How To Break 100 (or 90)

Checks and balancesIf you’re shooting in the 100s, you probably want to break 100 and shoot somewhere in the 90s. If you’re in the 90s you want to be in the 80s. If you’re in the 80s you want to shoot in the 70s, and so on. Countless books and articles have explored how to accomplish this. But we want to look at some other specifics.

First of all, that number, 100 or 90 or 80 becomes a barrier. You might shoot 80 for months but never a 79. How do you get there? Sometimes, you need an extra burst to help yourself clear these hurdles, and one of the best ways to do this is by making specific, noticeable changes in your game.

Depending on your game, there might be any number of things you need to change. But from our experience, there are a surprising number of people who don’t use the flat-wristed backswing. Putting your hands in a flat-wristed position at the top of your swing, rather than have a cupped wrist give you more power and greater accuracy. This is a change you can easily make with some practice using our device, the Pause-N-Throw. It could be the change that helps you make that next big breakthrough. Learn more about the flat-wristed position and order a Pause-N-Throw today!

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