The myth of the square stance

Golfers tend to waste a lot of energy on their stance. We obsess about it. We lay clubs on the ground and spend time concerning ourselves where our feet point. But I think this can all be a distraction – a waste of time if you will. There’s an easier and better way. Science showed…

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The 80/20 Golf Workshop is now open

After months of planning and a false start last year, the world’s first 80/20 Golf Workshop is now open for registration. If you’re looking at getting more enjoyment from your golf, with way less frustration then this course will be an eye opener. The course is over two full days in October at the famous…

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Golfer gets an 80/20 golf lesson

Last night I had the following conversation with a keen bean golfer… Golfer: I’m really struggling around the greens. Our course has some thick grass around the greens and I can’t get the ball out! Me: I have got a simple solution for you but I’m worried you’ll think I’m being a smart bum. Golfer:…

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The sneaky way to improve your golf swing

I’ve uploaded the next 80/20 video on golf learning and improvement. And it’s a belter! Scott and I discuss some of the most important concepts you need to know to improve your golf swing… … and the ideas are a little different. Might even seem strange or counter-intuitive, but I can assure you the concepts…

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[Video] 80-20 golf learning and thoughts on golf coaching

I’ve just uploaded a new video to the website that I shot with “Super Coach” Scott Barrow. It goes into our thoughts about the state of current golf coaching (teaching) and what we think you can do to improve your game. There’s some great stuff in there and I reckon you’ll get a lot out…

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Special announcement and I need some help

I am very close to launching my first 80/20 Golf Seminar. This has been years in the making and I’m sure it’s going to change the way a lot of golfers (and coaches) think and approach golf. I have been working on this with my coach, Scott Barrow, and the entire course is about 3…

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“Let the club go”

I don’t watch much rugby but this article definitely caught my attention. It’s less about rugby and more about having a great attitude. The part I like the most is this: “So basically he’s saying go out there and just trust your instinct, back your gut feeling and go out there and deliver a really…

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Less Is More

This is the best way I can think of to describe my golf/coaching philosophy. Less Is More (LIM) – it sums things up nicely. And the more you get into it, the more you realise it’s possible to get more bang for your buck. Small hinges can move large doors. We can get better results for…

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