Player Profile: Mike
Best Score Ever: 85
Current Struggle: Driver/tee shots
Golf Goals (Next 12 months)
Consistently shoot in the high 80s and hopefully set a personal best of breaking 85. Also to get more consistent with driving accuracy and have continual improvement in the short game.
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As golf fans, we’ve all seen the pros hit a high flying wedge shot that lands past the pin and rolls back towards the hole like they were reeling it in with a fishing pole. It seems like magic and you can’t help but wish you could do the same out on the course. Before you can start reeling in your wedge shots, you must first understand what produces that kind of backspin and what is holding you back from seeing the results you’d like. We will break down the equipment and the technique that is needed to produce the maximum amount of backspin with your wedges.
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Everyone has been on the golf course with someone who loves to give out unsolicited tips and advice and this is especially common when it comes to the short game. You might get lucky and use one of their tips to improve your wedges but the odds are, you are doing more harm than good. There are three common common mistakes that the average players makes with their wedges and I’m sure you’ve heard them all before.
We will be taking a close look at these three common mistakes and teaching you how to avoid them next time you find yourself with a wedge in your hand.
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Today's episode looks at how (and why) we determine a successful practice. What does good look like and why is it important to us?
If you know me or this podcast I’m usually pretty quick to tell someone to holster their driver in favor of a more controllable club, especially if it’s costing them penalty strokes off the tee.
I’m not against hitting driver, I’m just very guarded against taking penalty strokes. Today we are going to look at what are some key things to focus on when we actually do hit the driver well on a consistent basis.
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