You can’t be a cynic (Cameron has a troll)

Let’s do some straight talking. You may or may not be a fan of me, www.GolfGooRoo.com or my Automatic Golf theories. And if you’re not a fan or not interested that is fine with me. I promise I won’t hold a grudge. But, if you’re struggling with your game. If you’re frustrated, confused, fed up…

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Better chipping practice

Here’s a simple and easy way to improve your chipping and pitching game. If you’re lucking enough to have your own synthetic golf green it will be super easy, but even if you don’t, you can improvise with this drill for equally great results. Last weekend I was coaching a young kid and wanted him…

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Technical golfer issue

technical golfer

I’ve lost track of the amount of times I’ve heard a technical golfer something like this: I like the idea of Automatic Golf but I’m a technical golfer. I like to think about my golf swing when I play. The vast majority of my clients are professionals (I call them “accountant” types). They just like…

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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 golf pro confused me

After about the 17th excellent shot in a row my client turned to me and said, “You make golf so much easier and simple. I no longer have to think about swinging the club on a 37.5 degree plane”. “What do you mean 37.5 degrees?”, was my instant reply. “Well, my last golf teacher put…

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Thinking too much

  Last night’s Big Bash match offered all of us a lesson on how to combat a pressure situation. The game went down to the last ball and I reckon the bowling team made a huge mistake. Simon Milenko, the bowler for Hobart, was on fire. He almost single handedly got them back into the game. He was…

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“But the golf swing isn’t a natural thing”

This is often the argument presented when I tell others that most modern instruction is too technical and doesn’t work too well*. My response? But learning is instinctive to us all. So despite the fact that nobody is born with a golf club in their hand, we all possess an amazing capacity to learn. Sadly,…

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