How’s Your Short Game?

Here's something that is often forgotten among beginning golfers…

Nobody spends any time working on their short game.

Everybody loves the idea of long, booming, towering drives that cruise out there around 250 yards or so.

While it looks nice, and is immensely satisfying, driving is not the best way to improve your game.

What is? Working on your short game…

Think about these facts for a second.

-The average golfer will use 43% of their shots in every round on their short game.

-The average golfer will hit only three or four greens in regulation; which means that there are 12 to 15 holes where you will have to have a strong short game to get up and down at par.

-Learning how to master your short game is a lot easier than learning how to master the longer parts of the game that involve tinkering with your full swing.

By working on your short game, and getting really proficient at putting the ball close to the hole from around 130 yards and in, you will see a dramatic improvement in your scoring.

And you can learn how to master your short game quickly and easily in our Beginners Series… Complete with the right drills to work on when you go to the range or on the course next time…

If you want to learn how to

-Drop your shots closer to the pin to eliminate those 3 putts…
-Get your chips and pitches to land softly…
-Find yourself tapping in more often...

All for less than the price of one lesson, click here and check it out for yourself…

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