• Training To Win In Golf

    It’s coming to that part of the season where the big tournaments are at their finales. This makes it a nice time to discuss the idea of tournament preparation. Go to any range, anywhere in the World and you will see the same thing – hordes of golfers working on their swings. After all, isn’t […]

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  • The Model for Better Golf

    Over the last few weeks, I have introduced a model for playing great golf. This week, I will introduce the 4th dimension to this model – strategizing for inevitable variability. This is one of the biggest keys to scoring consistently.   Quick Recap It’s not imperative that you read the first three articles in this […]

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  • Why Your New Golf Clubs Won’t (Necessarily) Make You Better

    I often hear golfers say something like this Golfer –           “I’ve just bought these new irons – they’re so great. I’m hitting it two clubs farther” Me       –           “Oh, how are your scores”? Golfer  –           “The same, why”?   Modern Irons Modern irons hit the ball farther – that is true. But why? A […]

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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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  • Adjusted Targets

    I would consider this simple idea one of the most basic in course strategy. Yet, the more I coach, the more I am amazed at how even some of the more elite players don’t understand (or, at least, don’t use) this. This idea could save you an incredible number of shots per round. The strategy concept […]

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