GOLF DIGEST SCHOOLSJune 22, 2017

How To Play Consistent Golf

Welcome! You've made a choice to start playing your best golf more often. Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Devan Bonebrake will guide you through five video lessons, from driving to putting, all aimed at improving your consistency on the course. The videos are presented in the order most likely to help you the fastest. Because erratic contact is the biggest consistency killer, we start with basic ball-striking, then move to control skills, like shot direction and driving accuracy, and finish with the short game. At the end of each lesson you'll find a Skills Test to help you monitor your progress and organize your practice. These videos are yours to use as much and for as long as you want. So let's get started on adding more consistency to your game.


MAKING SOLID CONTACT
• Learn the three keys to pure strikes
• Fix fat and thin shots
• Develop proper body action
• Skills Test: taking good divots


CONTROLLING SHOT DIRECTION
• Master the two major accuracy moves
• How to establish a proper grip
• Learn to control swing path
• Drills for straighter shots
• Skills Test: defining start direction


DRIVING IT IN PLAY
• Pick the right club and target
• Setup keys: ball position, body posture
• Swing keys: grip pressure, synchronicity
• Skills Test: finding the imaginary fairway


RELIABLE PITCHING
• Develop consistent ball-striking
• Learn to vary pitching distance
• How to stop the lift instinct
• Skills Test: hitting distance targets


AVOIDING THREE-PUTTS
• Focus on the master key: speed control
• Fix short and long misses
• Drills for a pressure-proof stroke
• Create a tour-caliber routine
• Skills Test: building great feel

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