Short Game Shots To Cut Strokes
Jan21

Short Game Shots To Cut Strokes

Improving your short game in golf is the key to breaking 80. It’s a fact that short game shots cut strokes. Without a good short game, you’ll have to hit every green in regulation to eliminate extra strokes. And hitting every green in regulation is near impossible—no matter how good you are. One situation where you can cut golf strokes is a shot that’s 20 or 30 feet from the green. You can’t afford to miss this shot....

Read More
5 Golf Tips to Easily Train Your Brain to Sink More Putts
Jul13

5 Golf Tips to Easily Train Your Brain to Sink More Putts

Want to shrink your golf handicap quickly? Here’s a golf tip on how to do it. Sink more putts—especially those knee-knocking three-, four-, and five-foot putts—to make birdies or salvage par. Sinking more of these knee-knockers saves a ton of strokes over the course of a season and can help you whittle down your handicap dramatically. One way to sink more putts is to train your brain to think the right way. That’s the...

Read More
7 Golf Tips That Can Help You Stop Three-Putting
Jun22

7 Golf Tips That Can Help You Stop Three-Putting

It’s hard to go low when you’re a poor putter. If that’s you and you’re serious about breaking 80, then you need to improve your putting. But to do that, you can’t just work on your mechanics, read golf tips in magazines, or hit balls on the practice green. You also have to work on the mental part of putting. Improving the mental side of putting can elevate your short game instantly. That’s the part...

Read More
7 Golf Tips to Win Your Next Golf Match
Jun08

7 Golf Tips to Win Your Next Golf Match

If you’re like most golfers, you probably use stroke play a lot. In fact, stroke play may be all you play with your regular foursome. Giving strokes to your opponent or opponents is the most popular way to play golf. That’s why a lot of golf tips in magazines and on TV cover stroke play as a topic. But playing match play is also a fun — and highly enjoyable — way to play golf. But many golfers who excel at stroke play...

Read More
How to Hit Ultra-Precise Golf Wedges and Long Irons (Part I)
May11

How to Hit Ultra-Precise Golf Wedges and Long Irons (Part I)

Power can take you only so far in golf. To get over that next plateau, you need to improve your approach shots. You must hit them close to go low. So if you’re serious about breaking 80 and lowering your golf handicap, you need to learn to hit precise golf wedges and long irons—two key weapons in your shot arsenal. But mastering these clubs is easier said than done. Learning to stick it close from long range or fly a wedge to...

Read More
6 Proven Short Game Tips to Lower Golf Scores
Apr20

6 Proven Short Game Tips to Lower Golf Scores

Like many golfers, you want lower golf scores. That helps you go low and chops strokes off your golf handicap. But shooting lower golf scores is a challenge. The easiest—and fastest—way to do it is to do two things: (1) master those short greenside wedge shots that can add strokes to your golf scores, and; (2) improve your putting. In other words, spend less time on your long game and more time on your short game. Below are five...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest