It is always the players job to organize his thoughts and prepare to use them on the course. A few days before an event I will spend more time on the course hitting shots (especially ones I am weak at) than on the range hitting balls (not that I don’t hit balls on the range, […]
One of the problems with “old school” instruction (it’s trying to make a comeback: just ask Brandel Chamblee) is that the things it relies on, i.e. the sound of the strike and the ball flight, are subjective when it comes to ascertaining what produced them. Trackman has shown that our conventional ideas about why a […]
It is with a great deal of satisfaction and relief that I can report that two of my friends and students, Dick Mast and Gary Hallberg, have achieved exempt status on the 2012 Champions Tour by virtue of their fine play at the recently completed Senior Q-School. Hallberg finished tied for 2nd at 16 under […]
I’ve been teaching golf for 25 years, and trust me when I say that my work is mainly in the “trenches”, that is on the range with players of staggeringly disparate ability levels. You know what I’m talking about: a high level professional followed by the 30 handicapper. Join the forum discussion on this post
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