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Step slightly out of your comfort zone for better practice
When was the last time that you were slightly scared or panicky when you practiced golf? For many of you the answer will be never, or maybe very occasionally whilst playing a competition against a golfing rival....
- Posted 75 days ago
The Mental Game: Training vs. Trusting
Do you stand over EVERY shot running down a mental checklist of the 24 basic swing components and their variations? I promise you that tour players don’t, which is why they are able to look and swing...
- Posted 79 days ago
The three personalities you need on the golf course
If you’re here reading this article, you’re not happy with your golf game. There is one or many flaws in your ability to control the golf ball. Well, I’m here, not with a technique tip or a...
- Posted 91 days ago
The Top 10 Short Game Mistakes
Over the years of instructing, I have noticed many things that people tend to do incorrectly within their short games that continues to cost these players shot after shot, day after day! It pains me to see...
- Posted 128 days ago
Swing Thoughts: Freedom, Automaticity and Control
The brain’s role in hitting the little white ball as far as you can into the fairway is crucial. At times a golfer’s mind will race, and other times playing golf will seem effortless. So what really...
- Posted 146 days ago
Painting a better golf game
Painting a better golf game may conjure up images of you hitting a perfect shot. Or it might have you picture yourself standing over the ball, totally focused, prior to putting it in the hole. However, the...
- Posted 167 days ago
Flight Plan: Touch and Go For Take-off Success!
A common problem I work on with clients is helping them break the habit of spending too much time locked over the ball before each swing. An effective remedy I often prescribe comes from my time learning...
- Posted 201 days ago
Improve your Game with a Double Ending
Begin with the end in mind. Stephen Covey, a management guru, wrote in the “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” that one of the traits of highly effective people was to begin with the end in...
- Posted 217 days ago
Staying on Track When Your Game Goes Off Course
Equanimity sounds like an innovative name for a rescue club, but it’s not a new golf technology. It’s an old psychology going back to the Buddha, and is made inside of you as your game veers off...
- Posted 233 days ago
Implicit Overcompensation: Why putting can be so hard
By Domenic Crouch GolfWRX Contributor I am going to start this article with a question: Have you ever left a 10 footer halfway and then hit the remaining 5 footer 5 feet past? If so, you may recall...
- Posted 324 days ago
My battle with bipolar golf
By Matt Stansfield GolfWRX Contributor When we as golfers first hear someone describe their round by saying, “I played a little bipolar golf today,” we generally associate that with the ups and downs we all experience during...
- Posted 450 days ago
The mental game: Goal setting for practice
By Adam Young, GolfWRX Contributor Goal setting for practice When you go to the driving range to practice, how many people do you see just hitting balls with the same club over and over to the same...
- Posted 513 days ago