Get Your Golf Practice Time
Totally Dialed In with the One Bucket Method...
(step by step guide to better practice)
Learn how to work on the most important aspects of your game with the One Bucket Method
You grab a bucket of balls at the range and make your way to the perfect practice spot. You grab your favorite club and WHACK! Without any rhyme or reason, you grab another club and hit a few more balls.
While practice time can be a great stress reliever and a fun way to spend an hour or so under the bright blue skies and warm air....it doesn't always lead to lower scores unless you know how to practice...
Bobby Jones regarding golf practice…“The right kind of practice is just as interesting as playing. I never go on a practice tee unless I have a definite purpose in view."
Never Practice Too Much
"I have to believe that some of the guys who virtually live on the practice tee on tour are there because they don't have anything better to do with their time."
Develop Deliberate Practice
"When I practiced, I practiced to get it right." Hogan believed anybody, through “deliberate practice”, could “break 80”.
Perform More Quality Repetitions
His goal is getting as many reps as possible as a way of honing his technique, which is why he prefers spending his time on the range. Based on an interview with...
This is for you if...
You want some guidance and direction on what to practice on the range, what shots to practice on the putting greens and what shots and golf drills to focus on with your short game.
Quality Practice Time - Delivered!
Find out how to practice the right drills and develop the right skills.
"You hear stories about me beating my brains out practicing, but the truth is, I was enjoying myself. I couldn't wait to get up in the morning, so I could hit balls. When I'm hitting the ball where I want, hard and crisply, it's a joy that very few people experience. " -Ben Hogan
Go from Range Junkie to Skilled Player
Find out the right combination of quality and quantity. Despite a popular notion that practice takes 10,000 hours to become an expert, it is actually the right mix of quantity and quality of shots that produces the best experts.
Move from basic proficiency to complete mastery. According to research by Anders Ericsson, a cognitive psychologist who demystified how expertise is acquired, the lack of deliberate practice explained why so many people reach only basic proficiency. Ben Hogan also recognized the importance of deliberate practice sessions.
No more range junkie. Many golfers recognize a range junkie as a player who is always practicing, but never seems to play much better. Find out the hidden secret to moving from a range junkie to a highly skilled player.
"Just grab a bucket and follow the instructions. Couldn't be easier and it works!"
"I learned how to practice some shots that I was never quite sure of. Now I strike the ball with confidence. What a change."
What You Get....
The One Bucket Method is a fast improvement practice guide that takes you through one practice bucket so you can see an exact training protocol for each and every ball you hit (and why).
You get a practice session layout for every ball you hit. Each bucket improves on the drills you are provided and the skills you are developing. Here is what the program includes...
- 3 short game buckets
- 3 putting buckets
- 3 driving range buckets
Plus a bonus bucket for further skill development! That's 10 full buckets of training!
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Just $34 (great offer)
**Printed booklets will be shipped out between Jan 18th to 20th!
"This program worked really well for me. Bringing complete clarity to my practice time has made a huge difference."
"I followed the putting bucket protocol and lowered my score by 5 strokes. I'm excited to practice more now."
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