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ShagBag From Top Players: Tips for Amateurs


BEN GEYER Two-time NCGA Player of the Year I’m not very big on mechanical stuff, so just whatever you do, trust your- self and make a good aggressive swing. You know your swing better


than anyone else does, so don’t feel you need to be taking in advice from other people.


DEREK ERNST


NCGA alum, 2013 winner on the PGA Tour


Speed on putts is huge. You’ll play in pro-ams and read a putt for your partner, and they hit it 15 feet by


and say, ‘It didn’t break.’ It’s not going to break if you hit it 15 feet by the hole.


MAX HOMA


2013 NCAA Individual National Champion at Cal Visualization is really underrated. I think people like to just get up there and hit it. When you really picture


something, it helps you feel what you have to do with the shot. A lot of people skip that step.


MICHAEL PUTNAM No. 1 on 2013 Web.com Tour Money List


Just know what your day job is. Take a deep breath. Most players rush too much when they are playing


with pros. They get quick with their swings and putts and everything. Just slow down and take a deep breath.


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