Short Game Strokesavers

Avoid common short game pitfalls

Hey, sometimes no matter how well you practice and prepare to play your best, you’re going to have days where you struggle to hit greens and shoot lower scores.

Short Game: Steady Head for Putting Success

Make more putts with better distance and direction

Out on the LPGA Tour, if you’re averaging somewhere in the 28-29 putts per round, you’re considered among the best putters out here.

Score From The Sand

Get up and down every time

How you grip the club greatly influence the type of shot you want to hit.

Short Game Success!

Short shots that will help you gain confidence and shoot lower scores

In case you haven’t noticed by now, the fastest way to lower scores comes from having a tidy short game, specifically, a strong ability to hit effective chip and pitch shots from around the green.

Left is right!

Hit better bunker shots. Get left, hit left, finish left!

If you want to hit better bunker shots (who doesn’t?), you have to eschew conventional swing wisdom and do things a little differently.

Drag + Tug

Become a more proficient and consistent chipper, shoot lower scores

No matter what anyone else tells you, the key to shooting lower scores is having a tidy short game.

Keep A Steady Head

Make more putts with better distance and direction

Out on the LPGA Tour, if you’re averaging somewhere in the 28-29 putts per round, you’re considered among the best putters out here.

A Plan In The Sand

Make bunker play easier with the right know-how

A bunker shot should be one of the easier shots you encounter on the golf course, theoretically.

The Chip Putt

One of the easiest shots in golf

When it comes to hitting the simple bump-and-run shot from just off the green, I teach it the same way to all my students.

Smooth Operator

Practice for better putting mechanics

Before your next round, here are two simple drills I want you to do on the practice green.

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