The Blueprint To Chopping Your Golf Score To 90 And Beyond
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The Blueprint To Chopping Your Golf Score To 90 And Beyond

This blueprint will show you exactly what to do to achieve your scoring goals!
4.3 (5 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
20 students enrolled
Created by John Pietrolaj
Last updated 3/2016
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What Will I Learn?
  • Begin to slash strokes from your golf scores
  • Reduce the "disaster" holes by minimizing mistakes and properly managing the golf course
  • Start closing the gap between the good shots and the bad shots
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  • Students will need golf equipment for the latter part of the program.

Attention golfers who want to break 90...

Imagine playing a round of golf and looking at your scorecard at the end and seeing a score in the 80’s or even lower.

Sound impossible?

Well, it’s not, because this blueprint will tell you exactly what to do to achieve that in video format in a little over one hour. For example…

  • A checklist of what to do before and during the first tee shot to help you get off the first tee successfully.

  • 9 things you can do between your shots to help take shots off your scores.

  • What you must do the night before a game of golf to give yourself the best chance of success.

  • The 2 critical things you should do as you’re driving to the golf course to almost guarantee a good round.
  • The 6 things you should do after each game to help you improve the next time you play.

When you apply these concepts and the others in The Blueprint, you will be scoring better than you ever have.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for golfers that are interested in reducing their golf scores to 90 and better. If you are a golfer interested in learning the correct preparation to break through your scoring barriers as well as how to manage the golf course, then this course is for you. This course may not be for you if you are a seasoned golfer who consistently scores in the 70's or low 80's currently.
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Curriculum For This Course
40 Lectures
Introduction & Table Of Contents
1 Lecture 06:05

This is an introduction and also a preview of what's in the course.

Preview 06:05
Chapter 1: Suggestions to Implement The Night Before A Round Of Golf
6 Lectures 09:23

What to do the night before your round.

Preview 00:24

Start to develop your strategy for the course you are going to be playing.

Preview 01:24

This is all about risk v. reward during your round.

Preview 02:44

Make sure you come to the golf course prepared. Don't wish you had brought something.

Correctly Prepare For Your Round Tomorrow

Utilize visualization in your pre-round routine. Also, make sure to get enough rest.

How To Implement Visualization

This is a cheat sheet to make sure you know what you are supposed to do.

Checklist Of Things To Do The Night Before A Round
Chapter 2: Suggestions to Implement The Morning Before A Round Of Golf
4 Lectures 06:47

What you should do the morning of your round.

Chapter 2

Visualization and positive affirmations are very important the morning of your round. Also, what to do when you are in the car on the way to the course.

Visualize and Start Building Your Confidence

How to warm up is outlined here. Also, you need to make a commitment about what's going to happen on the course.

Be Sure To Warm Up

Here's a run down of what you need to do.

Checklist Of Things To Do The Morning Before A Round
Chapter 3: Suggestions to Implement Before And During Your First Tee Shot
6 Lectures 07:48

How to handle the the first tee shot of the day.

Chapter 3

Make sure you visualize how this shot is going to go. Remember what your plan is for the course.

Choose The Correct Club For The First Shot

All the particulars are outlined here about what you should be doing during your pre-shot routine.

Pick Your Targets

The key here is to get loose and erase your swing thoughts from your mind.

Focus and Stay Loose

This a list to remind you of what you should be doing during the first tee shot.

Checklist Of Things To Do Before and During The First Shot

[COURSE CHECK IN] How Are You Doing So Far?
Chapter 4: What You Should Do After Your First Drive And In Between Every Shot
5 Lectures 05:55

What to do after the first drive and in between your shots.

Chapter 4

Your mental state is very important at this stage of your day. Don't worry about past shots.

How To Handle Your Mind

Learn to have patience and keep a level head during the ups and downs of your round.

Manage Your Patience and Expectations

Make sure you eat and stay hydrated during the round. Also, be sure to stay relaxed during the day.

How To Take Care of Your Body

Stay confident and go over the checklist of what to do between your shots.

Be Confident and The Checklist Of Things To Do In Between Shots
Chapter 5: The Process You Should Go Through Before, During, And After Each Shot
6 Lectures 10:42

The process you should go through during and after all your shots.

Chapter 5

You need to develop your trigger.

Develop Your Trigger

Learn to rate your shots with an A, B, or C.

Evaluating Each Shot

The keys of this lecture are to visualize, know the distance of your clubs, visualize, stay relaxed and calm.

Commit To Every Swing

In this lecture, we are going over more pre-shot routine information and how to deal mentally with your good and bad shots.

Confidence is Key Along With Proper Set Up

Your checklist of what you should be doing before, during, and after each shot during your round.

Checklist Of Things To Do Before, During, And After Each Shot
Chapter 6: What To Do Before Your Next Round
10 Lectures 18:31

What to do after your round and before your next round.

Chapter 6

Learn to program your mind through visualization.

Programming Your Mind

We are working on your long game in this lecture. You also are learning a drill to simplify your swing.

Working On Your Long Game

Let's work on your putting. You are given 2 putting drills to save yourself some strokes on the greens.

Mastering Your Putting

[COURSE CHECK IN] How Did You Do With The Wagon Wheel Putting Drill?

To post good scores, you need to be good in the bunkers. We go over a bunker drill to increase your effectiveness in the sand.

Get Over The Fear of Bunkers

You can save yourself strokes around the greens with improved chipping. We go over a chipping technique in this lecture.

Improve Your Chipping

We work on developing a basic pitch shot which can be your go to shot within 100 yards of the hole.

Become Better at Pitching

[COURSE CHECK IN] What Is Your Go To Pitch Shot?

Here's a list of things to do before you play your next round.

Checklist Of Things To Do After Your Round And Before Your Next Round
2 Lectures 00:37

This is a wrap up of the program. I want to know how the program has saved you strokes!


[FINAL COURSE CHECK IN] How did the course help you?
About the Instructor
John Pietrolaj
4.3 Average rating
5 Reviews
20 Students
1 Course
"The Golf Maniac"

Hello and Welcome!

I personally started playing golf in May of 2010 and the moment I got my first set of clubs and took a lesson I was hooked. I have been playing as much as I can ever since, which is all year-long because I live in New Mexico where the weather is perfect for golf all year. I personally wish that I had started golfing earlier in my life because it has changed my life.

I think about golf every day and how I can make myself and other people better golfers. People that know me have said I am like “a Golf Maniac.” I spend much of my time playing, watching, and thinking about golf. I am constantly learning new things as I keep trying to improve my game and lower my scores.

I hope that I can help you get to the point where you are playing your "best" golf.

I want to take the journey with you.