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Andrew Scott has developed a mental golf tip for improving the golf skills in less than 30 minutes and without practicing, reduce your golf training and lower your score.
He tested and tweaked the method over the last 6 months to what it is now.
Mental golf training can be 5-6 times more efficient than practicing on the driving range.
The new AmazingGolfMind subliminal mental audios focus on improving the subconscious mind. By listening 3-4 times a week you’ll improve your game much faster than hitting hundreds of balls on the driving range.
Here’s the free video, mental golf tip, what explains how subliminal mental golf audios work:
Is this a new concept? It is a new concept for regular golfers. Tiger and the top tour pros use subliminal mental training for a long time. Tiger is said using subliminal messages since he was 13.
You can watch the free video on the mental golf tip here and get a free short game audio directly after watching the video:
Here Are Two Putting Tip Videos…
First is an excellent putting tip from Bobby Eldridge, head teaching pro at PurePoint Golf. He shows us the best way to use the back swing and forward swing.
Putting Tip Videos…
Check out this wonderful putting tip from PurePoint Golf on how to correct your back swing during the putt.
Putting Tip Videos… thanks for the putting tips.
Here is the second putting tip video….
I bet you have tried time and time again to get your golf ball to roll perfectly across the greens? Why is it so hard to get the ball to stop skipping, hopping, or bouncing on the turf?
Well it can be as easy as ball position. Once you have the perfect putting mat that is!!
This video will show you how you can roll your ball perfectly every time by getting the perfect ball position. This will get you sinking more putts and making more money off your friends than you ever thought possible.
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Thanks for the golf putting tip videos!
Putting Secrets ( Kindle Edition )
The author is Jack Moorehouse. He is NOT a golf pro, rather a working man that has helped thousands of golfers from all seven continents lower their handicap immediately. He is the author of the best-selling book “How To Break 80 And Shoot Like The Pros.”
In his book “Putting Secrets”, you’ll find help on subjects like putter choice, pre-putt routines, reading greens and more, all presented in extremely simple terms. Jack even reveals the single most critical factor in sinking a putt. Lots of tips and suggestions for establishing practice routines and making the most out of your practice in this concise, 23-page book.
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Here is a quick golfing tip on the proper set up in using the golf driver from to teaching pro Bobby Eldridge. Bobby teaches “The Simple Golf Swing”.
Let`s listen to Bobby…
I often see a number of amateurs prepare for their driver golf swing by walking up, after they have teed the ball up, they just take a step back and they address it. They grip the golf club and they address it, and they sort of just plot their feet down wherever they land, but let me tell you the proper way.
This way you’ll be able to get the ball in the correct position more often than not. After you have the golf ball and you’ve gripped it and you have addressed it, then you’ll just look down, take a peek down, and if this golf ball is running towards the left heel, then this is correct.
If you look down and you see the golf ball is a little too far forward off your left, that’s too far forward and you’ll probably see that the shoulders are aimed too far to the left.
On the other hand, if you look back down and you think the ball is too far back in your stance when you put this shaft along you, you’ll be aiming way off to the right.
So, after you’ve addressed the golf ball, all you have to do to get ready for your driver golf swing is bring the shaft up and lay it along your shoulder line, and it should be going in the direction you want to go with it.
If you get it too far back in your stance at address, you’ll wind up aiming your shoulders too far off to the right.
And if you get it off the left heel, this should be proper for most people.
Golfing tip on the proper set up in using the golf driver… give that a try the next time out.
Bobby Eldridge is the Head Instructor for the PurePoint Golf Academy where he teaches “The Simple Golf Swing” theory.
Proper Golf Stance… learn to set up correctly for good golf shots
I`m sure that you will agree that, in order to hit the golf ball at your target, you must be correctly aligned or in the proper golf stance.
This resource has made easier for you to get into the proper golf stance every time! They have devised a little teaching aid called “Set Right” that will help you to get into the proper golf stance.
You have probably seen, or used the system yourself, golfers using two crossing clubs to check their alignment. This method is awkward and you never really know if you have the clubs set up properly. With “Set Right“ you can be sure that you have the proper golf stance.
“Set Right” is small enough to fit in your pocket or golf bag. It is something you can use every time you go to the driving range. After using it for a while, you will automatically get into the proper golf stance by developing the correct golf set up habits. “Set Right” is the first training aid guaranteed to get your foot and ball placement right so your alignment is correct and the ball finally goes where you want it to go.
