If you want more pars, let’s let’s keep the ice cream in the ice cream shop and get you chipping around the green a lot better. This is a Super popular culprit where players try to help the ball in the air by trying to get under the ball. When it comes to chipping, we need to actually strike down on the ball down and through so I’m gonna show you how to do that right now. So, let’s get to it!
If you want more pars, but really struggle with understanding how to really rotate properly during the backswing than this tip is for you. We first got ahead and do it TPI assessment which is which assesses your torso mobility. That’s step number one. Step number two is then to understand the variables that make up an awesome backswing. This is a great practice session too. So let’s get to it.
If you want more pars, let’s define X factor. What is it and how do you get some. The first step is to make sure that you can physically do it so well perform an assessment to determine your X-factor capability. And then I walk through the key points on how to get some in your swing. So let’s get to it.
If you want more pars, grab three tees and let’s jump in the sand and practice our bunker extension. Players really struggle from the bunker and this fun drill will help you get much better sand contact by focusing on striking the tees. So let’s get to it.
If you want more pars, but you really struggle with contact and distance and accuracy then let’s go ahead and get you connected. Had to MissPar.com to get my connection band. It’s awesome. You can use it for your short game and long game.
If you want more pars, let’s make sure your hands are getting deep enough during the backswing to help you shall the club on the downswing. I share popular culprits why your hands may not be getting deep enough and then cues to help you get them deep enough. So let’s get to it.
How Much Should the Hips Move (Backswing & Downswing)?
If you want more pars, but you’re not really clear on how much the hip should rotate and move laterally throughout the swing and this tip is for you. So let’s get to it.
If you want more pars, but you really struggle with solid ball striking then let’s take a look at your torso during the transition. Are you trying to hit the ball with your upper body. When this happens it throws your golf swing out of sequence and makes solid ball striking nearly impossible. Instead, let me give you a great and simple cue to help you improve your transition and get back to solid ball striking. So let’s get to it.
If you want more pars, but you are losing your angles early during the downswing then let’s go ahead and focus on your posture. Your posture plays a key role in maintaining your angles which help deliver the club squarely with lots of effortless power. So let’s get to it.
If you want more pars, but really struggle with your chipping around the green, then let’s get you to focus on the club’s shaft. A lot of players are trying to hold their angles through the chip shot and not release the shaft this is a big no-no. Much of this is the concept of the hinge and hold where players are trying to hinge and then hold… but instead let me show you how to really do it. So let’s get to it.