The New Rules of Golf Instruction Blog and Golf Tips

In Putting, Is Speed or Direction More Important?

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Uncategorized | 4 comments

This question has led to many of a debate.  In this One Minute video, I don’t end the debate but give my thoughts on how it breaks down.

You Can Develop Pin-Point Wedges Like Tom Kite

Posted by on Oct 31, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Tom Kite was the best at controlling his distance with wedges.

Watch the One Minute video below to see how he did it.

 

I Got Rid of My Slice. You Should Too!

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

My first 3 years playing golf, I sliced the ball. You can become somewhat accurate doing this, but you lose a lot of distance and it limits your potential. It is worth the trouble to change to a draw ball flight.

Watch the One Minute video below where I quickly discuss this topic.

Should You Change Your Grip?

Posted by on Oct 17, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I don’t automatically change a grip that is a little unique.

In the video below, I give you a one minute quick take on how to know if you should change your grip.

Are You “Swinging” the Club?

Posted by on Oct 8, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Make sure to look at the 3:30 mark for my trick shot training aid you might not believe.

Also, keep an eye on the “Views”.  Be the person that puts it over the 100,000 views mark!

Golf Mental Secret Jack Nicklaus Told Mike Malaska

Posted by on Oct 2, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

My friend Top 50 Teacher Mike Malaska told me about a question he asked Jack Nicklaus. “How do you handle the pressure of teeing off at the 18th at Augusta during the Masters?” Jack had a question for Mike and then what I thought was a simple but great answer.

Watch the video below to find out Jack’s answer.

A Putting Secret for Short Putts

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Putting, Short Game | 0 comments

In the one minute video below I reveal a simple idea that I have seen dramatically improve the short putting in the golfers I teach.  It is a simple idea but it has profound results. Watch the video below.

 

Good Chipping Gives You Par For a Partner

Posted by on Apr 4, 2013 in Short Game | 0 comments

Rob Akins told me a story about practicing with a very good player who used to push him to hit shag bag after shag bag of balls in every area of golf but especially in chipping.  Watch the video to find out WHY Rob’s practice partner thought it was so important.

 

The Miami Heat, The Harlem Shake and Golf

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Mental Approach, YouTube | 0 comments

The Miami Heat, The Harlem Shake and Golf

I have a question that doesn’t directly relate to golf. It is an informal survey I have been doing amongst friends and I wanted your opinion. First of all let me give some background on why I am asking for your thoughts.

I grew up mainly playing basketball. I love basketball and unlike most people I talk to, I like the NBA better than college.

Because of golf consuming me for the last 25 years, I’ve played very little basketball and I’ve watched less and less. Less that is, until June of 2011.

In June of 2011, I watched the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the Dallas Mavericks. Again, unlike most people I was pulling for the Heat. I’ve always liked the way Dwayne Wade plays basketball and found myself pulling for Miami.

As Dallas wrested control of the series and LeBron didn’t score much in the 4th quarter, I thought the criticism he took was over the top. He is more of a team player and as he was double teamed he was passing to the open man who’s job it is to hit wide open shots. I know LeBron would change certain aspects of how he played, but the level of criticism made me pull for LeBron even more.

The 2012 NBA season rolls around and I find myself watching more games. A few games here and there, but still not a rabid fan like I used to be. Then the 2012 playoffs start. I found myself watching every game or checking the box score online when I couldn’t be in front of a TV. I was nervous during the Pacers series as Bosh got hurt and Dwayne Wade a bad game 2. Then the Heat are down 2 games to 1 and behind by double digits in game 4. The Heat storm back with a big third quarter, they win the game and the next two games to win the series.

LeBron has an epic game 6 against the Celtics and then they win game 7 and it off to the Finals. The Thunder were heavy favorites and after the blowout victory in game 1 you could see why. The Heat wrested home court advantage in game 2 and then won all three at home to take the series.

I was nervous and pumped for each game. I was yelling at the TV like any crazed fan would do. I was fully vested back into NBA basketball like I used to be as a Dr. J fan with the Sixers.

I watched the Olympic basketball games and I am watching all the games this year and almost bought the NBA League Pass for $189.

I also like how the Heat are having fun with the Harlem Shake. See below. 34,000,000 Views in 5 days.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s my survey question. Has anybody had this same experience in the last year and a half? The experience of being a casual fan of the NBA and out of nowhere getting interested again. From my survey of friends and family, I am currently the only one who has had this experience.

What Does This Have to Do With Golf?

This may seem convoluted as to how does this has anything to do with golf. Here’s what it got me thinking about this weekend. How many of us need a catalyst to get reignited about golf like I got reignited about basketball? How many of us have lost that excitement of the game.

