If you want more pars, let’s practice with a purpose… and let’s keep that purpose to one focus…more pars. Our goal is to transfer our practice time onto the course. I see too many players struggling to do that. Reason? Their practice sessions are not transferable. Instead, here’s an efficient plan to transfer for more pars. So, let’s get it!
If you want more pars and more GIRs, let’s get you striking your irons pure, where you experience that amazing pop off the clubface. I see many players with slow hands, through the hitting zone. Instead, let’s get your hands lightning fast with forearm rotation that will replace the dreaded chicken wing with more pars. So, let’s get to it.
If you want more pars and more distance, let’s make sure that you are REALLY making a backswing. Many players struggle with fully turning their back to the target. A popular reason with my students, is that they lose their sense of space…it get’s weird back there. So, instead, they end up not turning. Here’s the fix and the whys so you can get back there without getting weird. So let’s get to it!
If you want more pars, let’s get those blades and chunk-a-lots outta the bag. Instead, let’s head to the hardware store to get a couple of training aids to help get you crisp chips that get you close to the pin. So let’s get to it!
If you want more pars, let’s get you more connected in your golf swing. Staying connected especially at address and during your takeaway, helps to keep the club on plane and is critical for solid ball striking. I share various tips to help you find YOUR connection. So let’s get to it!
If you want more pars, let’s make sure that your alignment process is correct…not right. I see many players with great intentions, ensuring they aim their club face to their intended target. Unfortunately, their body lines are not parallel to that target line. The result? Missed shots not starting on your intended line. So, let’s fix that now!
If you want more pars, let’s get you making more putts when it really matters. I see too many players missing the important putts when placed under pressure. To address that, I have a great drill that will help you make more putts…better speed with the long ones and in the hole for the shorties. So, let’s get to it!
If you want more pars, let’s check your sequence to ensure that your angles created during the backswing are being stored and then unleashed at the right time during the swing.
If you want more pars, let’s make sure that you have a confident set-up when you find your ball on a downslope with a big bunker before the green. There are a couple key points to help you have success with these downhill shots around the green. So, let’s get to it.
Dial in Your Chips & Pitches! If you want more pars, but struggle with distance control and solid contact from 70 yards and in, try the hinge & hold, extend and fold. Not only will this technique groove your shorts shots, it will also improve your long game. So, let’s get to it!