Make More Putts

Take a moment and imagine this scenario. First, you hit a beautiful drive right down the middle of a short Par 5 and have just an iron into the green. You grab your 7-iron and hit a nice baby draw leaving you a 30 footer for your eagle opportunity. Next, you hit your first putt with all that excitement but hit it ten feet by the hole…….

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Jacob Levens
Building Relationships Through the Group Fitness Community and Group Golf

Throughout my time as a coach at Correct2Compete I have seen a variety of excuses on why people don’t show up to the gym for their appointment. “Something came up with work”, “I have another appointment”, “I need to help a family member”, “I overslept”, or even “I forgot to put it in my calendar”. It’s common for people to make excuses when they don’t have the dedication or motivation to show up to something. 

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Keith Suttle
FlightScope- Why we use it and how it can help you

Looking down the practice range at any given PGA Tour event, even a non-golfer can notice one constant for many of the players. That constant is the use of a launch monitor. The best players, including Bryson DeChambeau and his FlightScope, in the world rely on accurate information to prepare to play for millions of dollars, so why don’t you use this same technology to improve your game?

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Keith Suttle
Mastering the Par 18 Drill

It’s April, the Azaleas are blooming in Georgia, the Midwest is thawing out as restless golfers pounce on every opportunity to play soggy course, and the best golfers in the world are preparing for the first major of the year. It’s Masters season. Every golfer in Augusta knows they will have to survive Augusta National’s tough greens and tight lies if they want any hope of donning the green jacket.

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Keith Suttle
4 Ways to Keep your game sharp before the season

If you live in a colder climate you know the feeling of watching that weather forecast and seeing your golf days slowly deplete week by week. Nothing is worse than putting our clubs in the garage and seeing golf course lakes freeze over. Unfortunately, the same exact thing happens with our golf game.

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Jordan Hamsley
The Competitive Edge Playing Multiple Sports

In 2017, during the NFL Draft, 32 players were taken in the first round. Of those 32 players, 30 of them were multi-sport athletes during high school.  In 2018, it was 26 of 32 players taken in the first round. One of the most largely debated topics surrounding sports these days is whether or not a kid should specialize.

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Keith Suttle
Don’t Wait Till Summer To Have A Beach Body

Winter is in full swing here in Indiana. The holidays are over, the snow is falling, and the temperatures are dropping. A lot of people are already longing for summer, and looking forward to the days when we can shed the jackets and sweaters, and spend our time basking in the sun. If you’re like most of us, you want to be in good shape and look your best when it’s time to hit the pool or the beach. Even though summer is a few months away, don’t wait until then to start working on your body. Here are a few reasons why the gym is the perfect place to spend your cold winter days in.  

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Jordan Hamsley
Drive for Dough, Putt for Show.

We’ve all been there and heard “you drive for show and putt for dough” numerous times. Mostly from older men or less-informed golf parents and coaches. When it comes to reality, is this adage true? Is your score mostly influenced by putting or is there a bigger area to focus on like ball striking?

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Andy Heiser
5 Ways to Keep Your Putter Hot During the Winter

It's that time of year again. We all head inside, put the clubs in the garage, and anxiously wait for the upcoming golf season. Unless you have an indoor golf facility or a basement with a high roof, working on your golf swing can be difficult to say the least. But there's one club in that bag that can be improved virtually anywhere, and it’s arguably the most important—that’s the flat stick.

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Keith Suttle
Move Better and Shave 5 Shots with the FMS

Overall, I would describe my lifestyle as active and healthy. I grew up playing sports, I enjoy hiking and walking my dog, and for the most part I eat nutritious food. Regardless of all that, I wound up with back pain at 19 years old. I was walking up the stairs of my college apartment, and the next thing I knew, I couldn’t walk due to severe pain in my low back.

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Keith Suttle
Live to Lift Another Day

Motivation is everywhere these days, but don’t get me wrong, it’s totally necessary. We need it in order to get through those last sets, wake up early to get to the gym, or even push the plate away instead of going for seconds. We all have a need to be challenged or use motivational concepts to inspire ourselves or our clients to reach further, dig deeper, and get closer to the goal. With that being said, I’m sick of hearing the motivational quotes and seeing all the crazy social media posts that encourage ignorance in the gym. So, I’d like to offer some unconventional motivation.  

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Andy Heiser
Win Next Year’s Club Championship Now!

The golfing season is coming to its unfortunate, cold end. Hopefully you had your best year and are looking to build on your success. But if not, what’s your gameplan for next year? Maybe you finished the season feeling frustrated. Will that motivate you to make a change? Now is a great time to reflect on how we did this past year. If we fell short of our goals, what was holding us back? Was it the mental game? Too many three putts and lost balls off the tee? The most important thing you can do for a stellar net season is to reset.

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Keith Suttle
Speed & Agility Preparation for Winter Sports

The training you do this fall will help prepare you to win or lose this winter. As the temperatures continue to drop and the comfort of Netflix or Fortnite becomes more appealing, it’s easy to push off the training you need NOW for later. We all know that the best athletes work hard. But what exactly are they doing to improve, and how does it work? More importantly, how can you become a better athlete yourself?

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Jordan Hamsley
Don’t Let the Cold Freeze Your Golf Game!

The off-season in the Midwest may seem like a great time to relax, hang the golf clubs up in the garage, and watch football on the weekends, but how is that going to help your golf game? Don’t be that guy that waits for the Masters to get motivated for next year’s golf season. (Or the guy who takes a winter trip and has all the excuses for playing poorly: “I haven’t swung a club in months, so we’ll just see what happens out there.”)

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Keith Suttle