Bladed it, smiled it, chili dipper, chunk city, worm burner, gopher killer... if any of these describe your short game, then it's time to turn your ears on because this weeks' episode is here to help you get your short game under control!
Want to get your junior golfer to fall in love with the game? Looking for a program that keeps the focus on fun while still getting results? Check out Operation 36 from iGrow Golf!
EPISODE FEATURED GUESTS: RYAN DAILEY AND MATT REAGAN
These two are part of a team in iGrow golf, and are also part of an amazing project called Operation 36. Both Ryan and Matt are PGA professionals and teach and coach in North Carolina. In 2009 they created a revolutionary junior golf coaching program. Operation 36 is a culmination of trial and error with golfers age 3-13, and its main goal is to get juniors to shoot 36 or better for nine holes.
Are you're having a hard time efficiently getting down in three from 120 yards or less? Join us as Golf Digest #29th ranked teacher in America talks about using the right club around the greens and how to train your distance control on those finesse wedges.
EPISODE FEATURED GUEST: JAMES SIECKMANN
James has coached over 50 PGA & LPGA Tour players. He's a Golf Digest top 50 instructor, Golf Magazine top 100 instructor, and 6 time PGA Teacher of the Year in his section. He operates the Shadow Ridge Golf Academy in Omaha, Nebraska.
What an amazing PGA Championship for Jason day! He was incredibly consistent and his routines aided him greatly. I love how you could see him close his eyes and visualize the shot and then slowly approach the golf ball every time.
Today I want to talk about a routine that is greatly overlooked, but has a huge impact on our scores: the putting routine.
Your putting routine is what allows you to successfully complete pressure putts. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, how do you expect to have a consistent outcome if you don’t have a consistent routine?Continue Reading
Your short game is where 60% or more of your strokes come from on the golf course (and that’s if you’re really good). So it goes without saying that this skill has to be in top form. Brandon Stooksbury is back to teach us all how to build our short game in layers so we can take that aspect of our game and make it the strength it needs to be