• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Cancer of the Golf Swing

    High levels of beta carotene (similar to vitamin A) in the blood have been shown to correlate with lowered rates of cancer. So it would make sense that if we copied these lower risk people and tried to get more beta carotene, we could lower our risk of cancer, right? Wrong Beta Carotene – found […]

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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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