Wiley E. Coyote might be one of the most important golf instructors who never swung a golf club. He can teach us all a lot about maintaining positive thinking and focus.
I am playing okay but not where I want to be. I want to break 90 all the time and lower handicap to 15 form 17. Where am I now and how to get there?
Dr. Bob Rotella’s The Golfer’s Mind takes a look at the mental side of golf and how we can improve our mental game to play better on the golf course.
After covering my scorecard with too many double bogeys, I stopped trying and starting playing each shot one at a time. The results were liberating and resulted in a great round.
It is time to think about how I can improve my golf game and start scoring lower on a regular basis. I have a plan.
Is it better to play for score or play for the most consistent swing quality? That depends on the goal os the round or long term golfing goals. We take a look at both and see which is the best.
I have yet to play the famous international golf courses that are treated with the reverence of holy pilgrimages. Yet, the courses I play on a regular basis contain some holes that pop in my mind when I think of a course. There is something special about these golf holes that earned them rent free space in between my ears.
Sometimes your golf game is not working and you need to change gears and strategy. But when is it too late?
Not every golf course has a driving range so what do you do if you can’t hit a bucket of balls before stepping on the 1st tee?
The driving range can be a great way to warm up but do you need to? Let’s take a look at this ritual to the game of golf.
Bad decisions on the golf course can be avoided if we take the time to recognize them before they happen. How do you recognize a bad golfing strategy decision in the making?
We have all been there sitting in your car after a tough round of golf wondering what the hell just happened? Each hole is reviewed and each stroke over handicapped … Continue Reading Did the Golf Course Win or Did You Lose?
Unconscious Putting is Dave Stockton’s book on getting better at putting by focusing on feel and less about putting mechanics.
USGA says you can carry no more than 14 clubs. I raised the bar and played 18 holes with only 3 clubs.
To make a good shot you have to aim the golf ball to your target. There are several techniques but I use the one Jack Nickolas taught for years and years.
From time to time, a tee box won’t be lined up with the hole. Time to test the trust in your aim. Learn about how to overcome this mental challenge.