• Short Game Swing
    2:55

    No matter your age or skill level, 65-70% of your shots in a round of golf come within 100 yards of the pin. With a statistic like that, you could say it’s pretty important to hone your skills with the shorter clubs in your hands. For most amateurs, learning how to improve short game swing mechanics just takes repetition and a solid understanding of distance control.

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  • Putting Drills
    10:13

    In this video you will discover several effective putting drills and games you can incorporate into your practice routine. PGA Professionals Mike Bender and Charlie King show you practice techniques to improve your putting. These games will improve your distance control, lag putting and help you achieve a consistent putter swing path. Put these drills to use during your next practice session and get more enjoyment and better results from it.

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  • Wedge Techniques for Lower Scores
    7:04

    In this video you will learn wedge strategies to lower your score. PGA professional Trent Wearner demonstrates techniques you can practice inside 100 yards to improve your wedge accuracy and distance control. He will show you how to determine the best landing spot on the green and how to hit low, medium and high wedge shots. You’ll also learn how to select the club that matches the situation and hit consistent shots with a swing you can depend on.

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  • Short Game Distance Control
    13:12

    In this video you will learn how to improve short game distance control. PGA professional Rodney Green teach you how to improve your game from inside 100 yards. You will learn how to improve your short game swing to have ideal ball contact, as well as how to practice your short game to develop your feel in the scoring zone. By learning to avoid common mistakes with your grip, stance and swing, you’ll improve your pitching and chipping in no time.

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  • Short Game Distance Control
    13:12

    If you want to shave strokes off your score, start by working on your short game distance control. Addressing this part of your game can have the most immediate and beneficial impact. In this video, PGA professional Rodney Green stresses the importance of repetition to develop “feel”. Green also discusses club selection and shows you drills you can practice to improve your short game distance control.

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  • Practice Games
    4:07

    Challenging yourself through a series of practice games and drills is a great way to improve your bunker play. PGA Instructor Joe Plecker, Jr. and Brandel Chamblee show you three of these, the Penny Drill, Trajectory Drill, and Ladder Drill. Practicing these drills will lead to more consistent ball striking and distance control out of the sand. If you can master these drills, you will be a better bunker player and dramatically increase your odds of getting up and down.

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  • Scoring Zone
    31:17

    Becoming a more confident player in the scoring zone is an easy way to knock strokes off your score, which means you have to improve your abilities around the green. First, Charlie King explains the difference between pitching and chipping, and discusses what you should do before you prepare to swing and how you should

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