• Happy golf

    What does it take to be happy with your golf? Another philosophical post here, but one that can just as easily be applied to life as it can golf. I think learning this idea early on can seriously help you throughout your golfing career – whether you are a beginner looking to get your first handicap, […]

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  • Form can be a mysterious thing; when we have it, we believe we will never lose it. When it is gone, we think we will never see it again. This happens to every player regardless of their level. Tour pro’s can go for months without making a cut, often soon after winning a tournament. And […]

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  • Fault Fixing in Golf

    There are an endless number of ‘faults’ in golf; we could lose our spine angle, raise our head height at the wrong time, extend our knees too early, flip our wrists, have a backswing that is too flat (just to name a few). Everyone is always looking for the reason for hitting a bad shot; […]

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  • Routine and Flow – Get Into the Zone

    Are you looking for more consistency, better resilience under pressure and better scores? Of course you are – read on. Paralysis by Analysis I started golf aged 15, relatively late on for a professional. I was always very analytical (still am) and so would research for hours every day into technique from books, videos and internet […]

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  • Creating unshakeable belief

    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. A big example of this is a person who sees themselves as a 90’s shooter – they are basically condemning themselves to a lifetime of stagnation, lack of progression and scores that […]

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  • Internal Thermostat

    It’s the commonest story at the 19th hole. At one end of the room, some poor golfer is saying My front nine was awesome today, then I blew up and didn’t make a point on the back nine. Across the room, some other poor golfer is baffled. I couldn’t hit a barn door on the […]

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  • When I look at a player, it is easy to see what faults someone has. Sometimes there is just one glaring fault, other times, there are too many to even imagine how they can still hit the ball. But whilst a lot of people would just see things in mechanical terms – their left arm […]

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