Bladed it, smiled it, chili dipper, chunk city, worm burner, gopher killer... if any of these describe your short game, then it's time to turn your ears on because this weeks' episode is here to help you get your short game under control!
I know we've got a bunch of league golfers out there with their earbuds on and this episode is one that you'll want to save for sure! Ian asks a pressing question that most people don't want to admit to, but they desperately need a solution to. How do you warm up and get your head in the game if you're running late?
If you're a Patriots fan, congratulations! If you're a Falcons, my condolences. If you're a fan of sport in general, WOW, did we get a game to watch! The Super Bowl did not disappoint and neither did today's GSA Q&A question from Bob in San Francisco. Bob wants to know why he's so inconsistent on his in between distances, and more importantly, how he can fix it.
Today's podcast is the first in our series: GSA Q&A where we take questions from our Golf Strategy Academy members and answer them on the podcast. Today's question is from Josh in Las Vegas about how he can change his habit of spending too much time over the ball.
Happy new year everyone! Hopefully you've had a good holiday and are ready to kick off your season right. Today I wanted to talk about the three most impactful episodes of the podcast and how you can use them to maximize your off-season.
This week's guest is Coach Rebecca Smith of Complete Performance Coaching. Rebecca specializes in athletes that play individual sports like gymnasts, swimmers, tennis players, and you guessed it - GOLFERS!
In this interview Rebecca shares how her introduction to visualization & imagery laid the foundation to how she teaches her students how to perform under pressure.
I came across this article recently and I just had to share it with you. It's from our friend and former guest LPGA National Teacher of the Year, Alison Curdt. Here she discusses how we can short circuit the process that causes our negative thoughts and emotions on the golf course. Or check out my podcast version of the article below!