Course management is one part of golf that is often overlooked. Yet it plays a critical role in lowering your scores and consistently maximising your golfing potential.
In this article we will cover five key steps to improve your course management; and lower your scores. Course management is the decision making process you go through before you hit every golf shot. At an elite level it encompasses how a professional will approach a four-day event, all the way down to the decisions they make before hitting every golf shot. In layman’s terms course management is working out how the hell you’ll get that little white ball round the golf course in the fewest amount of shots. Continue reading “5 critical steps to better course management & lower scores”
In the age of modern golf apps is there still a place for a golf journal? There is something nostalgic and classy about a golf journal, but is a golf journal going to help you lower your scores? Continue reading “The Ultimate Golf Journal To Lower Your Scores”
What is the key to optimising your golfing performance under pressure? I wish I could tell you that there is a magic button. Instead there are 1,000 little variables, all of which can make a difference. Your aim as a golfer is to shift as many of these variables in the direction of a great outcome. A pre-shot routine is a key aspect in ensuring you squeeze the most out of your golfing potential every time you set onto the golf course.
A great pre-shot routine is a house where you can store many of these key switches that affect your shot execution. A great pre-shot routine is a safety blanket to hang onto when you’re ‘crapping it’ under pressure. Building a great pre-shot routine is a great investment. How much time have you invested into yours? Continue reading “Optimise your pre-shot routine: 4 steps and free download”
If you’ve ever had those golf fitness questions you’ve never found the answer to hopefully I can help. Such as, how can I reduce my chances of suffering a back injury? Or how should I condition myself to play golf? Continue reading “Golf Insider Question Time: Golf Fitness & Conditioning”
Should I think about my golf swing?
If I told you that just by not thinking about your golf swing when you practice and play you could improve your: practice performance, rate of learning, performance under pressure and force production you would think I’m selling some sort of witchcraft. But you would be wrong.
Over 20 years worth of research and 100+ publications have proven this phenomenon. What we pay attention to whilst swinging a golf club significantly affects all of the above. First of all let us clarify exactly what we are talking about.
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Too often golf can seem complex, and at times impossible. However, the basis of success really is quite simple. Get the ball in the hole in par or better. Do this 18 times in a row and you’re classed as a serious player.
Admittedly, it is easy to get lost on this quest. You may dive into a rabbit hole of perfecting your swing, or constantly worrying about that part of your game that just seems to keep failing you when it matters. One piece of advice – do the basics right.
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