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Sure-Set Tip — The Chicken Wing

Sure-Set Tip — The Chicken Wing

Getting rid of that dreaded chicken wing in your golf swing is extremely simple and made even more simple with the help of the Sure Set. (Grab yours here: Sure Set Training Aid) Get in your set up position with your butt barely touching a wall. Make your regular backswing and ensure that trailing elbow […]

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Sure-Set Tip — The Power Move

Sure-Set Tip — The Power Move

Stop throwing your arms at the ball and start rotating into the ball for more power with the Sure Set. (Grab yours here: Sure Set Training Aid.) Take your set up position. Take your swing to the top of the backswing. NOW, instead of throwing your arms, ROTATE your lower body. Feel the pressure on […]

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Keep A Constant Posture For Your Golf Swing

Keep A Constant Posture For Your Golf Swing

Hey Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. We put out a 60 sec tip on how to get into a good and solid setup position. We called it Consistent Posture. Then we were asked by one of you, how do you stay in that posture during the swing, in today’s 60 second tip. A consistent […]

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Use Your Towel For A Smooth Swing

Use Your Towel For A Smooth Swing

You can use a towel to create some crooner type rhythm into your golf swing. Our golf towel can be an amazing training aid if used properly. One way to use it is to develop some rhythm into our full swing. I know, it’s not stiff like a golf club. EXACTLY! This is going to […]

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An Effortless Swing

An Effortless Swing

How do you get an effortless golf swing like Ernie and Louis? They’ve both got these smooth, fluid, effortless swings that go for miles! So, how does one develop such an effortless swing? With a ridiculously simple drill. Take one step forward and one step back. That’s all it takes. It creates an effortless swing […]

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Body to Ball Position

Body to Ball Position

Ball position isn’t relegated to just where it is in your stance. You should also consider where your body is in relation to the ball. In this video we demonstrate the easiest way to determine how far or close you should stand from the ball. This may seem elementary but if Brooks Keopka spends most […]

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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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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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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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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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