Monthly Archives: May 2011

The value of video

  Many of the golfers I teach have never seen their golf swings on video.  They are often surprised at what they see.  “I didn’t know I was doing that” is a common response. There are three kinds of learners … Continue reading

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#12 Get the most out of your lessons

  Are you giving yourself the best chance to improve when you take golf lessons?  Here are some suggestions to make the best use of those lessons. Improvement is a process.  Look for progress, not perfection. Make sure your instructor … Continue reading

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The importance of hydration

Don’t wait until you are thirsty                              Golf is an endurance event, especially when a tournament spans several days.  What you do before and during your rounds will make a huge difference in your performance. Hydration is one area I … Continue reading

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Demo Days and such

If you have not attended a demo day where several manufacturers show up with all of their club options you have really missed the boat.  Seeing ball flight and talking to a  representative from the company that makes the clubs is … Continue reading

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