• The Golf Triad

    When I am analyzing a golfer, I am constantly working out where they are in terms of three important areas. These areas all feed off each other, and without all components supporting each other the player is unlikely to improve. Knowing and understanding these areas can also help me identify which route I go regarding […]

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  • Find your Golf Swing Tempo

    This is something so simple which I have seen great success with. All you need is a smartphone and some (optional) earphones. Tempo is understatedly important in a golf swing. I have seen it create not only better shot performances, but also create massive improvements in technique via self-organization principles; things such as improved pressure […]

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  • Winter Golf

    Winter is upon us – it’s that time of year to put the clubs away and let our hard earned skills rot away, only to bring them out and dust them off again next spring. Or is it? Winter is actually a great time to see some awesome improvements in your game. In fact, as […]

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  • Medal Golf

    One of the first questions I ask a new pupil as they stand over the ball is “What swing thoughts do you have?” I am often met with something like this Well, I put my feet together and then take a small step either side of the ball, making sure the ball is in the […]

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  • Understanding the Golf Swing Arc

    In this article, I will explain some concepts relating to the golf swing arc which can help you to understand how certain changes may affect your ball flight. This is just a small part of a much bigger picture, but a basic grasp of it can help you diagnose issues and create the ball flight […]

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  • Scaling Your Golf

    I was fortunate enough to come across this idea very early in my teaching career while working at the Cranfield Golf Academies. As simple as it is, it is one of the most powerful tools in coaching and learning. During this post, we will learn what it is, as well as how to apply it […]

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  • First tee nerves?

    Michael Breed recently did a poll on what shot causes the average golfer more pressure? The result – the opening tee shot. So, what can we do to alleviate those first tee nerves and play better golf from the off? Let’s find out Everyone experiences pressure One of the first things you have to realize is […]

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  • Golf Reality Check

    Jordan Spieth won the Fedex cup last week – and over 22 million. You would think that winning 2 majors in a year, getting to number one in the world and capping it off with a Fedex win would mean the guy is infallible. Check out this video of one of Jordan’s rounds   Lesson […]

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