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Now displaying: December, 2019
Dec 19, 2019

Imagine yourself playing a long par five. You just hit a perfect drive down the middle of the fairway and your looking at a good chance to score well on the hole. After approaching your ball, you realize that you are still too far away from the green to hit your hybrid but you might be able to get there with your three wood. Do you feel confident hitting your three wood off of the fairway or would you lay up with an iron instead?

If you feel like you wouldn’t have a chance of making it to the green with your wood, ask yourself why that is. The fairway wood is the longest club in the golf bag that we typically hit from the ground. The length of the fairway wood combined with the size of the clubhead can make it difficult for amateur golfers to make solid contact with a ball that’s on the ground.

To check out this awesome video by Chris Ryan CLICK HERE

Dec 16, 2019

Player Profile

Handicap: 33

Best Score Ever: 100

Current Struggle: Consistent Contact

Practice: 1/week

Golf Goals (Next 12 months)

After losing a bunch of weight I'm trying to find my swing again and trying to get back out there more often.  Really it's all about getting more consistent so I can get closer to breaking 100.

 

If you want to see the A.V.E.nue to Success training that I discussed with Alex just CLICK HERE

Dec 11, 2019

All golfers share the common desire of hitting it long and straight down the fairway. Unfortunately, we end up finding the rough or worse the majority of the time. From there, it becomes a struggle to make a par or even a bogey. 

It’s important to understand the errors you’re making in your driver swing in order to make the first steps to correcting them. Whether you hit high slices or low hooks, there are reasons for every result. If you understand these reasons and how they relate to your swing, you will be on your way to hitting more fairways.

CLICK HERE to check out the video demonstrating the soak the ball drill.

Dec 9, 2019

Player Profile: Kristian B.

Handicap: 18

Best Score Ever: 82

Current Struggle: Inconsistent Driver

Practice: 1x/week

Golf Goals (Next 12 months):

To beat my younger brother as much as possible!  He’s a 16 handicap and he beats me about 2/3rds of the time.  We do a first to 10 wins contest. Who ever wins 10 matches first has to buy the next round of golf or a piece of golf equipment.

 

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Dec 5, 2019

Have you ever hit a perfect drive down the middle of the fairway just to follow it up with a chunked iron shot? This is one of the least satisfying feelings you will experience in the game of golf. Instead of taking advantage of your perfect drive and having the chance to putt for birdie, you’re struggling to get up and down for par.   

The good news is; this issue can be avoided with one simple drill. The purpose of this drill is to teach you how to hit the ball before you hit the ground and allow you to shift your momentum and weight properly. The simple goal is to get your weight and momentum moving forward on the downswing and allow yourself to take a divot after you hit the ball. 

 

Check out the video at https://www.golfstrategyschool.com/stopchunking/

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