Is the path to better golf BORING?

Here at GolfGooRoo global headquarters I’ve been saying that the path to better golf can be far from sexy. This email came through this morning that highlights what I’m on about: Funny thing happened today, just now in my backyard with some almost golf balls. I realized I wasn’t automatic. Here’s what I mean. I’m…

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[Part 2] Going Deeper

The other day I wrote about going deeper with your golf game. Here’s the follow up response from a golfer who is making huge inroads along the improvement process. I now know why I play. I play for the imperfectable nature that is the game of golf. It intrigues me deeply that no matter how…

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Going “deeper” with your golf game

There are no quick-fixes in golf. Sadly, much of the golf industry are hell-bent on instant gratification. But it’s a lie that many of us crazy golfers believe that then leads to a self perpetuating system that causes more harm than good. We tend to be brainwashed into thinking the important stuff is; swing changes hitting…

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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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Trusting your golf swing

Golfers everywhere are looking for the inner belief that they are going to make a good shot. This inner belief is what leads to confidence and ultimately better scores – so it’s worth exploring this concept further. It is a magical feeling when you’re over a shot and you know with every fibre of your…

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Tour player learns to putt more freely

Earlier this week I had the privilege of an all-day coaching session with Matthew Guyatt. Matt plays here in Australia and on the Japanese tour. I hadn’t met Matt before but through a mutual friend I had heard quite a bit about him. I learned that Matt is an excellent ball striker, has a wealth of…

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[Part 4] Golf Mastery and other thoughts…

You can read the previous posts over here Back to the 15th hole and that long putt. I was inspired by Baddeley’s putting performance and the fact I was the guy who had showed him the technique that is now described as “look and shoot”. My philosophy is simple… … look at the hole, get…

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It’s time to sacrifice a little …

Automatic golf simplifies the game. It takes the very complicated and gives you a way of making it easier and more enjoyable. More reliable too. With simplification comes sacrifice. You can’t play the game and still be concerned with your backswing. Does it really matter if you take the club back a little on the…

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