Before I turned pro I had many years battling a hook with my Driver and Irons. I know that sinking feeling as you feel the ball leaving your club face and watch it sailing far off into the trees – it’s painful. Now, as a golf coach, I can hopefully save you a few hours, weeks or months on the practice ground with this guide on how to fix your hook.Continue reading “How to fix your Hook”
Besides practice volume there is one variable that affects your rate of learning more than any other. That variable is feedback. Most golfers and golf coaches think they understand feedback when it comes to learning golf, but I don’t think they do.Continue reading “Learning golf – The key factor to optimise in practice”
You, the golfer, now have access to more golf swing tips than ever before. This is both good and bad news. In this article I want to give you the best ‘golf swing tips’ I can from my 13 years as a golf coach – It is actually a 3-step process for building your golf swing and fault fixing. I also want to help you understand what to avoid with online golf tips.Continue reading “Golf swing tips that will actually work”
A common question golfers ask is – Should I practice on the golf range or the golf course? The swift answer is both, but there are two more interesting questions to answer that can really speed up your golfing development:
Q1: Why are these two environments different in developing your golfing skill?
Q2: How can you make your driving range practice more effective, and how can you make your on-course practice more effective?Continue reading “Golf practice – The range vs the course?”
Let’s start with two questions:
Q1: How effectivly do you think when you practice?
Q2: Have you ever considered that changing the way you think during practice could accelerate your learning?Continue reading “The real reason golfers don’t get better with practice”
Two players are standing in the middle of the 18th fairway next to their tee shots; 175 yards away from the green. Both are excited and nervous in equal measures. It is the final day of qualifying school. They are both tied 16th with the top 15 players getting their cards for the main tour and making it to the big leagues.Continue reading “Golf psychology – The ultimate guide”
That moment when you feel the impact of the golf ball on your driver face, you look up and start to see the ball wildly slice is not a pleasant one. Hitting a slice off the tee is a very destructive shot. In this article we will cover how a slice is caused, and review the best drivers set-up for slicers.Continue reading “Best Driver set-up for slicers”