My best round of Automatic Golf

Despite discussing Automatic Golf for over 14 years, I still get the feeling that some golfers think it’s some sort of magic trick. This is rubbish and not the case at all and it’s one of my biggest frustrations. Automatic Golf is way more than a tip or quick-fix. It’s a way of thinking (and…

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Golf Digest USA

I’m doing some research and I’m after 10 – 14 recent editions of Golf Digest (The USA version, not Australian). If you have these (or know someone who does) I would be most grateful if you could help me get my hands on these magazines. If you could let me know over here that would…

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Power of Simplicity

I’ve been a fan of simplifying golf for years now. My thoughts on playing and coaching golf changed forever back in 2010 after visiting a marketing seminar. I learned about the power of the 80/20 Rule and Less is More. These ideas helped explain my thoughts on golf learning and performance and highlighted why I…

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The Gear Effect

Here at GolfGooRoo Global Headquarters I often get accused of not caring much about swing mechanics. This is not the case … … I just think that we tend to place too much significance on the swing and not enough on actually playing the game. Here’s a simple swing drill that ticks a lot of…

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The biggest problems with traditional golf coaching

Here’s an interesting conversation I had with Evan on the main problems with traditional golf coaching. This happened a few years back but the message is still relevant. Evan: So what are the biggest problems with traditional golf coaching? Cameron: How long have you got? Here’s one of the most serious issues I see. Almost…

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Perfection versus acceptance

The opposite of perfection is acceptance. It’s easy to fall into the trap of wanting to do everything perfectly well. “I must drive the ball straight down the middle” “The ball must find the hole” “My swing needs to be spot on otherwise I won’t play any good” But here’s something for you to consider:…

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The importance of intensity

I’ve made a comeback! I’m now playing soccer (real football) once a week. Played as a kid but haven’t pulled on the boots since I was 16 – and I’m loving it. My only regret is I didn’t start doing this sooner because I’m really enjoying the team aspect and getting outside and running around.…

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The Great Golf Hoax

Is that you need a perfect golf swing to play great golf. But it’s rubbish. The golf swing is only part of the game. If you believe in this hoax you’ll make golf way harder than it needs to be. In fact, and this is totally counter-intuitive, when you stop stressing about your mistakes and…

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