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Introducing The Throw-A-Hole
Many times there aren’t enough holes cut into the practice greens to accommodate golfers, thus making short game training a hassle, especially when multiple golfers are hitting putts and chips to the same hole. Wouldn’t it be great to have your own hole every time you practice? Now you can with my newly designed GGA Throw-A-Hole.
- Throw-A-Hole-2 The Throw-A-Hole (TAH) allows you to simulate holes anywhere on the green.
- The 5.5 inch circular disc has a 4.25 inch center, the size of a regulation golf hole.
- Comes 3 in a pack.
The speed the ball rolls on the green to the hole determines the best target line making it an important variable of great putting and chipping. The ideal speed of a ball will roll 12 to 18 inches past the hole if it misses. This speed gives the ball the best opportunity to go in even if it hits the fringes of the hole.
Throw-A-Hole features a beveled edge angled the ideal amount to promote the ideal speed of the ball. The ball will stay inside the disc if it is rolling at the optimum speed to go in a regulation golf hole. If the ball is rolling too slowly, it will stay outside, rolling off the edges of the disc. If the ball is rolling too rapidly, it will pass completely through the disc.
With the GGA Throw-A-Hole you can now take a hole with you every time you practice. You can even use the Throw-A-Hole on the carpet inside your home, a great way to practice when you aren’t able to get to the course.
You Get Our Short Game Solution & Single Plane Solution: A 2-DVD Package
Tim covers all of the essentials including:
- How to putt
- How to chip
- How to pitch
Take a look at a few of the short game secrets you’ll discover in the first video…
- 3 fundamentals of great putting most recreational golfers screw up. (The first one guarantees you’ll tap the ball square. The second one makes sure the ball travels in the right direction. The third leads the ball straight into the cup.)
- Why your putting grip is different than your swinging grip… and… how to make sure you don’t confuse the two.
- Two ways to grip a putter… plus… how to tell which one is best for you.
- The correct way to position your feet when you set up to putt. (Get this wrong and the ball has no choice but to roll away from the cup.)
- Only these parts of your body should move during a putting stroke… otherwise… you’ll miss the long putts and embarrass yourself on the gimme putts that should go in but won’t.
- Three different size putters you’ll be using and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
- What you can and can’t control during a putting motion. (Just knowing this narrows your focus and…
Almost Automatically Makes You A Better Putter
- How to use a string to develop the putting skills of a PGA pro. (Quirky? Maybe. But so effective at forcing you to hit straight putts from now on.)
- How to check proper putter face alignment while you play.
- A little trick to reading greens like you’ve been doing it all your life. (Trouble figuring out where the ball is likely to break? Not any more. Just follow this simple piece of advice and you’ll always tell which way the ball is likely to roll.)
- The secret to gauging putting speed so you’re never too short or too long of the cup.
- The difference between a chipping stroke and a pitching stroke.
- How to position your feet when chipping. (Stance is critical for short game success. If you’re off by a tad the ball has no chance of going where you want.)
- The keys to chipping success. (Plus a “chipping checklist” to make sure you’ve got all the bases covered.)
- Best clubs to use and other basic concepts of chipping too many golfers simply don’t know.
- How to pitch the ball with fluid precision.
- Where to place the ball relative to your stance before setting up to take a pitch shot.
- Checkpoints to perfect pitching not one in a hundred recreational golfers ever considers.
- How to hit a greenside bunker shot so the ball lofts up and onto the green.
Plus a lot more!
The second video in the package covers…
The first video in the package focuses on teaching you the basics of a great short game. The second video (which runs slightly over 24 minutes) is all about HOW to become a better short game player.
You’ll learn how to practice chipping, pitching and putting.
For example, Tim will show you: how to position your hands during a proper chipping stroke… how to make sure you’re hitting down on the ball while chipping… the line drill that ensures a square club face at impact and proper ball path…
Plus… the pitching divot drill for achieving just the right loft, flight and spin… the “toe up” drill for keeping the ball under perfect control… the body position you must maintain throughout a smooth pitching stroke…
And… the one hand putting drill to control putter direction and where the ball rolls… how a common pencil will turn you into a can’t-miss putter… a simple drill that helps prevent you from 3-putting… and much more.
The combination of these two videos is indispensable for any golfer serious about boasting the lowest score on the “19th hole.”
Because Tim covers everything you’ll ever need to know about shooting as close to par (or better) as possible.
He covers: how to chip and pitch from the fairway and the rough… how to play par-saving bunker shots using conventional wedges and the Moe “Sandy Andy” wedge… secrets of flop shots that stick to the green like glue… and the best part is… Tim simplifies the basics of each short game shot so you can follow his instruction with ease.
After you watch these two videos (and practice the drills) you’ll develop the… Crucial Skills To Becoming A Scratch Golfer