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Breaking Bad Scores - How to Stop Hitting Grounders with Fairway Woods

If you're sweeping your three wood, you're doing it all wrong. Jason Guss shows you how to fix this common mistake so you can start bombing 3-woods and hitting par 5s in under 2.
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Breaking Bad Scores - The Good Player Mistake

You're in the single-digit handicap so you don't suck anymore, but that doesn't mean you can't get any better. Jason Guss shows you how to fix a classic mistake that all good players make.
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Breaking Bad Scores - How to Get Rid of the Shanks

Theres one word you never want to hear on the golf course: shank. Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Jason Guss shows you how to solve the shanks.
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Breaking Bad Scores - Loosen Up Your Grip & Relax with the 10-Ball Drill

When people feel pressure on the course, they tend to tighten up their grip. Jason Guss shows you how to loosen things up and relax with this simple 10-ball drill.
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Breaking Bad Scores - Breaking 80: Poker Chip Bunker Game

Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Jason Guss shows you a drill on how to get out of a bunker using a poker chip.
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NerveWrackers - The Tough Fairway Bunker

Youre in a fairway bunker with a huge lip in front of you. Jason Birnbaum shows you how to handle the difficult shot so you can get back on the green.
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Breaking Bad Scores - Breaking 90: Making Your 3-Footers

Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Jason Guss offers a simple drill to help you sink putts and make 3-footers so you can start breaking 90.
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Breaking Bad Scores - Breaking 90: Avoid Skulling Your Chips

Golfers miss greens all the time, but good golfers have a higher success rate when it comes to getting up and down. Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Jason Guss shows you a simple drill to avoid skulling your chips so you can break 90.
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Driving - Mark Durland: Your Path to Better Shots (May 2014)

If you hit a lot of slices and pulls, your swing probably cuts across the ball from out to in. A drill for this is to set up to the ball and make a practice swing as if you were playing to a target straight out from your chest--90 degrees from your actual target. This "sideways" swing will give you the sensation that your shoulders stay closed to the target into impact. After three or four swings, hit a normal shot and try to re-create that feel.
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