A golfing confession…

The last few years have been good for me. My golf game has continued to improve and I have found a way to play consistently. For the most part I enjoy golf more and I’ve had my fair share of success. But you can’t win all the time… My last few matches for my golf…

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Products are on the way

Just a quick not to those waiting for products. The final back orders were shipped today with a special bonus. Thanks to everyone for their patience 🙂 All other orders will be processed as normal… I’m hoping Shuggy won’t break his leg again anytime soon. Good golfing, Cameron

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3 things to play better golf right away

Dear golfer, Here’s the top three things you can do to start playing better golf straight away. Stop fixing your golf swing: That’s right! Leave it alone and learn to play with what you’ve got. Continually fixing your golf swing leads to golfing misery. You will never find your real potential if you keep searching,…

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A quick note

Sorry for the interruption… I’ve changed the way I’m corresponding with all my clients and blog readers from now on. All future correspondence will be through this blog. If you haven’t already done so could you please place your email address in the sign up form on the right of my blog. I’ve done this…

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A golf lesson worth mentioning

Dear golfer, Dean came in for a lesson on Thursday. He had told me over the phone that he hadn’t been playing long (about 6 months) and was looking for some guidance. I was assuming that Dean would be a beginner and when he told me that he usually scored between 70 and 80, I…

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The Shuggy Training Aid

With the launch of The Shuggy Training Aid only about 24 hours away I thought I would answer a few questions that have been popping up on the blog and in my inbox. Question #1 Is the training aid too high? The Shuggy has been designed with modern drivers in mind. To hit these well…

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Lucky Phil

G’day there, Most of my coaching clients have read my book or blog before coming for a lesson. They generally know what to expect and are prepared for a lesson that may be a little different from the norm. It’s always fun to get someone along who doesn’t know anything about me and who think…

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Tony, where are you?

I received two calls from a Tony on transit to Townsville this Tuesday. I didn’t take the calls but they went through to voice mail. The first call you couldn’t remember your phone number (I do this all of the time, I never call myself so it can be hard to remember) and the second…

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