It's 10 years since I first started writing about golf learning in earnest. In that time I've closed in on a million words of content (plus hundreds of videos and hours of audio) and I'm still going strong. To mark this milestone I've put together some reports that highlight my best and most important discoveries.

You can find the links to this content above and to the bottom right. I'll be releasing the content in a sequential order - so if a link isn't clickable it will be soon. I'llĀ email you when the new articles become available. If you're not on my list please sign up here.

Thanks for all of your support over the last 10 years and I hope you enjoy the upcoming content.

The first report is called, Play Your Best Golf and it is ready to go now.

You can leave your thoughts and questions below.

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5 Comments

  • Ray

    Reply Reply July 26, 2014

    Thank you for the report, it is wise advice and I look forward to the next report.

    • Des Heffernan

      Reply Reply July 28, 2014

      Hi Cameron.Trust you are well mate.Great and simple article that you are aware I have been working on for sometime.

      Getting out of your own way is not that easy to change because our ego and emotions can take control. You have to work on it constantly.However, I have found that just by being aware when this happens is a great start to permanent change. Also,I have had great success by concentrating on playing in the future and being positive about the possibilities that might come.It has rejuvinated my love for the game and I’m playing consistant golf again.That is by recognition, I’m not allowing the past habits to interfere and I find that it is fairly easy to stay present and in control. The interesting thing is that by changing my attitude not only is my handicap reducing by I’m not as tired after a round.No more waisted emotional energy for me!!
      Des Heffernan (AGTF Master Coach)

  • Alan

    Reply Reply July 28, 2014

    Totally agree with your analysis. I am a 73 year old who has been on single figures since taking up golf at age 50.
    In the past three Months my golf has turned sour. I am still in good physical condition, but since my game changed
    for the worse. I have been over technical in trying to rectify things, suffering from radical pull draws. I used to have a
    very slight fade but hit mainly straight I have got so obsessed with fixing the problem it has got worse, mainly by
    paralysis by analysis. Your ten points on golf, the swing practice and playing., are salient and plain common sense.

  • Allan Kenny

    Reply Reply July 29, 2014

    hi cam I am 74 years old and been playing for a long time but since getting to play your way I find it easier and I have no knee problems since sliding instead of twisting. after reading your latest backyard advise I took my 7 iron and started swinging I noticed my right wrist turning outwards I also noticed that I had to look at a piece of grass to look at so I got a plastic golf ball and noticed I was looking harder at the ball and as a result hitting the ball straighter. Thanks Allan

  • Col A K Majumdar

    Reply Reply July 30, 2014

    Thank you for your love, dedications and service to golfers. Please continue to have patience with us, while we learn how to accept your gifts with gratitude and grace.

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