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$70 off Short Game Chef Membership

Parker McLachlin, aka Short Game Chef, is revolutionizing the short game. He has helped some of the world’s best players, including Collin Morikawa and Keith Mitchell, revamp their short game, and now he’s doing the same for the Broken Tee Society as part of The Index Experiment. We’re covering $70 towards all of Parker McLachlin’s online instructional content for our BTS members over at so you can get the same instruction as PGA Tour Pros. There, you’ll find hundreds of videos that players are using to modernize their short game from the comfort of home. Find your code in the Member Locker and start learning today.

Lessons from the Short Game Chef

Short Game Chef’s Secrets

TGJ Podcast 133

Hear directly from the Broken Tee Society's short game coach as he talks through how pros approach wedge play, why amateurs make it harder than it needs to be, working with Tour stars like Keith Mitchell and Collin Morikawa and who the best to ever hold a wedge is.

About Parker McLachlin

After a successful college career at UCLA, Parker McLachlin turned pro in 2003. In 2008 he won his first PGA Tour event at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open (now The Barracuda Championship) by seven strokes. He holds the PGA Tour record for most consecutive holes without a three-putt (354). McLachlin since transitioned to coaching, where he’s helped players like Keith Mitchell, Collin Morikawa, Max Homa, Kevin Chappell and Anna Nordqvist revamp their short games using modern techniques.

“My short games been a lot better. I've been working with Parker McLachlin for the better part of a year and he really helped me a lot.”

- Keith Mitchell, PGA Tour Player

The Index Experiment

We're going low this year. You in? Join the Broken Tee Society to take part in The Index Experiment, where our members will receive a year's worth of tools, technology, content and community collaboration mapping a path to better golf (and perhaps, a better life). All you have it to do is play, practice and share your progress.


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