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Practice Your Chipping… improve your golf scores the easy way … and fast.
Here is a quick, under two minutes, video with Bobby Eldridge, head pro at PurePoint Golf, with a method to practice your chipping.
Bobby has just finished playing in a pro-am and his amateur playing partners had skulled their chip shots numerous times. I don`t know if you are plagued with this problem but many amateur golfers have this affliction and it can be quite frustrating.
In the video, Bobby shows us how to take a good chipping set up. He shows us how to get our weight forward in our stance, how to execute the proper take away and what the follow through should look like.
This set up, take away and follow through allows us to hit a crisp chip every time and prevent those dreaded skulls.
I`m sure you will find this method will be very helpful as you practice your chipping.
As usual, Bobby does an excellent job of explaining the problem and the cure.
I hope you enjoy the video and it helps you practice your chipping. As always, I welcome your comments!
Is Your Practice Golf Swing Better Than …Your Real Golf Swing?
This is an excerpt from the book … Golf Swing Eureka … by Jon Barrett
“Why is my practice golf swing often better than my real swing”?
When I understood the answer to this question it made a big difference to my golf swing.
How many golfers do you see on the tee making a nice free practice golf swing and then duff or slice the ball with their real swing?
It happens doesn’t it … it happens a lot.
Well … I came to realize that when I understood the journey that the golf club needs to take around your body then I also realized where so many amateur golfers were going wrong with the difference between their practice swing and their real swing.
You see when you understand that the golf swing is about technique not aggression then your body starts to work differently.
When you make your practice swing you remain relaxed and free moving. When you make your real swing you immediately start to tense the big muscles in your body particularly your back and shoulders.
Your brain starts telling you body ‘look guys if we want to hit this ball a mile then we need to put loads of effort it’ – WRONG!
Next time you swing – remember to keep your back and shoulder muscles relaxed so that your real swing is as good and as free as your practice golf swing.
Remember the proper and most efficient golf swing is all about technique not aggression.
The answer to this question lies in the way we think the golf swing works – we need to convince ourselves that the Pro Golfers swing works – Power without effort – and we too will follow their lead.
A good exercise to demonstrate that loose muscles work better than tense muscles is to try running down your garden with loose muscles then tense your muscles and try again – the difference is dramatic isn’t it and the golf swing is no different, we need to keep our muscles relaxed for them to work effectively.
Tensing prior to moving doesn’t help – you need to relax to let your muscles work properly at the right point in your swing. One of the main problems that generates this tensing motion is caused by the way many amateur golfers practice. How many golfers have you seen at the golf range who go straight for their driver and start trying to knock the ball out of the range?
Many I would guess. These golfers are simply trying too hard. Golfers should concentrate on accuracy on the range not distance i.e. how close can I hit it to a line from me to the target?
One way of practicing that takes out the need to try and knock the skin off the ball is to use plastic balls, you know the ones you can by from the golf shop. Once you start hitting these balls you quickly realize you can’t hit these balls 300 yards so don’t try to.
It results in you concentrating far better on technique. They also have the added benefit that you only need about 30 yards of space to practice in.
Play Smart Golf… Learn To Save Stokes
Playing Smart Saves Strokes
Even players who thrive on crushing the ball know that hitting it long isn’t always the best strategy. Sometimes, they need to hang back and save that muscle for another time. We call it playing smart. Jack Nicklaus was a great example of a player who plays smart. He knew when to take what the situation gives him. That’s one reason why he was one of the world’s best golfers. For weekend golfers, playing smart can save strokes and keep your golf handicap from ballooning.
But playing smart isn’t always the first thing on your mind when in trouble. Many golfers try “miracle shots” to salvage the situation when in trouble. Often, it’s a shot they’ve never hit before. Save miracle shots for when you must try one. The rest of the time, play smart. It may not seem like the best strategy, but it can save you strokes later on. In my golf lessons I emphasize three situations when playing smart works well. Below I describe these situations and provide golf tips on how to play them.
Ball In High Grass
When we say high grass, we mean high grass—the no man’s land of rough. You know the kind—where you could be standing over the ball and not know it. The problem with this rough is that it’s much thicker than regular rough. It’s so thick it can catch your club and turn the hosel before the clubface is even close to the ball. Thus, it may take multiple shots to get out. It’s that thick.
