Pre-shot Routine: Travel “Light and Fast” Author John Updike once said: “The golf swing is like a suitcase into which we are trying to pack… Read More »Weekly Golf Tip – Travel Light and Fast
TrackMan Golf Case Study – February 8, 2013 – “Reducing Spin Loft” Subject: RH Male, early 50’s, in very good shape and physically strong. Career… Read More »TrackMan Golf Case Study – “Reducing Spin Loft”
TrackMan Golf Case Study – January 2013: “Swinging more slowly usually isn’t the answer” Subject: RH male, early-50’s, fit, in good health with no physical… Read More »TrackMan Case Study – “Swinging Slower Usually Isn’t The Answer”
It’s no secret that the Alberta economy is fuelled predominately by our abundance of oil. But tourism is also an important piece of our economic puzzle;… Read More »Growing the Game – Barking up the Wrong Tree?
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… Read More »TrackMan Golf – Case Study – “10 More Yards”
I dabble on various social media sites, but if I had to choose just one for business purposes – it would be Twitter. Feel free to disagree with my sentiments given… Read More »Twitter – The Floating Sushi of Social Media
Improving your golf game can be hard work – it pays to maximize the returns on the efforts you invest. With that in mind, here are three “blue chip”… Read More »Golf – “Blue Chip” Improvement Strategies
Here in Calgary, Alberta, our golf season runs from May through September – if all the stars and planets happen to line up. On occasion,… Read More »Golf Improvement – Time to Think “Inside” the Box
So you say you want to start your own business. Join the club – who hasn’t thought about it? Imagine the freedom, the control, the… Read More »So you want to start your own business…
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… Read More »“Chain-reaction Learning” – The Magic of Golf Teaching
I came across an interesting article the other day, written by Dr. Jim Suttie. Dr. Suttie is a highly respected golf teacher with many years of… Read More »“Grooved Swing” or Conscious Competence?