One of the first questions I ask a player when working with them is this; If the ball does X, what do you do? This tells me a lot about their ability to self-coach/fix themselves, and play well when things aren’t going so well.
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The other day, I tried to condense my golf-coaching philosophy into Twitter’s 28-character limit. While the tweet was just 33 words long, I’ll attempt to add a few more thoughts in this article to flesh it out a little more.
Want to know how to fix a golf hook? Read on. The dreaded golf hook – a ball that can start any direction, but curves dramatically to the left (for a right-hander) – often into the trees or out of bounds.
Want to know how to fix a golf slice? Read on. The dreaded golf slice – a ball that can start any direction, but curves dramatically to the right (for a right-hander) – often into the trees or out of bounds.
Are you better at golf this year compared to last year? If not, YOU might be holding back your ability to improve your golf – a self sabotaging move made solely by your inability to understand what is in this article.
Everyone is looking for the swing secret to lower scores. While improving your mechanics and skills are big keys to unlocking your potential, most golfers are leaving a boatload of shots on the table simply though poor course management.
All around the globe, golfers are toiling away on the driving ranges, trying to improve their games. But some will not improve or may even go backwards. This article explores 5 reasons why golfers struggle to improve.
Being a very short hitter of the ball as a kid, I was constantly obsessed with ways of making more speed. This led me down the road of experimenting with weight training as a means of getting stronger and thus creating more distance.
In part 1 of internal thermostat, we talked about how the mental game – more specifically our self image, is a big determinant on our play.
Professionals take years to change their techniques enough to notice improvements, how could ours change so dramatically from the ninth hole to the tenth? What can we learn from these dilemmas?