“Un-Gripping”

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As with any other sport, success in golf tends to follow those who work hard on the fundamentals. Good grip habits top that list. One thing you’ll seldom see in elite-level players is “un-gripping” of the club. Among weekend warriors, however, un-gripping is quite common. In an effort to make a “bigger turn”, the secure […]

Hold your Finish and Choose your Reaction

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We humans are equipped with the most powerful computers on the planet – our brains. This incredible processing power can be both friend and foe. Given our capacity to process information at extremely fast speeds, our emotional response to bad shots begins almost immediately – virtually at the instant the club makes contact with the […]

TrackMan Golf – Case Study – “10 More Yards”

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Recently, I offered a lesson program with a money-back guarantee at Calgary’s Riverside Golf Centre. (I wish I could say it’s an original idea, but I borrowed it from a teacher in the US named Andrew Rice). This is one of the important ways that TrackMan is changing golf instruction: when quantifiable results are available, marketing strategies […]

“Chain-reaction Learning” – The Magic of Golf Teaching

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Building a dependable golf swing is a developmental process. Therefore, any golf improvement plan should be designed in a way that provides a logical framework for continuous progression. This requires the presence of three ingredients: Means to assess golfer performance and identify improvement priorities: the four objectives of the golf swing The success of any […]