Drills & Practice Overview

Drills & Practice Overview When we hear the word "Drills," we think of work. Work is no fun. Instead, let’s change this perspective. Drills are fun! Why are they fun, you ask? Because…they help us improve at the game of golf and that means more pars. And more pars is definitely more fun! So let’s get to work…oops …I mean ...

On the Course with Marc & Christina Playlist

On the Course with Marc & ChristinaPGA Pro Marc Spencer and Christina Ricci host on-course clinics that are a ton of fun. We host events on the course and in the studio. A little wine and cheese, one-on-one instruction, and lots of laughs in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. This program and my book is the ideal combo to get ...

Drills Overview

Drills & PracticeWhen we hear the word drills or practice, we think of work. Work is no fun. Let’s change this perspective. Drills are fun! Why are they fun, you ask? Because…they help us improve at the game of golf and that means more pars. And more pars is definitely more fun! So let’s get to work…oops… I mean…let’s get ...

Swing Sequences » Pink Series 3

Swing Sequences That’s what the golf swings all about…it’s about gaining control of your life and lett’in go at the same time.  - Roy 'Tin Cup' McAvoy Previous Page Lots more Swing Sequences to come. Enjoy these? Let me know your feedback. I would love to hear. Got an iPad? Checkout the interactive Yellow Series which includes 6 editions based ...

Swing Sequences » Pink Series 2

Swing Sequences Christina's take on a Swing Sequence The Swing Sequence is one of my favorite features from the Digital iPad Editions; interactive swing sequences spanning tee to green! Move through the swings frame by frame with key points along the way; a fun and effective way to expedite your learning.  - Christina Ricci Previous PageNext PageGet it on iTunes ...

Swing Sequences » Pink Series 1

Swing Sequences Select a Swing to view key points frame by frame. An engaging way to learn how to execute—tee to green! Tin Cup's take on a Swing Sequence The critical opening phrase of this poem will always be the grip, which the hands unite to form a single unit by the simple overlap of the little finger. Lowly and ...