This is how Tiger can get his game back…

The other day I directed my viewers to an article about Tiger Woods here. It’s worth a read, especially since the article was written way back in 2009. Here are some of my thought about good Ole’ Tiger post the 2015 edition of The Masters. He needs to play more. He just looks like he needs…

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Some very interesting thoughts on Tiger Woods

If you’d like a different perspective on Tiger Woods then I think you’ll like this article. The piece was written in 2009 but the author certainly had some great insights that certainly do apply today. I’d like to hear your thoughts and I’ll share some of mine over the next few days.

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Think like Phil

Here’s some insight in the mental game from Phil Mickelson. I also offer some of my thoughts below. Phil: Well, when you get into the heat and pressure of a major championship, you end up always reverting back to your old habits, whether they are good or bad. One of the things I like to…

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So what?

My swing is no good… So what? But I’m worried I’ll hit the ball into the trees So what? But I’ll make a bad score. So what? I’ll look stupid to my mates. So what? And my handicap will go out. So what? And I won’t feel too good. So what? But I want to…

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Panic merchant

The sign at the entrance to Byron Bay reads, relax, slow down and chill out. It’s a great mantra for a popular holiday spot (Maybe they should also add, turn off mobile phones). A mantra for a busy golfer could be, relax, slow thoughts and play the game. I used to be a panic merchant.…

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“But the golf swing isn’t a natural thing”

This is often the argument presented when I tell others that most modern instruction is too technical and doesn’t work too well*. My response? But learning is instinctive to us all. So despite the fact that nobody is born with a golf club in their hand, we all possess an amazing capacity to learn. Sadly,…

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A very simple golf lesson

Amanda is a 16 year old golfer. She’s talented but a little stuck. Her coach told me that she has been “messed up” and is working on getting her game back on track. I could see right away she has a flair for the game. She wasn’t interested in talking, but preferred to putt and…

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Key Ingredient for better golf

It’s tempting to try a little bit of this and a little bit of that. Change putter. Work on your grip. Fix your pivot. Adjust your stance. Swing softly. Nobody is probably going to laugh at you if you try lots of stuff. You may even get someone’s approval. It’s almost accepted as normal. But…

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