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Play Like A Champion

The first thing you have to do to play like a champion is to think like one. Your mental state can make or break your round no matter how good your swing is. But how does a champion differ from the average player? First is how they prepare before their round. We don’t have a

Learning the Game or Making a Swing Change

If you are new to the game of golf and just starting or have been playing for years and begin to take lessons improvement take time. Most players think that a few lessons will get them on the way to playing much better. What we must realize is that any change in a motor skill

Should you hit down on irons and up with woods?

We have all heard we have to hit down at the ball with our irons. But when we feel like we are hitting down the result can not be what we want. I see many players hitting fat or thin with this thought  process.    It is true the an iron is moving in a

Know your carry distance to shoot lower

Know your carry distance to lower your scores I see many players practicing on the range and feel that a shot is a success if it goes in the distance of their intended target line. Direction is very important but how about distance. Many players are short of their target even on the range and

When to Focus to Play Your Best

Many players know that they have to focus to get the most out of their game. The problem I see is most players don’t know when to turn it off. We have to remember that the average round of golf for eighteen holes is over four hours. That’s a long to to focus on just

Improve your Tee Shots

I have been teaching for over twenty years and have seen many different swings and many different ways to make the most out of your game. The one thing that I notice is that many players get into a habit when they are on the Teebox. No matter what hole they are on they go

Block vs Random Practice

Block Practice Most players go to the range and buy a hundred balls. They find a stall and dump out the bucket and pull out and club and begin to hit. Then then take another ball over and keep swinging. This is a poor example of block practice. It will also accomplish nothing to improve

Preparing to Play a Round of Golf

Most of us who play golf once a week get to the course about a half hour before our tee time. We check in and get around 10 minuets to warm up maybe hit a few balls on the range. Then quick to the putting green to roll a few putts then off to the