Short Game Around The Green

The Green2Tee Golf Around the Green Coaching Plan was designed to help you play better golf.  By enhancing your ability to get the ball up and down from around the green.  The plan includes 5 video lessons covering the fundamentals of the short game.

Chapter 1 : Short Game Equipment

  • Tips on what short game equipment you could use
  • Out recommended short game clubs

Chapter 2 : The Chip Shot

  • The chip shot grip
  • Ball position
  • Stance, posture and balance
  • Distance control

Chapter 3 : The Pitch Shot

  • The pitch shot grip
  • Ball position
  • Stance, posture and balance
  • The pitch swing

Chapter 4 : The Lob Shot

  • The lob shot grip
  • Ball position
  • Stance, posture and balance
  • The lob shot swing

Chapter 5 : The Greenside Bunker Shot

  • The greenside bunker shot grip
  • Ball position
  • Stance, posture and balance
  • The bunker shot swing
Len Stanley

Len Stanley

Short Game Around The Green Coaching Plan Introduction

What You Will Learn

  • Inspire golfers to develop sound short game technique
  • Teach you the chip shot technique
  • Teach you the Pitch shot technique
  • Teach you the lob shot technique
  • Teach you how to get out of a greenside bunker

Around The Green Coaching Plan

 

Over 60% of all golf shots are played within 100 yards of the hole.  How well you play these shots will determine how well you play.  If you want to play better golf and lower your scores you need to develop sound short game techniques.

 

It would not surprise you to learn that the professional tour player puts better than the average amateur golfer.  However, even the tour players chances of making a putt, are significantly reduced once they are outside of 8ft.  This would be no different for the average amateur.  So, the real test of success for your short game is getting your ball within 8ft of the hole.  This will give you the best chance of making the putt.

 

The Around the Green Coaching Plan will help you develop techniques that reduce the risk of a bad shot and dramatically reduce your scores.

 

Lesson Learning Outcomes

 

The Around the Green Coaching Plan aims to:

 

  • Inspire golfers to develop sound short game technique
  • Teach you the chip shot technique
  • Teach you the Pitch shot technique
  • Teach you the lob shot technique
  • Teach you how to get out of a greenside bunker

 

5 Reasons to Practice Your Short Game?

 

The professional tour player knows that developing their short game is a must if they want to win tournaments.  Getting the ball close enough to the hole to give them a good chance of making the putt is essential.  As an amateur golfer you need to follow their lead and develop a killer short game.  Here are 5 reasons why the short game is important:

 

  • The shorter the putt the more chance you have of making it
  • On a par 72 golf course, par allocates you 36 full shots and 36 putts. That’s 2 putt per green.  The average tour player will hit 12 greens in regulation.  How many greens in regulation do you hit?  So, for the average tour player 6 times per round, they rely on their short game to get them close enough to make the putt.
  • If you increase your short game practice by 25%, it’s possible that you could reduce your scores by an average of 6 shots per round over a period of about 3 – 6 months.
  • A tour player will get up and down 60 when they miss the green. A scratch golfer will only make the up and down 30% of the time.  A player with a handicap of 10 only gets up and down 15% of the time.  When you get to a 2o handicap player, the up and down percentage is less than 10%.
  • If you want to improve you need to work on your short game and save more pars. https://youtu.be/6cmsfIisuTg

Course Content

 

The Putting Practice Coaching Plan consists of a 5-video series looking at:

 

  • Chip shot technique
  • Pitch shot technique
  • Lob shot technique
  • Greenside bunker shot

Statisics 100th Player on the PGA

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Sand Saves

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Scrambling From the Fringe

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Scrambling From 10-20 Yards

Distance in Ft to Hole From 10-20 Yards

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Putts Made From 5-10Ft

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