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.
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…
When you apply these concepts and the others in The Blueprint, you will be scoring better than you ever have.
Start to develop your strategy for the course you are going to be playing.
Make sure you come to the golf course prepared. Don't wish you had brought something.
Utilize visualization in your pre-round routine. Also, make sure to get enough rest.
This is a cheat sheet to make sure you know what you are supposed to do.
What you should do the morning of your round.
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.
How to warm up is outlined here. Also, you need to make a commitment about what's going to happen on the course.
Here's a run down of what you need to do.
How to handle the the first tee shot of the day.
Make sure you visualize how this shot is going to go. Remember what your plan is for the course.
All the particulars are outlined here about what you should be doing during your pre-shot routine.
The key here is to get loose and erase your swing thoughts from your mind.
This a list to remind you of what you should be doing during the first tee shot.
What to do after the first drive and in between your shots.
Your mental state is very important at this stage of your day. Don't worry about past shots.
Learn to have patience and keep a level head during the ups and downs of your round.
Make sure you eat and stay hydrated during the round. Also, be sure to stay relaxed during the day.
Stay confident and go over the checklist of what to do between your shots.
The process you should go through during and after all your shots.
You need to develop your trigger.
Learn to rate your shots with an A, B, or C.
The keys of this lecture are to visualize, know the distance of your clubs, visualize, stay relaxed and calm.
In this lecture, we are going over more pre-shot routine information and how to deal mentally with your good and bad shots.
Your checklist of what you should be doing before, during, and after each shot during your round.
What to do after your round and before your next round.
Learn to program your mind through visualization.
We are working on your long game in this lecture. You also are learning a drill to simplify your swing.
Let's work on your putting. You are given 2 putting drills to save yourself some strokes on the greens.
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.
You can save yourself strokes around the greens with improved chipping. We go over a chipping technique in this lecture.
We work on developing a basic pitch shot which can be your go to shot within 100 yards of the hole.
Here's a list of things to do before you play your next round.
This is a wrap up of the program. I want to know how the program has saved you strokes!
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.