The only remedy for this lie is to take your wedge and attack the ball with a hard descending blow. But first you need to adjust your set up using these golf tips: Use an open stance but close the clubface a bit. Next, take a firm grip, aim just behind the ball, and swing down hard. These adjustments make it easier for the clubface to cut through the grass. Make sure, you also swing through—because if your club gets stuck, the ball will, too.
Ball In Bunker
While a ball buried deep in the sand requires a shot like the one described above, a regular lie in the sand—one where the ball is sitting on top of the sand—needs just the opposite approach. The goal here is to “shave” the ball out, not shovel it. Here, you need to take a smooth controlled swing with an open stance and clubface. Aim to make contact two inches behind the ball. It will fly out softly with minimal sand, saving you strokes and landing the ball close to the pin.
Playing The Punch Shot
The punch shot is a third play smart situation. The object of the punch shot is to keep the ball low, straight, and precise. It makes for a great approach shot in the wind. But it also makes for a great shot to salvage par from the trees. Many players use a longer iron to make this shot, but a hybrid works just as well, as I’ve mentioned in my golf tips newsletter. Here’s how to make a punch shot work for you:
Play the ball just back of the middle of your stance, which takes some loft off your club and enables the ball to fly lower with backspin. Take a three-quarter swing, mostly with your arms, and keep your wrists firm and hands quiet on the downswing. Make a smooth controlled swing, with out decelerating or hurrying through the shot, and keep your follow through short and low. The punch shot is a great weapon to have when in trouble or when playing in a stiff wind.
These three common “play smart” situations are often discussed in golf instruction session and golf articles. There are more not so common play smart shots. Look for them and then store them in your mind so you’ll remember them. In these situations, forget the “miracle shot” you’ve never hit before unless you’ve no other choice. Playing smart helps keep a lid on scores and stops golf handicaps from ballooning.
Jack Moorehouse is the author of the best-selling book “How To Break 80 And Shoot Like The Pros.” He is NOT a golf pro, rather a working man that has helped thousands of golfers from all seven continents lower their handicap immediately. He has a free weekly newsletter with the latest golf tips, golf lessons and golf instruction.
Tips To Execute A Phil Mickelson Flop Shot…
Here is an article, from Jack Moorehouse, author of the best-selling book “How To Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros!”. He explains how to execute to very dangerous flop shop from bare ground.
You can refer to a prior post, Golf Club Bounce, that gives you idea of how bounce can either help or hurt you.
Phil Mickelson Flop Shot … From Bare Ground
Phil Mickelson hits accurate flop shots from difficult lies—including bare ground. Hitting a flop shot from bare ground is a challenge. It’s also risky. If you mis-hit it, it can cost you strokes big time. That’s why golfers stay away from hitting a flop shot from this type of lie. But when you have to do it, a flop shot from bare ground can help turn three strokes into two.
Below are six keys to hitting a flop shot from bare ground:
- Use a lob wedge with minimal bounce
- Keep the shaft vertical or leaning away
- Swing your arms to the left (right for left-handers)
- Swing longer for higher shots
- Keep legs quiet throughout the shot
- Complete your follow-through
The secret to hitting a flop shot from bare ground is the wedge’s sole. Use a lob wedge with a sole that has minimal bounce—especially in the heel. Bounce is the flange on the club’s sole that extends below the leading edge. To hit a good shot, you must use the bounce effectively.
Also, keep the shaft vertical or slightly leaning away from the target, which means your hands will be even with or slightly behind the ball. Keeping the shaft vertical exposes the club’s bounce and enables its leading edge to slide under the ball. You want the trailing edge to go into the ground.
And keep your legs quiet from start to finish. On the follow-through, swing your arms to the left (right for right-handers). This prevents the club from delofting and bouncing off the ground and into the ball. Remember, the longer your swing the higher the ball goes. But it travels only slightly farther.
This approach to hitting a flop shot works for any lie. Of course, there’s no flop shot approach that’s fail-safe. That’s why you need to be judicious about when you use it. But if you’re going to use it, make sure you commit to the shot before swinging.
It is a very high risk shot to be used when it can save you shots or get you out of a tough situation.
Jack Moorehouse is the author of the best-selling book “How To Break 80 and Shoot Like the Pros!“. He is NOT a golf pro, rather a working man that has helped thousands of golfers from all seven continents lower their handicaps quickly. His free weekly newsletter goes out to thousands of golfers worldwide and provides the latest golf tips, strategies, techniques and instruction on how to improve your golf game.