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.
Golf Tips Great articles by our coaches and authors
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?
A study into the performance of elite golfers was recently completed (27th November 2017). The findings are incredible, and I think that players and coaches around the world can learn a lot from the results.
In this article I’d like to cover what I believe is one of the best golf practice routines for any club-level player to adopt. It’s time friendly, it’s enjoyable and most importantly it’s specific to the game of golf.
Mental game plan should be simple enough to fit the back of a business card. But how to find an advices you specifically need to improve? We selected two simple reminders of the the most important aspects of your mental setting.
Habits, routines, lucky items.. What brings success in golf? What is real cause of perfect golf swing and what is just superstition? Discover the secret of golf with Adam Young.
Discover the best mental drill for your pre-shot routine. No matter your style in swing or putting strokes. Robin Symes learned the secret from the best and he wants to share it with you.
My good friend and mental coach, David Mackenzie, recently developed a pretty cool audio program for golfers to help with pre-round confidence. This is a guest blog with some of David’s top tips for boosting your confidence before you play.
Most golfers work constantly on their swing techniques. Despite your efforts the progress at a certain point slows down or even stops. There are simply too many variables and one of the most important is where you place your attention.