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Chipping Options Around the Green

Chipping Options Around the Green

Mr. Short Game is back with multiple chipping options to try next time you find yourself around the green on hardpan or with a tight lie. While there’s no wrong option here, most golfers select their highest lofted wedge, usually the 60 degree. This can be risky, as a mishit will usually result in a […]

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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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Develop a Balanced Swing

Develop a Balanced Swing

Hey, Quite The Chap here for GoflersRX. We’ve all heard that a balanced diet is good for your health. Well, a balanced swing is also good for your health. A balanced swing alleviates many health ailments you probably didn’t think were golf-related…like high blood pressure. Anger issues. Chromdomia. Grey hairitis. I broke my 9 iron […]

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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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Aspire Tip: Get Creative and Hit More Greens

Aspire Tip: Get Creative and Hit More Greens

Everybody wants to hit more greens in regulation.  So, Get Creative!  I hit my 8 iron 160 yards, my seven averages 172. Not every shot I face is a stock shot, though. I may have 160 yards to a pin that sits on a back shelf. 8 iron might seem like the right club, but […]

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Aspire: In Between Clubs

Aspire: In Between Clubs

It seems that I am always between clubs.  How many times in a round do you have the perfect yardage? Not very often. The best way to deal with that is to practice it. Between Clubs On the range, zap a flag that’s in between clubs. 130 yards. For argument’s sake, let’s say that’s right […]

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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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How To Re-Sync Your Golf Swing

How To Re-Sync Your Golf Swing

How To Re-Sync Your Golf Swing. Mr. Short Game is back with a golf drill to help straighten out your golf swing whenever it gets out of sync. This How to Golf Video drill helps you rotate and open your shoulders better. You will finish with your weight on your left side, in other words, […]

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