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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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Putting Challenge: Develop Feel

Putting Challenge: Develop Feel

  Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. Do you have the touch? Are you the boss of the moss? Do you sink everything in sight? Yeah, me neither, hence today’s video. Develop Feel in your Putting There are lots of putting tips, but here is a fun Putting Challenge to Develop Feel in your […]

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The Bunker Drill – Sand Scoop

The Bunker Drill – Sand Scoop

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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Stop Coming Up Short on Par 3s

Stop Coming Up Short on Par 3s

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 […]

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Coordinate Your Hand-Eye Coordination

Coordinate Your Hand-Eye Coordination

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. (juggling) Hand-eye coordination is not just for the carnival folk…it also helps your golf game…in today’s video, How to improve Golf Hand-Eye Coordination. We hear the golf analysts and commentators talk about so and so has great hand-eye coordination, and we’re like, if I just had better golf […]

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Take Your Range Game to the Golf Course

Take Your Range Game to the Golf Course

We hear it all the time. “Why can’t I take my range game to the golf course?” It’s so frustrating not to replicate the swing you grooved at the range when you are on the course. The good news, Mr. Short Game has an interesting take on how to accomplish this. It involves visualization and […]

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How to Break Par… Sort of!

How to Break Par… Sort of!

Mr. Short Game is back with a bit of twist to help you on How to Break Par during your next round! It’s simple, but you need to have an open mind. If your average score is an 85, then we’re going to make this your new par. For today’s example, the course is playing […]

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How to Chip from the Hardpan

How to Chip from the Hardpan

Mr. Short Game is back with 2 different types of shots to try when you chip from the hardpan and find yourself on the short side. Chip from the Hardpan The lie and your confidence will dictate which one you choose, but both good options for this tough shot. One is a bit more challenging […]

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Bunker Technique – Shallow not Steep

Bunker Technique – Shallow not Steep

Mr. Short Game has a new Bunker Technique – Shallow not Steep to get your bunker game back in shape. Conventional teaching generally has you take an open stance with an open club face and swing along the target line. This typically results in a steep attack angle, which doesn’t always work well in soft […]

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How To Practice Putting Without a Hole

How To Practice Putting Without a Hole

Mr. Short Game is back with a perfect putting drill when there are no holes on the practice green.  Or more often these days when the practice putting green is too crowded.  How To Practice Putting Without a Hole. Practice Putting without a hole This putting tip will bring purpose to your practice and make […]

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