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Hey, everyone, Morgan Pressel here. As a proud member of Team RBC, I'm happy to share some tips that I put together for you from my home in Boca Raton. So without further ado, here we go.
So one of the first drills that I wanted to show you is really easy. All you need is a wall. And it's to help you work on your putting. So if you have trouble, you can use either your head, or you can put your butt on the wall. Either way, and you can help keep your head still, or you can help keep your body still while you putt.
And if you're like me and you've got grout lines on the title here, it's also a really good way to work on the path of your stroke, taking it straight back and straight through.
The other drill that I wanted to share with you today involves a mirror, another household item. So hopefully you have a wall, and hopefully you have a mirror. And it's really easy to work on your fundamentals by taking practice swings in front of one. And Nick Faldo once said that if he could go back and do anything over in his career, that he would take more swings in front of mirrors.
So its a great way to train your body to learn. So you can look in the mirror down the line, you can look face on, you can turn around and check your backswing. And there's so many different ways to check your body posture, to check your grip. See what you're actually doing, and then when you find a position that you want to be in, for me, at this moment, I'll show you this way.
It's a little bit further out and a little bit more flat. I tend to get this way. Hold it for a few minutes. Not a few minutes, few seconds. Get up to the top, hold it. Feel it, feel it. This is what I want. This is where I want to be. And start training your body so that when you get back out on the range or on the golf course, you'll know what that feels like and it'll be much easier to put it into your game.
And there you have it, a couple of really easy ways to work on your golf game, from the comfort of your own home. I hope you find these tips helpful, and they translate well for you to the golf course. Thanks for all your continued support, and thanks for having me in your home