In the last lesson we talked about chipping… and how simple it gets once you have the correct basic technique.
Now you aren’t going to turn into the next Seve Ballesteros or Phil Mickelson overnight…
But it’s amazing how many strokes you can save with just a few adjustments that eliminate those stubbed, skulled, or chunked chip shots.
And that’s what the Short Game Bootcamp is all about!
I also want to thank everyone who took the time to leave a comment or shoot me an email… I love hearing from students who try out these simple ideas and see immediate improvements in their game!
Now onto today’s lesson…
If there was ever a situation where you could save a few strokes with a few simple adjustments it’s in the greenside bunker.
It’s a shot that gives golfers fits…
I see it time and again when I’m coaching my students in person. Golfers just like you who are losing 3, 5, or even more strokes every round all because of some basic mistakes they make in the sand.
Yet just like the chipping adjustments in the last lesson, these bunker mistakes are easy to correct…
And once you do you can eliminate those chunked shots that stay in the trap… you can say goodbye to those skulled shots that fly 50 yards over the back of the green… and you can give yourself more chances to save par or bogey.
In the video below I’m going to share with you one of my favorite drills I use with students in my private lessons.
It’s a weird little drill… but it’s worked wonders with the golfers I coach.
So go ahead and take a look now. It’s a quick watch and I’m certain it will be worth your time![/text_block]
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Thanks for watching!
Give it a try for yourself… I want to prove to you that you can handle these bunker shots without fear and start picking up more sand saves your very next time out!
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And stay tuned to your inbox because the 3rd lesson in the Short Game Bootcamp is coming soon![/text_block]
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