• Consistent Golf in 3… 2… 1…

    The biggest goal for a golfer is consistency – well, they want to be consistently good! There are so many ways to become more consistent – but in this short blog, I’m going to share a very unique way that I have seen players become instantly more consistent.   Go With The Flow Have you […]

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  • Golf Psychology

    I occasionally get questions about golf psychology from players who are suffering with; on course anxiety inability to perform under pressure anger/frustration that ruins their game While I’m not a golf psychologist as my main role, I think that instructors should delve into and at least get a good understanding of the basics of psychology. […]

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  • Should You Ever Aim In Danger?

    This week, I made a short post on social media stating the following; Aim, target and alignment are all different in my philosophy. TARGET – where you want the ball to finish. You need to select safe targets which have a good buffer either side to allow for normal shot pattern distribution and natural result […]

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  • Should You Draw Or Fade It Here?

    I asked a polarizing question on twitter this week A common #golf strategy is to aim at the middle of the green and shape it into the pin Which one of these strategies in the picture produced the lowest scores? Aim at the left side of the green and fade away from the pin – […]

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  • Skill Vs Technique In Golf

    If you genuinely desire to reach your golfing potential and are looking for alternative ways to improve, this article will put you ahead of the curve. This is a blog post I have wanted to write for a long time, as I believe it covers a topic that is not discussed enough in golf instruction. […]

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