An eventful and interesting few days

Dear golfer, What a past couple of days I’ve had! It started on Sunday when my twin brother James (also known as Shug) and I were renovating my new golf studio. We were dismantling a huge room divider and hopefully going to use it for a putting green. I’m lucky because Shug can make just…

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The youngsters got thrashed

One of the best things about club golf is the highly competitive fourball match within the group. Usually, the balls are thrown up prior to play to determine teams. The two balls finishing closest together will result in the owners forming a team. It’s the fairest way to do it. On Saturday I broke with…

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Automatic learning works for all sports

I met an elite runner yesterday. He has ran the 100 metres in a tick over 10 seconds which is not too shabby. I love meeting other sports people and learning from them. They have plenty of stories to share and their experiences are invaluable. We were halfway through our lesson when he stopped, looked…

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Even Nerds Can Play Great Golf

G’day Golfer, I’ve been talking to the Artful Golfer via email. He is a self confessed nerd – a computer guru. It seems this nerd 😉 is a little different. He decided not to get too technical with his golf game – something that separated him from many other technically minded people. He plays golf…

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Quantum Golf

A few days ago I wrote about my favourite golf books. They were, Mind Swings, The Inner Game of Golf and Extraordinary Golf. I forgot to mention another great book. I found it the other day and reread it in a few hours. The book is called Quantum Golf and the author is Kjell Enhager.…

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Some further reading

I got thinking today on what my favourite golf books are. I’ve read hundreds of books on golf, psychology and learning but I rate the following books as my all time best. Mind Swings – by Masters and Burns Extraordinary Golf – Fred Shoemaker The Inner Game of Golf – W. Tim Gallwey If you…

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Sometimes it takes more guts to say nothing

Coaching is more than a hobby for me. It has become a passion, and something that I try to improve on each day. Ever since my first golf lesson I have been fascinated by how we teach each other to play. That golf lesson was a real eye opener. It was the first time I…

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A letter from a reader…

Below is an email I received from a reader of my newsletter. You can read my response below. Thought you might find it interesting. Email subject: Doubts Cameron, Having watched over the past 24 hours, the Buick International and the Qatar Masters, there are doubts that your method is really the answer. Tiger Woods showed…

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