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Make The Turn

1 season, 21 episodes

Golf instructor Jeff Ritter provides a comprehensive program to help you improve on and off the golf course.

2014 Hosted by Jeff Ritter

2014

Coaches & Instructors Series Trailer: Make The Turn Introducing Make The Turn, instructor Jeff Ritter's comprehensive program to help you improve on and off the golf course.
Coaches & Instructors Short-Game Showdown A key to improving your short game is being able to execute under pressure. Jeff Ritter suggests a series of short-game drills that will feel like a tournament round.
Coaches & Instructors Negative Knockout Negative thoughts can cost you on the course. Instructor Jeff Ritter suggests a way to encourage more positive thinking during your rounds.
Coaches & Instructors Start Your Engines Jeff Ritter suggests a simple drill that will teach you how to control your swing speed.
Coaches & Instructors Barefoot Balance A large portion of the golfing population has terrible footwork. Instructor Jeff Ritter offers drills that will help you develop a better connection with the turf.
Coaches & Instructors Walk The Line This week's challenge is about elevating your performance by developing solid ball-striking. Instructor Jeff Ritter offers a quick drill to make sure that your club strikes the ground at the proper spot.
Coaches & Instructors Birdie Breakfast Nutritionist Cate Ritter provides some helpful ideas for a healthy, nutritious breakfast that will give you plenty of energy on the course.
Bunker Play Bunker Blast Instructor Jeff Ritter says the best way to hone your bunker game is to force yourself to hole out once from the bunker at the end of every session.
Coaches & Instructors Fire Up Your On Switch Instructor Jeff Ritter explains the direct correlation between a positive mindset and hitting good shots.
Coaches & Instructors One and One Instructor Jeff Ritter suggests practicing hitting pitch shots with one hand and on one foot as a way to create consistent contact.
Coaches & Instructors The World's Greatest Stretch Jeff Ritter and conditioning coach David Jack teach you an essential stretch for before you practice or play.
Coaches & Instructors Trajectory Tune-Up Most golfers play purely by direction, whereas the game's best also play by height. This week's challenge will elevate your performance IQ, while giving you more command over your golf ball. Do you think you can do it?
Coaches & Instructors Beverage Blast Proper hydration on the course is essential for optimal performance. But it's important to be sure you're drinking the right things.
Coaches & Instructors Play It Forward Most golf courses are way too long for the average golfer. Next time you play challenge your foursome to play your home course from a variety of different tee boxes.
Coaches & Instructors Play Recklessly If you find yourself attempting to control too much, try throwing caution to the wind and let go with reckless abandon. You'll start swinging with more freedom.
Coaches & Instructors Speed Reader Jeff Ritter teaches you a drill that will help improve your lag putting from long distances.
Coaches & Instructors Power Core Essentials Jeff Ritter and conditioning coach David Jack teach you the "Turkish Get-Up" to help strengthen your core.
Coaches & Instructors Hit For The Cycle Jeff Ritter explains the importance of controlling your ball flight by learning to hit a draw, a fade, and a straight shot.
Fitness Stay Sun Safe MTT LEAN 18 nutrition coach, Cate Ritter, breaks down all you'll ever need to know about having fun "safely" under the sun.
How to Trap Perfection If you want to quickly improve you have to develop the feeling of the swing that's going to give you the best contact. A great way to accomplish this is to challenge yourself with a self-coaching exercise called 'trapping'.
Coaches & Instructors Learn Your Lesson One thing that's critical to your success is the inclusion of a positive, post-round routine. Ask yourself what was today's lesson and make that the focus of your next practice session.