When people ask how it is that I can stand out on the practice tee and teach for eight or nine hours without getting bored, frustrated, or exhausted, I give them an answer that comes straight from the heart: teaching is interesting, challenging, and fascinating, and a full day of lessons simply flies by.
Articles: Becoming a Better Player
Each of our golf swings function as a unit, a whole item built around practiced and somewhat grooved feel that requires a minimum of thought. The swing you use when you think the least can be termed your “natural swing’. In almost every case (unless you’ve won a couple of U.S. Opens) the natural swing […]
Getting better at golf is the focus of most of my writing in one fashion or another, and since the cold days of winter make it even harder to do the things necessary to improve I figure that focusing on spending the winter constructively would definitely be a good idea. First, let’s make a quick […]
In my 25 years as a teaching pro I have preached at length to students and to the readers of my columns about the value of limiting goal setting to one in particular