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A Post-Shot Routine Will Help You Lower Your Scores on the Golf Course

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Many golfers focus on their pre-shot routine, but PGA Coach Blake Jirges says that a post-shot routine can be just as effective in lowering your scores on the golf course.
The 10 seconds following each shot are crucial in processing information from club selection to swing execution, assessing that information and moving on to the next shot.
Creating an effective post-shot routine will help prevent you from compounding mistakes when they happen — and they're bound to happen — but it will also help focus on the positives as well.
As golfers, we can learn just as much from the positive outcomes instead of just always trying to make corrections when we hit bad shots. A solid post-shot routine will only help you focus.
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Blake Jirges

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Director of Player Development

Coto De Caza, CA

Blake Jirges is an award winning junior coach specialist who enjoys developing players of all ages. He is awarded as a US Kids Golf Top 50 Master Teacher in America. Blake specializes in developing programs to bring his students from one stage in their development to the next, aligning with his students goals and motivations. A native of Cypress, CA, Blake graduated from the Golf Academy of America before turning professional. Blake earned a PGA Class A Certified Teacher and Coach. He is a highly motivated modern golf coach and is trained through the American Development Model (ADM). He is committed to ongoing professional development and has earned certifications from Titleist Club Fitting, US Kids Golf and the Certified Golf Coaches Association. Blake enjoy inspiring and motivating both children and adults to learn and love the sport of golf. Students benefit from Blake’s passion, energy and enthusiasm to help them improve and shooting lower scores.
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