• 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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  • 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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  • Top 10 Golf Practice Tips – #7

    Welcome to Number 7 in my series of top 10 Golf Practice Tips. If you want to re-vitalize your practice, performance and rate of improvement this week, try the following. Mix it up Golfers are very guilty of a simple practice cardinal sin – sticking SOLELY to blocked practice. Blocked practice is the repetitive action of hitting […]

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  • Top 10 Golf Practice Tips – #6

    “Dad, Dad, look! Look what I can do.” Kid tries to do something – fails. “Wait, let me try again.” Kid fails again “That’s nice Jimmy” – Father looks away. “Aww, you missed me do it”   Under Pressure We have all been that kid, and some of us still are – able to do […]

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  • Top 10 Golf Practice Tips – #8

    What was your goal for your last range session or practice round of golf? Didn’t have one? Ever wonder why you are stuck in a rut with your golf even though you’re putting in the time?   Winging it Imagine setting off on a car journey to a place you have never been, and not […]

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  • Top 10 Golf Practice Tips – #9

    If you tend to hit the ball great on the range, but awful when it counts, this article is a must read. This number 9 in our countdown of Top 10 Golf Practice Tips   A little Story Bob is practicing his mini-pitch on the practice green. He is working solely on his ability to […]

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  • Struggle with chipping? Try this

    So many mid-high handicap golfers I see are unnecessarily struggling with their chip shots. When I ask them what they are thinking, they usually respond with a checklist of 20 points they are going through, from set up cues to swing cues. • Weight on left side • Handle forwards • Keep weight still • […]

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  • Harvey Penick – A man ahead of his time

    Constraints-led learning is where we apply a constraint to The task The equipment The environment The player   in order to create a desired change. Often the change happens automatically, and becomes developed without any conscious thought.    This is not the correct interpretation of constraints-led learning   Scientific Support As there is a ton of […]

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  • Variability Practice for Golf – Bitesize Blog

    Variability practice is characterized by trying to achieve a desired end goal in varying ways – typically using subtly varying movement patterns/techniques. For example, you may Try to hit your target Fading Drawing High shot Low shot   Try to strike the ground in the desired place With a forward ball position With a neutral ball […]

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