Improve Your Lag Putting

In the past we have talked about when to lag putt, it’s different for everyone depending on when your chances of 3-putting start to outweigh your chances of holing a putt, but even for the pros when a putt is over 35 feet they are just trying to get it close enough to give themselves […]

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Trust Your Club Selection

You should know how far you hit every club in your bag.  What’s the average distance using a full swing that your ball will travel with every wedge, iron, hybrid, and wood that you carry.  If you don’t know these numbers then your first stop should be to go to a range that has accurate […]

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Focus on the Process, Not the Results

A Good Shot Defined by Most Players To get more enjoyment out of the game you need to redefine what a “good shot” is. For most golfers a good drive is long and down the middle of the fairway. A good approach shot is when the ball ends up within 10 feet of the hole. […]

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Using Imagination to Read Greens

I talk quite a bit about the important of visualizing each shot before you make a swing out on the golf course.  Some people took that to mean full swings with their driver or when they are hitting approach shots.  However, it is even more important to use visualization when you are putting. Green Reading […]

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Hitting From a Tight Lie

Most average golfers are afraid to hit the ball from a tight lie. This type of lie occurs when there is very little, if any, grass under the ball. Professional golfers actually prefer this type of lie since they are playing on fairways that are cut very short anyway.  Players who frequently play on very […]

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