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Sure-Set Tip — The Chicken Wing

Sure-Set Tip — The Chicken Wing

Getting rid of that dreaded chicken wing in your golf swing is extremely simple and made even more simple with the help of the Sure Set. (Grab yours here: Sure Set Training Aid) Get in your set up position with your butt barely touching a wall. Make your regular backswing and ensure that trailing elbow […]

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Sure-Set Tip — Control Your Club Face

Sure-Set Tip — Control Your Club Face

Let’s reign in our club face to ensure it’s square at impact with the Sure Set. (Grab yours here: Sure Set Training Aid). Grip the sure set with a 7 iron, as if you’re set up to a ball. Take the club back. The sure set should be tucked into your lead armpit. Complete your […]

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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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Sure-Set Tip — Simple Swing Sequence

Sure-Set Tip — Simple Swing Sequence

Practice the sequence of your golf swing with the sure set. (Grab yours here —> Sure Set Training Aid) 1) A slight forward hand press 2) wrist hinge (sure set tucked into lead armpit) 3) forearm rotation 4) body rotation That’s your backswing in the simplest steps possible. —————————— Stop throwing your arms at the […]

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OFF SEASON: Rotation In Your Golf Swing

OFF SEASON: Rotation In Your Golf Swing

Hey Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. We’re back with another video in the Off-Season Series. Rotation. Rotation. Rotation. Get more rotation in your golf swing. I didn’t realize how much I was swaying in my back swing until a friend pointed it out. Now, it wasn’t an enormous sway but it was enough to […]

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Keep A Constant Posture For Your Golf Swing

Keep A Constant Posture For Your Golf Swing

Hey Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. We put out a 60 sec tip on how to get into a good and solid setup position. We called it Consistent Posture. Then we were asked by one of you, how do you stay in that posture during the swing, in today’s 60 second tip. A consistent […]

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How to Shoot in the 80’s: 3-5 Footers

How to Shoot in the 80’s: 3-5 Footers

Hey Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. We asked our facebook Group what their golf goals. And a majority of them responded with “shoot in the 80’s”. So let’s do that, in today’s 60sec vid. I have a feeling this is going to be longer than 60 seconds. Maybe it turns into a series within […]

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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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A Consistent Posture

A Consistent Posture

How do we develop a consistent posture? It’s easier than you think. Brooks Koepka works on the basics when he practices. He nails down his grip, his posture, and his alignment. Notice there is no mention of mechanics? We like this. In this video we demonstrate what the ideal posture is. How to get into […]

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Use Your Towel For A Smooth Swing

Use Your Towel For A Smooth Swing

You can use a towel to create some crooner type rhythm into your golf swing. Our golf towel can be an amazing training aid if used properly. One way to use it is to develop some rhythm into our full swing. I know, it’s not stiff like a golf club. EXACTLY! This is going to […]

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