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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Important part of any golf lesson

If you’re having golf coaching then it’s imperative that you do plenty of this. Listen to this golf audio to get the full story.   If you’re keen for some private golf coaching then check this out…

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Breakthrough

Sometimes getting a breakthrough with your golf game isn’t so hard. We tend to try too hard and look in all the wrong spots. Maybe the answer is right in front of you – but you can’t see for looking. Listen to the Breakthrough audio for more:

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Swing freely. Even when you’re scared.

I was chatting to someone the other day and they were saying they have trouble driving the ball. Their problem is compounded when they’re playing a difficult or tight hole. It’s a common issue and you need to fight the urge to tighten up and steer the ball. I put a little audio together on…

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Stub Your Toe Effect

Listen to the audio below to get some perspective on golfing mistakes and the odd really bad game of golf. I think sometimes (maybe all of the time) that us crazy golfers get carried away and panic when we make a mistake. I also think that the true masters rarely panic. They see mistakes as…

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Don’t be in a rush

It can be easy to rush things when you’re first starting out. It’s easy to take lessons and over-think the game. Here’s Walking With Koda* podcast 101 that with some more thoughts… * I said after 100 that it would be the last. Not sure what happened, but this morning I felt like talking for…

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The perfect time

I used to think that the ideal golf game would suddenly present itself. So I waited for the perfect time, thinking … … that all of a sudden, the fear, the nerves and self-doubt would disappear… … that all of the practise would pay off. I would tee up the ball and be brimming with…

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“Don’t let fear hold you back”

I played golf with a few mates on Monday morning. It was a charity day and things were very relaxed. A chance to enjoy the company, a different course and not get too stressed on score. Just how I like it. On the 15th tee I hit a low bullet draw from the tee – it…

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