Infographic – Visual Chipping Cues

This is a follow-up post from earlier today. It is an infographic on Visual Chipping Cues. The infographic provided is an overview of how I use visual chipping cues to lower my golf score. If you want more information, please read the previous article titled – Visual Cues for Better Chipping. Continue reading

Visual Cues to Better Chipping

Chipping is a difficult skill if you do not have a solid foundation. Though techniques vary from player to player, there are some fundamental similarities that all players should use. Over the years, I have worked tirelessly on my short game and it was not until two days ago that I realized I subconsciously had a visual cue that is critical to my chipping success. I experimented with it and drew the conclusion that club positioning is the key to better chipping. Continue reading

A Great Day on the Golf Course

Blair Pulling into the Osprey Links Golf Course parking lot.

Yesterday I hit the links for only the fifth time this year. As many of you know, my medical woes have severely limited my ability play, but I am grateful I have played this much. Blair and I got off to a rocky start around a half hour late thanks to some confusing texts. This was the worst thing that happened all day, so in the end, it was a very good day. After we loaded his clubs on the cart, we were off to the races. Continue reading

Finding Support for My Golf Plan

Success breeds success!Previously, we discussed having a golf plan for 2016. I alluded to needing support to effectively execute any plan and depending on your skill level, the type and focus of that support will change. There is no shortage of experts willing to provide that support, but before accepting any help, make sure it fits into your plan.

I am not sure what your plan is this year, but I thought I would share with you my 2016 golf plan and how I expect to find support to shoot lower scores.
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