Ever feel like putting turns your confidence into a rollercoaster ride? 🎢 It's time to regain your calm! Join me as we dive into the READ-PLAN-DO-REVIEW system to transform your putting skills. Say goodbye to frustrating misses and hello to a more confident you on the green.
Learn how to improve your contact with fairway and hybrid clubs. Many golfers tend to have a forward shaft lean when hitting these clubs, which can lead to poor contact with the ground.
Instead, try the skimming technique, where the sole of the clubhead hits the ground just before the leading edge. This technique allows for a larger margin of error in contact and can result in a smoother glide across the surface. By implementing this technique, you'll achieve better height and contact with your fairway clubs, perfect for those long par fours and fives that require carry and quick stops.
In this blog, I will show you a simple yet effective exercise encouraging your body to lead the way for a more powerful golf swing and much better golf ball first contact. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or just starting, this exercise will help you to make better contact more often, increase your distance and create a far more repeatable swing.
P.S. Learn how to do this exercise well and watch your dreaded "Chicken Wing 🍗" golf swing disappear!
In this blog, I’ll share some insights on how you can read putts from around the hole without slowing down the game. By strategically approaching the green and observing the slopes and curves, you can get better at guessing how your putts will behave after you hit them which will reduce your total number of putts per round.
In this blog, I'll show you a simple exercise that will help you develop awareness of your clubface angle and path at impact, which is essential for hitting consistent shots and getting more in play. Trust me; the ball doesn't care about your golf swing drama! 😄
In this video, golf pro Paul Williamson provides valuable insights on improving chipping and short game without needing extra practice. He introduces a flowchart method to determine the best shot to take based on the circumstances. He emphasizes the importance of making smart decisions rather than focusing solely on technique or mental game. By using a normal putting stroke for certain shots, players can achieve better contact and consistency. Williamson also shares tips on using different clubs for various situations and managing expectations to improve scoring around the green. This video is a must-watch for golfers looking to enhance their short game without dedicating more practice time.
In this video, Paul shares practical tips on how to get over anger quickly his best techniques on how to control it, leading to improved scores and a better overall game. He discusses how to change your physiology and distract yourself during the four to five hours spent walking between shots, as well as the appropriate time to allow yourself to feel angry. If you're tired of letting anger get the best of you on the course, this video is for you. Subscribe for more helpful tips and tricks to improve your golf game.