• 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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  • Preparing for Greatness

      In my article on beliefs (CLICK HERE TO OPEN IN NEW TAB) I talked about how most sport psychology is directed towards dealing with symptoms of poor beliefs. For example, two people may get on a plane – Person A is absolutely fine and is so unperturbed by it that they almost fall asleep […]

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  • Visualization for Golf

    You’ve heard it a million times. The power of visualization. What exactly does it mean, and why does it work? Visualization is simply the process of creating an image or movie scene in our head- daydreaming, if you will. Some people are better at this than others, but it seems as if this skill can […]

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  • 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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