The holiday season can be a difficult time if you have a golfer on your shopping list. We are notoriously hard to buy for and it seems like everything is “custom fitted” to the player. Adding to that, golf can be an incredibly expensive game, so the gift you might want to give may not be in your price range. To help you out with this daunting endeavor I’ve created a list of the best golf gifts on the market this year broken down into four price points: Big Bucks ($400+), Silver Dollars ($100-$199), Pretty Pennies ($50-$99), Wooden Nickels (under $50). So let me take all the stress out of shopping this year and make sure that your gift is a hole-in-one with the official Golf Strategy School Best Golf Gifts of 2017.
I was playing golf with my father in law the other day and he was really dialed in to the pace of his putts, but he kept on missing them left and right. He finally confessed that he’s never really had a good way of reading greens or the finer details in his putts. This prompted me to share the strategy that I use with my daughter who’s eight years old.
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.
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!
EPISODE FEATURED GUEST: DEBBIE O’CONNELL
Debbie is back to share some details about an awesome event that she is teaching at in conjunction with Tony Robbins Unleash the Power Within seminar, as well as an easy addition to your pre shot routine that will help you hit your target more consistently.
After talking to a bunch of listeners this winter one of the biggest concerns I heard was "I don't have enough time to (blank)". The blank was filled with a myriad of things from practice, play, or what we'll cover today - getting in a little bit of a workout!Continue Reading
If you’ve been following this site for any period of time you know that I don’t advise people to “rake & fire” on the driving range. This just isn’t an effective way to practice because you rarely hit the same club 25 times in a row from a perfect lie on the golf course.
The reason I wanted to talk about building rhythm in your golf swing is the fact that rhythm should be the only thing in your head as you're getting ready to make your shot. There are some fairly obvious pros to having a good rhythm like:
There's no getting around that golf is an expensive sport. But if you know how to shop right you can save money on the clubs so you can spend more time on the course. Let's look at one way that you can beat the big box stores prices while shopping online.
Now it should go without saying that if you are buying clubs you need to be fitted first. However, if you have already done that legwork and know which club you would like to buy you can get some extra savings by following these few steps.Continue Reading
Do you have a hard time making the important putts or do you tend to psyche yourself out before you even address the ball? Try some of these practice drills and exercises to help you make your flat stick one of the strongest parts of your game.
For this week's episode I'm sharing with you the best strategies I've learned to help increase your confidence and ability to perform under pressure. This really comes from the fact that I've seen these few drills/exercises make HUGE strides for my students. It's something that I do myself all the time so I can sometimes forget how big of an impact this has on my game, but seeing the success my students have had by adapting these tips has definitely reinforced it's importance.Continue Reading