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Michael Breed tries his hand at James Lepps infamous saucer pass chipping motion.
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Michael Breed asks James Lepp to describe how he adjusts the trajectory of his shots depending on the circumstances you might encounter on the golf course.
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Michael Breed asks James Lepp how many range balls he usually hits before a round of golf.
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James Lepp explains to Michael Breed what he tries to accomplish on the driving range before a round of golf.
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Michael Breed asks James Lepp how he would approach hitting a shot to a flag that is about 150 yards down range.
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Michael Breed and James Lepp discuss how much time is spends hitting the driver before a round of golf.
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James Lepp explains that when hitting any club on the range, you must have a target and a purpose for the shot. You are not just banging balls down the range.
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The crane cam swoops in as Michael Breed and James Lepp discuss warming up for a round of golf.
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Michael Breed thanks James Lepp for all the wonderful pre-round tips he has given viewers at home.
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James Lepp explains that the most important time spent warming up for a round is on the putting green, not on the driving range.
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During the taping of Big Break Academy James Lepp gets a piece of grass in his mouth, or maybe he has taken up Chan Songs diet.
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James Lepp explains that he lead the entire match against Mark Silvers and then all of a sudden he had lost.
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James Lepp explains that it is extremely important to get a feel for the speed of the greens before playing a round of golf.
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Michael Breed is joined by the runner-up of Big Break Greenbrier to give tips on warming up for a round of golf on the practice green.
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James Lepps unique chipping style is found intriguing by the entire Big Break Academy crew.
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Michael Breed asks James Lepp to teach him the saucer pass chip shot.
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James Lepp explains that even though the motion was borrowed from hockey he still looks at it like a golf shot.
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James Lepp has perfected the saucer pass chipping motion, and has stunned Michael Breed at the same time!
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James Lepp is asked to try the traditional pitching motion, and almost takes out a camera guy.
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Michael Breed and James Lepp pose for a picture after the taping of Big Break Academy Greenbrier.
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