• The Golf Drill Tiger Woods Hated

    I recently saw a video (see below video) with Tiger Woods, at the peak of his career, discussing a drill he ‘hated’ to do. There is a lot we can learn from this video, which I outline below. If the video doesn’t show, please refresh the page   Feel is not real That’s right, you’ve […]

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  • How to Increase Your Angle of Attack

    If you want to find out how to hit the ball farther than ever, listen up! I’ve posted several articles about driving the ball more effectively, some of which are linked at the bottom of this post. In this article, I will explain some concepts regarding increasing your angle of attack, or AOA.   What […]

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  • An example lesson using Trackman

    Lots of players and coaches these days are frightened of technology. I can definitely understand the fear – information overload can be a daunting thing which can hurt players for sure (paralysis by analysis). However, I think too many people associate technology with complexity. I personally use technology To make things simpler To help with diagnosis […]

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  • How Far Should I Hit My 7 Iron?

    One of the most common questions on my lesson tee is How far should I hit my 7 iron The 7 iron is a pretty standard benchmark number which golfers tend to compare themselves against (the other obviously being the driver distance). So, with that in mind, I did a little test today using Trackman […]

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  • Self Organization – an example

    Have you ever wondered why you swing the club the way you do? Of course you have – you wouldn’t be reading this if you hadn’t. What if your body was extremely intelligent? What if your body could figure out things that even the best instructors in the world don’t even know about yet?   […]

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  • Performance and Learning Scale

    This article will help you understand a little more about how to make a mid-season technical improvement without causing disruption to your game.   Performance is not learning  Most people don’t understand this; they naturally believe that if they are performing something well they are learning. But performance and learning are often poles apart. For […]

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  • Golfers – Adapt or Die

    Every golfer is chasing consistency. Yet, one of the most vital components of consistency may not be what you think – it may even be completely counter to what you think. Adaptability. Evolution is simple – the conditions (environmental) are constantly changing. The organism that is more adaptable survives. How does this apply to your […]

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