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Make More Birdies. Or Pars!

Make More Birdies. Or Pars!

Mr. Shortgame demonstrates how to make more birdies in practice so we can make more birdies on the course. It’s hard to recreate the pressure that we sometimes feel on the golf course. But Mr. Shortgame has a strategy and drill that definitely applies the pressure. The great thing about this drill is that it […]

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Stress Free Lag Putting

Stress Free Lag Putting

The more we think about it the more we’re going to stress about it. So let’s make this super simple. Let’s take out all the complexities that we put into our lag putting. We don’t want to OVERTHINK this. What we want to do is just keep it free and simple. This video goes through […]

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A Simple Lag Putting Drill

A Simple Lag Putting Drill

We will three putt! But we can work on our lag putting with this super simple drill. Let’s face it, three putting will never be washed from a golfers vocabulary…ever. But we can work on taking the stress out of lag putting with this simple drill. Being able to see “visualize” where your putt needs […]

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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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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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Read Putts Like Camilo Villegas!

Read Putts Like Camilo Villegas!

If you want to read putts like Camilo Villegas, you’ll need to practice these stretches demonstrated by The Golf Yogi. These stretches are not just for reading putts though, they bleed into all facets of your golf game. Combining all of these stretches together, you will have properly enabled the hips to rotate with speed […]

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Practice Your Putting While You Travel

Practice Your Putting While You Travel

If you’ve got five minutes you can hone your putting tempo and speed control in your hotel room. It doesn’t matter if you’re away on business or vacation, you can always be working towards a better golf game. Quite The Chap demonstrates three (3) putting drills you can do in your hotel room (or at […]

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Develop A Smooth And Solid Putting Stroke

Develop A Smooth And Solid Putting Stroke

Develop a smooth putting stroke with a coin. Start making solid contact with the ball…with a coin. Quite The Chap demonstrates how a coin can help your putting stroke. Use the first drill to stop yourself from ‘hitting’ the ball and allow yourself to start stroking the ball. Use the second drill to help start […]

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Indoor Putting Drills

Indoor Putting Drills

Here are two fantastic putting drills that you can use indoors when the weather is just not cooperating…or let’s face it, when you just don’t want to leave the house. These two, super simple drills, are going to target your stroke and your putter face alignment at impact. You don’t have to be on the […]

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