I hope my emails and videos can be that catalyst from time to time.

The biggest catalyst I see is seeing improvement in your game.

Below I have a couple of products that will give you the tips to get you on the right track and be the catalyst for getting positively addicted to golf again.

Also, in the comment section, please let me know what topics you would like me to talk about in upcoming emails, videos and blog posts. I am your coach and I want to motivate, inspire and coach you to your best golf.

OFFERS for the Golfers on my List:

1) Short Game Blueprint – my latest product to take golfers to the next level. I have used a unique process for 20 years that when golfers follow it they get 75% better on average. I have packaged that program into a home study program called the Short Game Blueprint. It is a fraction (5%) of what it would cost to have me take you through the process personally. I wanted to make this available because I can’t teach everyone simply because of time and geography. Click Here to learn more about the product and sign up.

2) 2 Men on a Mission – How would you like to get better at golf and give to a great cause? I know you would because you careout your golf game and you have a good heart. I heard Major Dan Rooney speak 4 years ago about the children of fallen soldiers nd their hardships. I made a pact that I would raise money for Dan and his special group. Click Here to sign up for my New Rules Golf School Online program and have 50% of what you pay go to this charity on your behalf.

OFFERS for Reynolds Members:
1) Lesson Series with Charlie King: 6 lessons for the price of 5. When you sign up for a 5 hour series with me, you get a 6th lesson for free. That averages out to my lowest hourly rate of $125 per hour ($150 savings).

2) Introductory One hour lesson at half price: For new members or those who haven’t had a lesson with me, you can get a one hour introductory lesson for $80 (half price). I want to meet you and give you a lesson. This offer is for those members who haven’t had a lesson with me before.
Your golf game is my top priority. More distance, less three putts, out of the bunker in one shot, more consistency. These are all within your reach with instruction and feedback from a teacher.

Please call 706-467-1660 to signup for these offers.

When Winter Changes to Spring…

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in New Rules Golf School Blog, New Rules Golf School Online, Short Game | 0 comments

I admit I am a fair weather golfer.

 

I like the temp to be 70 degrees and above when I play golf (and when I teach golf). I realized a few weeks back that I could not remember a truly good round of golf I had played in the cold. I have a theory for why this has been true. I am cold natured. My toes go numb in cold and cool weather. I love Hot weather.

 

I say this to you to say “I’m not a big fan of winter time”. I really look forward to the spring, warmer weather and getting excited about the new season and the Masters.

 

Spring is right around the corner and it is time to get focused on our golf game for the upcoming season.

 

Have you been practicing?

 

Are you ready?

 

I have been on a strengthening and stretching program to get ready for having a great year.  I feel sooo much better when I am consistently working out.

Are you excited about the spring? What have you been doing to get ready for your best golf year ever?

 

Below I have a couple of products that will give you a game plan for a great spring of golf and a great year.

 

Also, in the comment section, please let me know what topics you would like me to talk about in upcoming emails, videos and blog posts.  I am you coach and I want to motivate, inspire and coach you to your best golf.

OFFERS for the Golfers on my List:

 

1) Short Game Blueprint – my latest product to take golfers to the next level. I have used a unique process for 20 years that when golfers follow it they get 75% better on average.  I have packaged that program into a home study program called the Short Game Blueprint.  It is a fraction (5%) of what it would cost to have me take you through the process personally.  I wanted to make this available because I can’t teach everyone simply because of time and geography. Click Here to learn more about the product and sign up.

 

2) 2 Men on a Mission – How would you like to get better at golf and give to a great cause?  I know you would because you careout your golf game and you have a good heart. I heard Major Dan Rooney speak 4 years ago about the children of fallen soldiers nd their hardships.  I made a pact that I would raise money for Dan and his special group.  Click Here to sign up for my New Rules Golf School Online program and have 50% of what you pay go to this charity on your behalf.

OFFERS for Reynolds Members:
1) Lesson Series with Charlie King: 6 lessons for the price of 5.  When you sign up for a 5 hour series with me, you get a 6th lesson for free. That averages out to my lowest hourly rate of $125 per hour ($150 savings).

2) Introductory One hour lesson at half price: For new members or those who haven’t had a lesson with me, you can get a one hour introductory lesson for $80 (half price). I want to meet you and give you a lesson. This offer is for those members who haven’t had a lesson with me before.
Your golf game is my top priority. More distance, less three putts, out of the bunker in one shot, more consistency. These are all within your reach with instruction and feedback from a teacher.

Please call 706-467-1660 to signup for these offers.

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