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How to Escape Fairway Bunkers

How to Escape Fairway Bunkers

Hitting into a fairway bunker shouldn’t make you shutter with fear because escaping a fairway bunker is actually pretty simple. If you want to escape a fairway bunker there are only a few things to keep in mind. The biggest and most important thing that you should keep at the front of your mind is […]

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Elevation Changes: A simple calculation

Elevation Changes: A simple calculation

How do you calculate elevation changes? If you don’t already have a device that calculates that for you, we have a simple way to get roughly the correct distance. We’ll walk-through not just how to calculate the distance to an uphill & downhill pin but also how the ball is going to react. We’re not […]

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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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Hit a Bunker Shot From Thick Rough

Hit a Bunker Shot From Thick Rough

If you’re stuck in some thick green-side rough, hit a bunker shot. Imagine this, your ball is surrounded by thick rough. There’s no way you’re going to get the club face on the ball. So, you’re worried that the club is going to get narled up. Set up to the ball like a bunker shot- […]

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Master Your Transition

Master Your Transition

Master the transition from your backswing to your downswing with a simple drill. You don’t need to complete a swing overhaul to make better contact. You don’t necessarily need to swing faster to hit the ball farther. Maybe you just need to sync everything up a little more and make better contact with the ball. […]

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Plot Your Way Around The Golf Course

Plot Your Way Around The Golf Course

If you want to save strokes, you may want to start plotting your way around the golf course. It doesn’t take any extra time. It doesn’t take any swing changes. But it can help you save strokes…just by using your head a little. We often get into a routine when we play the same golf […]

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Add The High Chip To Your Arsenal

Add The High Chip To Your Arsenal

Adding the high chip to your arsenal around the greens is going to allow you to save more pars and capture more birdies. Using your creativity around the greens is key to shaving strokes off your game. Having confidence in that same creativity is a different story. Mr. Short Game helps us get out of […]

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5 Keys to Escape the Bunkers

5 Keys to Escape the Bunkers

Mr. Short Game comes to GolfersRX to teach you how to escape the bunker with 5 easy to implement keys. You no longer have to fear hitting into bunkers. You no longer have to pack a shovel the next time you walk into a bunker. With these 5 keys you’ll be getting out of the […]

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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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Nail The 3 – 4 Footer

Nail The 3 – 4 Footer

Nail the three to four foot putt with confidence. All you need is a ball and an alignment stick. The three to four foot putt can be daunting, nerve wracking, knee knocking (we can go on) but it doesn’t have to be. With a simple drill utilizing an alignment stick, you can nail those putts […]

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