Experience one of the best
feelings in golf

We sometimes wonder why so many golfers seem comfortable with their golf game as it is. Most golfers are 50 yards or more shorter than they should be off the tee; they play with inconsistent ball striking that makes approach shot play difficult, and their short games suffer from lack of technique. Performance is obviously not their #1 priority. 
 But every golfer we know gets real pleasure from the feeling of a perfectly struck golf shot. So why not search for the ability to enjoy that feeling more often?
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Develop your essential
golf skills

1) Ball-then-turf contact.
2) Control the club path.
3) Control the clubface.

If you are struggling with hitting fat or thin shots, start with a 60-minute assessment with Lead Coach Rick Krebs, a map for success, actionable feedback, and the confidence to move forward with your coaching program.

That's an excellent equation for success.
We want you to continue discovering your great golfing moments!

Join me for a new student assessment
Solid contact is king.
These essentials will help you improve your game!

Come see me and let's plan out your personal road to improvement.
Call or text 443-286-1986 or email rickkrebsgolf@yahoo.com.

Spin: friend or foe?

How can you influence spin rates?
Manufacturers have long known that regular golfers needed a higher launch angle on tee shots. For a while, they tried to urge golfers to play super-high lofted drivers. But while increasing the dynamic launch angle (the actual angle the ball launches), it also created the side-effect of too much backspin for many.
By fixing a very common swing fault, most golfers can increase the launch angle and lower spin rates to increase distance off the tee substantially.
Many golfers have a slight downward angle of attack on the ball with a driver, but that has the effect of lowering launch angle and increasing spin rate. A very poor scenario for most golfers.
Twenty-one extra yards
TrackMan data shows us that a golfer with an 80mph swing speed who changes their angle of attack from -5° to +5° increases their dynamic launch angle by 4° but even more importantly reduces their spin rate by over 1,000rpm. And that means twenty-one extra yards.

Don’t let spin rob you
Book an assessment with us and let's find your personal launch DNA: the perfect match of launch and spin for the ball speed you’re creating.
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