Why guess when you can measure!


The first step to rapid improvement is to identify and prioritize the skills in your game that cost you the most shots.

Next, golfers must have a thorough understanding of their strengths and weaknesses within their golf fundamentals and technique.  

 
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Play better and have more fun

Contact me to schedule a time to get started.
Call or text 443-286-1986 or email rickkrebsgolf@yahoo.com.

How to play golf when you
don't find the fairway


You’ve got to love golf for its unexpected twists and turns. Hannah Green, the 22-year-old Australian and number 114 in the world wasn’t expected to win the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Even as she entered the final day one shot ahead, the smart money was elsewhere. So, congratulations to her for her first LPGA Tour victory that also happens to be her first Major. 

Her final round was a lesson in how to play golf when you don’t find the fairway. That’s a lesson we can all take away and bring to our own golf game. Her iron play from the rough was sensational. She hit over 70% of the greens in regulation, and then putted like the champion she now is.

If we can help you hit better iron shots or to improve your putting, please contact us.

Could you save 5 shots per round?

 
Setup and practice
 
That’s right. Get into a better setup (with equipment that allows it). Add more focus to the face angle of your putter at address and at impact; and you’ll sink more putts in the 6 to 12-foot range.
 
This is a bottom line investment.
That’s right. Your improvement drops immediately to your scorecard. So benchmark your current performance by taking 10x10 foot putts on a perfectly flat lie.

 
 
 
 
 Then consider at least two of three investments.

1. A putter that fits you, allowing you to get comfortably into the perfect
setup,
with assistance to make sure your face angle is square to the target line.

2. An assessment and refresher to help make sure that, along with setup
and posture,your grip and stroke allow the face to return square to target at impact.

3. Practice with aids to help make sure your face angle is as square as possible at address and at impact.
 
Get a check-up
 
Improving your ability to square the putter face at impact will likely take up to 5 shots off your scorecard. There are some simple keys to that improvement. Setup and putter are part of that equation. So come and see us.
 
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Enjoy the journey

 
 
“Golf is a social game of new people met, and friendships that can surprise you.”
 
 
“And journeys are always best shared. You can encourage each other. Celebrate together. And sometimes walk silently together knowing there’s a dream”.
 
“In fact sometimes the journey is the fulfillment not the end. Just improving and getting better and enjoying friendships is living”. 

 
Start a journey with friends
It’s time to live. Its time to challenge yourself. Enjoy getting better because better is great. But better together is unbeatable. Enjoy a journey with friends. Let us help you get better together.
 
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