Charlie Starrs

Oneputt Productions, Inc
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Charlie Starrs

PGA Golf Professional
Oneputt Productions, Inc.
Miami Beach, FL

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Favorite golfer sayings

Posted on: 14 Jul 2022

A few of my favorite golfer sayings are: “I’m hitting it farther than most people go on vacation” “That ball landed on the green like a butterfly with sore feet” “Your swing is so smooth it’s like liquid” When a golfer in your group says on the green, “Good roll”, the best reply I’ve ever […]

Finding a new putter

Posted on: 06 Jul 2022

Finding the perfect putter is a very personal choice a golfer can make. You have to like what you’re looking down at to putt well. There are so many different shapes, lengths, grip sizes out there. I suggest getting fit for proper length, grip size comfortable to your taste. Next, what does your stroke look […]

Sway good or bad?

Posted on: 27 Jun 2022

If a golfer sways, it’s a definite power loss. When the sway occurs, the golfers posture, spine angle, and height changes causing the swing path to change causing an errant shot. See The Remedy 4 Golf for a training aid that helps eliminate the sway.

Bump & Run

Posted on: 11 Apr 2022

If you want to gain control of your golf ball around the greens, I highly recommend learning the “Bump & Run” shot. The club choice should be one with low loft ( 4 hybrid, 7 iron etc). We’re looking to “bump” the golf ball into a landing spot before the green and allow the ball […]

The golf course itself

Posted on: 12 Jan 2022

One of the best resources for improved course management is the golf course itself. To learn how to best manage your round, if time permits, play a “practice” round. Use the golf course to improve the shots you typically struggle with. Practice the uphill, side hill, downhill shots with a few golf balls from each […]

Hitting the middle of the ball…

Posted on: 16 Dec 2021

Good afternoon, The big 3 need to be addressed once again… 1. Grip position 2. Posture ( including distance from the ball) 3. Alignment Those golfers that tend to impact the center of the ball tend to grip the club with a weak to neutral grip which can cause the club to shorten during the […]

Hitting the ground behind the ball

Posted on: 19 Nov 2021

Good afternoon! If you tend to hit the ground behind the golf ball often be sure to check the following… 1. Grip position, Body alignment in relation to target, Posture. 2. Often moving your body laterally in the backswing and remaining there during the downswing can cause you to deliver the club into the ground […]

The ultimate swing aid

Posted on: 28 Oct 2021

The perfect swing aid for the entire golf swing is called TheRemedy4Golf. I developed The Remedy4Golf several years ago. The main benefit is it eliminates the “Sway” golfers have in the trail leg. The Remedy not only helps with proper weight distribution both in the backswing and through swing but it can be used to […]

Fitness in golf is incredibly important for many reasons.

Posted on: 03 Aug 2021

Fitness in golf is incredibly important for many reasons. Fitness allows lapse golfers a new outlook on playing the game, people who incorporate a regular fitness routine are reaping the benefits of working out. A few years ago, I started a stretching routine by reading the book “Fit for Golf, Fit for Life” by Randy […]

Proper alignment

Posted on: 09 Dec 2020

I instruct my students to first, aim their club face at the intended target and then align their toe line parallel to groove lines on the club face. From there, align the hips and shoulders parallel to the toes and club face. When properly aligned, the player should see this | | NOT this / […]

Playing in windy conditions

Posted on: 23 Nov 2020

“When it’s breezy, swing easy” Before you begin your round, try making full swings at 50% of your normal swing speed. You can increase the percentage of power until you find YOUR rhythm. Players tend to swing harder than usual in windy conditions. Do the opposite and you’ll really notice a difference in ball flight, […]

2020 Masters Champion

Posted on: 09 Nov 2020

I would like to see Bryson DeChambeau win the 2020 Masters. When Tiger won his first he was hitting it further than anyone in the field. If Bryson can hit it as far as he has been and control his ball, he should be able to post some low numbers. Should be an exciting week […]

Indoor golf exercises

Posted on: 04 Nov 2020

Good morning Golfers! The best indoor workout to stay limber and gain strength at the same time is, invest in a TRX! I use mine twice a day and it has really helped with flexibility and I’ve added several yards to all my clubs!

Best time amateurs should get fit...

Posted on: 28 Oct 2020

Hello golfing world, The best time for amateurs to get fit for clubs is, as soon as they are committed to playing golf. Utilizing your own equipment while practicing and or playing makes such a difference in your dedication to improve.

DeChambeau Putting style

Posted on: 15 Oct 2020

DeChambeau’s putting style works very well as there is little chance of unnecessary body movement during the putting stroke. The most important thing to realize is, Bryson determines his start line and the length of each putt down to the millimeter. The fact that the putter shaft is connected to his left arm doesn’t allow […]

Increase driver distance

Posted on: 25 Aug 2020

Good morning! If anyone wants to hit their driver farther, it is extremely important to get fit for the driver that will warrant better performance numbers. Secondly, do something to increase your flexibility. I personally have a stretching routine I follow every day before leaving my house. Lastly, if you seek more distance with the […]

Increase driver distance

Posted on: 14 Aug 2020

Good morning! If anyone wants to hit their driver farther, it is extremely important to get fit for the driver that will warrant better performance numbers. Secondly, do something to increase your flexibility. I personally have a stretching routine I follow every day before leaving my house. Lastly, if you seek more distance with the […]

Mental aspect of golf

Posted on: 28 Jul 2020

Golfers must be mentally ready to achieve the outcome of the shot they’re attempting to hit. Visualizing the shot, feeling the shot by making the practice swing for the shot and trusting the swing you make is going to provide the desired outcome is incredibly important.

Ideal Junior Golf learning environment

Posted on: 27 Jul 2020

The ideal learning environment for my Junior Golfers is the short game area on the driving range. The area is large enough to set up several different drills for skill development. Following the drills, we take the Juniors into the golf course to test their skills learned.

Ideal Junior Golf learning environment

Posted on: 24 Jul 2020

The ideal learning environment for my Junior Golfers is the short game area on the driving range. The area is large enough to set up several different drills for skill development. Following the drills, we take the Juniors into the golf course to test their skills learned.

Mental aspect of golf

Posted on: 16 Jul 2020

Golfers must be mentally ready to achieve the outcome of the shot they’re attempting to hit. Visualizing the shot, feeling the shot by making the practice swing for the shot and trusting the swing you make is going to provide the desired outcome is incredibly important.

JC Video

Posted on: 10 Oct 2019

We will be using JC Video this year to share lesson videos with our Members and Guests. They have developed an app that will allow our Professionals to share edited videos on the spot. Included in the software is a swing locker that the students can access from their devices. There is a cost per […]

I recommended on a bi-annual basis to my students.

Posted on: 14 Aug 2019

I guess it depends on how often one plays. I recommended on a bi-annual basis to my students.

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