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3 Golf Drills to Work on Your Game from the Comfort of Your Home

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You don't necessarily have to spend hours on the range or head out for a practice round to improve your golf game.
We get it... Sometimes you just don't have time in your busy schedule to load up the car, drive to the range or course, and spend hours working on your craft.
Fortunately, 2019 Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year Tasha Browner Bohlig sent us some at-home drills you can utilize from the comfort of your living room.
All you're going to need is a golf club, some painter's tape, a towel, and a soup ladle. And while it may sound like an odd combination, these three tips are sure to help you in three key areas of your game.
Check out the three drills below & be sure to give Tasha a follow on Instagram for more great coaching tips.
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Tasha Browner Bohlig, PGA

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Director of Instruction

Tarzana, CA

Tasha is a PGA Director of Instruction at El Caballero Country Club in the Los Angeles area. She oversees all instructional programs at El Caballero Country Club from clinics to camps throughout the year. Tasha is also TPI Certified and a certified fitness instructor, which aids in her ability to work with students who have physical limitations and/or injuries. Tasha is a Golf Digest's Best Young Teacher (2018-2019), a Golf Digest's Best in State for California and was the 2019 SCPGA Teacher of the Year. She is also a 4-time (2015, 2016, 2017 & 2019) GRAA Top 50 Growth of the Game Instructor as well as a 2017 & 2018 Top 50 U.S. Kids Coach.
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