[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]How would you like to lower your scores virtually overnight… all without overhauling your swing or spending hours practicing?
Sound too good to be true?
Well it’s not, and here’s why.
It turns out there are specific (and simple!) things you can do with your short game right now…
Simple adjustments that will dramatically increase your “up and downs,” give you more par saves, and eliminate those frustrating blow-ups around the green.
Here’s the deal…
To have the touch of a Seve Ballesteros or Phil Mickelson… of COURSE, you’d have to put in long hours around the practice green.
But after 20+ years on the lesson tee I can tell you this…
The vast majority of golfers I’ve worked with have glaring mistakes in their short game technique. Mistakes that are costing them on average 5, 10, or even more strokes per round.
And while exceptional “feel” takes time to master… these super-common mistakes can be easily fixed.
Often in just a few minutes.
And so with that in mind we’ve put together a free “mini clinic” for you that we’re calling the Short Game Bootcamp.
Over the next few days we’re going to send you a series of videos that will correct the most common yet punishing mistakes amateur golfers make with their short game.
The first lesson is right below and is all about chipping.
One of the easiest shots in golf… but only if you have the proper technique.
Watch the video below and I can guarantee youwill become a better chipper of the ball and set yourself up for more up and down pars.
Let’s get started![/text_block]
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Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed that!
I know you can save a lot of strokes just by working on the simple things discussed in this video… so give it a try and let us know how it goes in the comments below!
P.S. We will send you the 2nd lesson in the Short Game Bootcamp in the next couple of days… It’s going to save you strokes by teaching you how to tame those greenside bunkers. You won’t want to miss it so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox![/text_block]
We’d love to hear from you… let us know what you think in the comments below!