attempt to smash the ball. This results in a jerking motion and flip of the wrists […]

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Launch Monitor And Distance Control

Launch Monitor And Distance Control

To help develop your approach shots’ precision distance control, you need to figure out your average carry for each club. Go through your bag and hit about 5-10 shots that you feel good about with each club.  Swing Caddie launch monitor tracks the averages for you. Write them down. Now grip down a full inch […]

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