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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Call or text 443-286-1986 or email rickkrebsgolf@yahoo.com.

What do you want out of your game?


If you watched the last day of the PGA Championship you will have seen more excitement than anyone expected. Congratulations to Brooks Koepka. It was a tough week for most of the participants, but he’s tougher than most.

It's always a debate with golf. Should it be such an overwhelming challenge as we saw at Bethpage or should it be a game that offers more reward and enjoyment more often?

There’s never going to be a “right” answer for everyone. But there doesn’t have to be. You play the game the way you want to. You take on the challenges you want to. You get out of golf, what you want to get out of it. Remember that. 

       



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