TIP OF THE WEEKS

TIP OF THE WEEKS

Each week Christina delivers a golf tip to your inbox with her popular Tip of the Week. Practical tips for your golf game that deliver more pars. Plus, be the first to know about upcoming More Pars Camps exclusive product promotions and announcements.

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TIP OF THE WEEKS
  • Training Aid-Pressure Plate

    If you want more pars and struggle with moving your pressure properly throughout the golf swing, then head to the link below to get the Pressure Plate by WHY Golf. It’s really awesome. I do not like hitting balls off this but it is really good range and at home practice.

  • Understanding Bunker Hinge (so you don’t blade it)

    If you want more pars, but really struggle (conceptually and actually) with your bunker backswing and hinge then this tip is for you. I share common scenarios and how to correct.

  • Uneven Lies (chip technique)

    If you want more pars, learn how to play a chip shot when you find your ball above, below your feet, on a downhill lie or on an uphill lie. I keep it super simple, so you can get it close.

  • During the Takeaway Check Your Clubface (it's important)

    If you want more pars but struggle with balls that go right (especially) or left, then let’s check your clubface. I want YOU to be your best coach and you need to know what your clubface is doing throughout and the takeaway is a good place to start.

  • A Chip & Pitch Shot has a Swing Plane?

    If you want more pars, are you on plane with your chip and pitch shots? Yep, even with the short shots. I walk through what to look for with your shots around the green.

  • Groove Golf Rotation with Painter's Tape

    If you want more pars, head to the hardware store and get yourself some painters tape. Let's groove your backswing and downswing with the tape and a wall. Let's get to it!

  • UB Coach bunker no-no’s

    If you want more pars, UB coach and let’s see if you can identify the mistakes that many-many players make from the bunker.

  • Swing Through the Cone

    If you want more pars, swing out to the right. I share a great way to practice this at the range and on the course with great visuals

  • Reach Out for Effortless Ball Striking

    If you want more pars, but struggle with ball striking, let’s make sure that you reach out to get max width while making a good rotation around your spine. A must for a consistent low point. For width, focus on the trail arm (NOT the lead arm).

  • How to Play Uphill Lie from the fairway

    If you want more pars, let’s get you the keys you need to be successful when you find your ball on an uphill lie from the fairway.

  • Improve Your Downswing
 (at home)

    If you want more pars, grab some tees and some backyard space and let’s groove your downswing into impact - the strike zone.

    I share top top culprits and how to really fix it right in the comfort of your own home. The tees represent a ball to your brain so you make real swings (versus not strik...

  • Be a Great Wedge Player (focus on impact)

    If you want more pars, let’s improve your impact with your distance wedges 60-100 yards. I am using the GSNAP Training Aid to assist me. It helps your lead wrist from flipping or coming under the ball (scoopy). Get it at MissPar.com

  • Get More Height & Clean Thump

    If you want more pars, let's focus on a clean thump with an abbreviated follow-through. Where payers go off is their passionate effort to get some height, they scoop the ball out. Let's change that now.

  • Get the Chest Through (here's why)

    If you want more pars, but struggle with less than solid shots, then let’s look at your chest. Is it getting through enough?

  • How to Putt Like Cameron Smith

    If you want more pars, let’s adopt a few keys from Cameron Smith’s awesome stroke. He’s doing something that you ain’t. So, let’s get to it!

  • Are you a Hand Lifter?

    If you want more pars and more distance with accuracy, let’s make sure you are not lifting your hands too early during the takeaway. Keeping your hands low throughout the early part of the swing sets the stage for a successful backswing with width.

  • You're Losing Hip Flexion (butt why?)

    If you want more pars but cannot stay in your posture, let’s identify body culprits so you can then resolve them. Your body is messing with your golf swing! Let’s find out why.

  • Target Practice for Putting

    If you want more pars, let’s get your putting energy up to par. How do you control the pace of your putts? The best way is to focus on your backstroke. And the first step is determine your signature energy. Everyone’s will be unique to them.

  • Help! I Cannot Stay in My Golf Posture? (I’m outta balance)

    If you want more pars, but for the life of ya, you cannot stay in your posture throughout the swing, then let’s check your balance points. They play a key role in with posture during the backswing and downswing.

  • Chips Rolling Out Past the Pin? (try this it works!)

    If you want more pars, but your balls are rolling past the pin then this tip is for you. I share an easy way to control the excessive rollouts with your pitch and chip shots.

  • How to Keep Your Head Centered

    Let’s keep your head centered with the help of Karen’s CardioGolf Slope! Learn how to use it at home and at the range.

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  • Why You Keep Coming Out of Golf Posture

    If you want more pars, let’s examine the popular reason why you physically cannot stay in your posture. Fluctuating your hip flexion wreaks havoc on your golf shots. And it typically begins right at setup.

  • Which Finish Is You? (and why it matters)

    If you want more pars and more distance with accuracy, let’s make sure you are not just an arm swinger. We can assess this by taking a look at your finish.

  • What's Your Wedge Style Steep or Shallow?

    If you want more pars, we need to identify if you are a steep or shallow player. Why? So you can get the best wedges for your style and understand how both affect your shots.