BSF Short Game – Fringe Play

If you want more pars, but struggle with contact when you find your ball on the fringe, the first thing to look at is which way is the grass growing? From there, you can craft a smart game play. Why is the fringe tricky? Depending on the direction of the grass, it can catch your club. Yikes! So, in this playlist, I play out several scenarios so you can have more success from the fringe. So, let’s get to it!

BSF Short Game – Wayward Chips

If you struggle with wayward chips, then let’s get you on track toward the hole in this playlist. Not only will you improve your direction, you’ll significantly improve your contact. In fact, contact is paramount for on-target shots around the green. So, let’s get to it!

BSF Short Game – Bunker Bounce

What is bounce and why do I need it? In this playlist, you’ll learn the magic of the bounce and how your ball can sail on the magic sand carpet close to the pin. So, let’s get to it!

BSF Short Game – Wedge Connection

If you struggle with the 40-50-60-75-yard wedge shot, then let’s make sure that you are connected. This makes the wedge game much easier to maneuver. You’ll strike the bal better and be able to dial in your distances. So, let’s get to it.

BSF Short Game – Ditch the Flick & Flip

If you want more pars but struggle with a flippy or flick situation with your lead wrist at impact with your short shots around the green, then let’s address in this playlist. Oftentimes, it is awareness, lack of confidence or a few other popular culprits. So, let’s get to it!

BSF Short Game – Putting Practice

If you want more pars, practice your putting with these fun games. Putting represents most of your strokes during a round, yet few practice. I think it’s because they do now know what or how to practice putting. Problem solved in this playlist. So, let’s get to it!

BSF Short Game – Chip Practice

If you want more pars, but you are not sure how to practice your chip shots, then this playlist is for you. The goal with your chipping is based on your skill level. The ultimate goal is a tight dispersion pattern around the hole with a few chip-ins as a bonus. The only way to achieve that awesomeness is to practice. So, let’s get to it!

BSF Short Game – Bunker Practice

If you want more pars, let’s grab your pail and shovel and head to the sand to practice. This targeted playlist includes fun ways to improve your entry point which in turn will give you much more confidence and consistency from the sand. So, let’s get to it.

BSF Short Game – Putting Stroke

The first step is a spot-on set-up and a properly fitted putter. After that, it’s all stroke baby. Your stroke needs to be your pals so your ball can start on it’s intended line and then cozy up or preferably into the hole. If your stroke is not your pal, then let’s identify possible culprits. So, let’s get to it.