This drill helps increase the size of your target for longer putts. Lay a towel down and make at least 10 putts in a row (from 40+ft) that finish on top of the towel before starting your round.
This drill can help you with those testy 4ft putts. Try to go “Around The World” 5 times in a row and combine this drill with the “Gate Drill” for a fun and challenging practice.
This video emphasizes “rocking the shoulders” when putting. Remember, the shoulder rotation is the foundation for every shot in golf.
This drill emphasizes the one move found in every golf shot; the shoulder rotation.
This video will help you build the fundamentals for the low pitch shot. An important building block for the game of golf. Good luck!
The following video can help build hand-eye coordination, consistent contact, and impact angles. Try to use this drill as part of your practice routine. We recommend making 50 chips like this before every round…
In lesson #3, you will learn about the 3 main types of golf grips. These are the most commonly used golf grips and can provide a foundation to work from moving forward…
The following drill can be used for both putting and chipping. The main purpose is to help with your hand-eye coordination and to improve your ability to make consistent contact. In general, we recommend making 50 putts and 50 chips using the gate drill before hitting the range. Good luck!
The video below will provide a brief overview of the rules you need to know before hitting the links. Of course, there are hundreds of rules not covered that you can find here. Learning the rules can help build a foundation to lower scores in the future. SO TAKE NOTES!