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Spring Into Great Golf This Year!


 

cropped-sds_andrewkigergolf_pria_whitebg1.jpgSpring is here and it’s time to jump right into great golf this year! After teaching golf for 13 years I’m dedicating this year to taking my teaching and your game to the next level. This winter I revamped my teaching practice with the best teaching methods and technologies available in the golf industry. Come see for yourself why people are raving about Andrew Kiger Golf.

Located at the Marc Lapointe Golf Academy in Fort Mill, SC we have the latest high tech hitting bays, high speed video, 3D analysis, and Flightscope X3 Dopplar Radar. I promise you will see a difference in both your lesson experience and the improvement in your game.

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Please let me know if your ready to have your lowest score on the course this year by booking on
 http://marclapointegolf.uschedule.com/OnlineAppointments.aspx
or contacting me via my personal cell 919-449-4274 or email me drew@marclapointegolf.com.

As always I want to hear about your game and how you and your family are doing. If you are already a student let me know what I can do this year to make golf more fun for you and help you on your journey with your game.

Fairways and Greens,
Andrew Kiger, PGA

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The Gate Drill with Kevin Lyles


In this weeks post I join Kevin Lyles to talk about some drills he uses to help his putting. I greatly recommend trying these out to help improve your golf game.

Drill 1- The Gate Drill

For a five foot putt one of the most important aspects is to get the ball rolling on your line. Place two tees just bigger than the width of the ball about 1 foot in front of the ball on the line of your putt. Attempt to start the ball in-between the tees and watch your ball fall in the cup at the appropriate speed.

Drill 2- Circle Drill

Place 6 balls in a 3 ft. circle around the hole. Then attempt to make each putt with the appropriate amount of speed and break. The circle encourages each putt to look different and allows you to practice left to right, right to left, and straight putts. To make this drill more challenging try making 6 balls in a row from a 3 ft circle, a 4 ft. circle, and then a 5 ft. circle.

To book a lesson or to learn more about this great game check out www.andrewkiger.com, email drew@marclapointegolf.com or call 919-449-4274

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