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“The Four Keys to Improve Your Game” by Tim Cusick, PGA

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Northern Texas PGA 2015 Teacher of the Year, Tim Cusick, released “The Four Keys to Improve Your Game” and delivered the biggest coaching nugget ever to the golf community. By focusing on the results that are important to having a good swing “The Four Keys to Improve Your Game” highlights the four main components to a good golf shot. Tim Cusick’s teaching philosophy is based on analyzing ball flight and club impact as it relates to the swing plane and body pivot, as well as, the four key components:

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6 iron | Low Trajectory

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6 iron | Good Trajectory

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6 iron | High Trajectory

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Left to Right

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Right to Left

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Straight

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Toe Contact

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Center Contact

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Heel Contact

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Ground First, Then Ball

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Too High on Ball

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Ball and Ground Contact

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One or more of these areas will stand out, allowing him to know the direction to take to improve the student’s swing. In the book, “The Four Keys to Improve Your Game” golfers will find a world- class approach to building the proper improvement plan for results on the golf course. Buy “The Four Keys to Improve Your Game” the book on www.amazon.com today!

Check out his youtube channel for regular tips to improve your game this season!

“The Four Keys to Improve Your Game”
Tim Cusick, PGA | @TimCusickGolf
Director of Golf Instruction
Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas
2015 Northern Texas PGA Teacher of the Year
www.timcusickgolf.com

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