5 Simple Ways To Cut 5 Shots Off Your Handicap


Hi there, GolfWRXers. We hope you’ve had a great weekend. In today’s video, we wanted to give 5 of our top tips on how to reduce your scores and handicap this summer.  

In this video, we discuss:

  1. The importance of ball striking and how to improve it 
  2. Managing your expectations
  3. Not changing your swing on the golf course 
  4. Lag putting
  5. Dialing in your wedge distances

If you can improve these areas, we know that you are going to lower your scores and your handicap. Enjoy the video!

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  1. Great video, fellas and very helpful.
    1. The importance of ball striking and how to improve it
    I really improved my ball striking with my new M2 and I dialed out my bad shots. It was a miracle.
    2. Managing your expectations
    I always expect to score well but on some holes I get a snowman and that really messes up my head.
    3. Not changing your swing on the golf course
    I use one swing for all shots like Jack Nicklaus says he does. It works great every time.
    4. Lag putting
    I have no problem with lag putting because I’m mostly so close to the hole.
    5. Dialing in your wedge distances
    Since I use only one swing I don’t need to dial in my wedge shots. To adjust my wedge distances I use four wedges and sometimes five with my 64* super lob wedge in my bag. But that’s golf my way. Cheers.