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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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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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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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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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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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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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The 4 Best Putting Drills to Get You Back On Track

The 4 Best Putting Drills to Get You Back On Track

The 4 best putting drills to get your putting back on track. I know from experience that you can feel helpless when your putting stroke fails you. 3 foot putts feel like 10 foot putts. The video contains 4 super simple putting drills that take us back to the basics and getting sinking more putts […]

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Consistent Pitching and Chipping like the Pros

Consistent Pitching and Chipping like the Pros

What if we told you consistent pitching and chipping (like the pros) is within your reach? While you may not consistently pitch and chip the ball really close to the hole like they do, we can help you consistently get the ball within a legit one-putt distance. This tip and the Impact Snap will help.

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