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Slow Play: Will It Ever Get Better

Slow Play: Will It Ever Get Better

Will slow play ever get better on the pro and amateur level? We dive into our first roundtable discussion on the topic, joined by Paul Kruger of the PGA and Dan Mann from MyGolfSpy. The 20 new rule changes were to specifically help in speeding up your round of golf. We asked if this was […]

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Block Practice vs Random Practice

Block Practice vs Random Practice

Block practice vs random practice, which is the most effective for golf improvement? Quite The Chap discusses the benefits and drawbacks of both methods of practice. Which method is more difficult and which is going to see the most lasting results? We see the most common type of practice every time we head out to […]

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A Trigger For Your Golf Swing

A Trigger For Your Golf Swing

Do you have a trigger for your golf swing? Do you freeze over the ball with anxious anticipation on how and when you’ll finally take the club back. If that’s the case you should develop a Trigger for your golf swing. All the major players have one: Jack has a head tilt, Gary has a […]

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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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Practice Anywhere: No Equipment Necessary

Practice Anywhere: No Equipment Necessary

You can practice your golf swing anywhere/anytime and you don’t need any equipment. If you find yourself itching to put a little practice in while at the airport or in your hotel room, watch this video to get a little insight on how you can use a book and a coin to help. Not all […]

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Learn To Turn And Rotate

Learn To Turn And Rotate

Quite The Chap demonstrates how you can perfect your turn and rotation into the ball with this one simple drill. Use this turn and rotation drill at home or at the driving range. You may hit a lot of chunks or pull hooks if you’re not turning and rotating into impact properly. Counter to popular […]

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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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The Drivable Par 4: How do you play it?

The Drivable Par 4: How do you play it?

The drivable par 4. The most exciting and yet daunting & frustrating hole in golf. You can come up roses and you can also go down in a ball of flames. We all want to take a crack at it, we all want to be the hero! But let’s be realistic, not all of us […]

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Escape Crappy Bunkers

Escape Crappy Bunkers

We don’t all play pristine golf courses that have perfectly manicured bunkers. And less than ideal bunkers are not the easiest to navigate, what with their rocks, grass, hardpan, wet, compact sand. In this video we’ll show you the simplest way to escape a bunker that hasn’t been raked in awhile. You’re not going to […]

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Overspeed Training – Lighter is Faster

Overspeed Training – Lighter is Faster

We all want to hit the ball further, don’t we? We all want to hear that sound of the ball coming off there face of the club like a canon! One of the biggest problems is that we try to swing harder instead of faster. When we swing harder, we tend to get more tense […]

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