He is learning that he has to make decisions regarding the line he will putt on. Slow going.
Matt lost the chipping and the putting contest to Sayers, so he decided to race her to save some face. Little does he know that, she has her own agenda.
Matt and Sayers working on distance control with the wedges.
Working on sand play. He’s trying not to lean back on them and lift them into the air. It is naturally move, so work is needed.
Matthew working on his alignment and being able to point the line on his ball to the locations that he wants the putt to go.
Mat working on his distance control in regards to chipping. We needed a way to have a controlled distance (without using verbiage about yardage) so we came up with a small, medium and large chip (5, 10, 15 yard). Matt is here working on his small and medium chip distance control.
Matt has been working hard on his setup and stroke consistency.
Matt tied his best lag putting practice today with 17 out of 20 inside a 3 foot circle. Touch is coming along.
Took Matt for his weekly round. Still struggling with taking it back to fast and thus too short. Also, him taking a peek on putts is still a real concern. Will have to drill both of these things more. Overall it was his best round at Republic to date. If you recall he won the […]
Well the city championships are over and done with, time to get back to work. Matt is still working on his short game weekly. Usually a day of chipping and a day of lag putting. On the chipping front I taught him the bump and run yesterday. He doesn’t completely grasp the concept of why […]
Matt playing in his 2nd tournament ever, placed 2nd in the 2013 Greater San Antonio Junior Championships. If not for a really bad first day and being soooo excited, he may have pulled off a win. He led the field on day 2 and 3, but couldn’t make up enough strokes. As they say “You […]