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.
This episode is a home show where I talk about some of the reasons why we need to have a post shot routine. The strategy we cover here is from one of our past guests, Golf Digest Top 50 instructor James Sieckmann. In his book Your Short Game Solution he actually covers a great and incredibly important part of the mental game, the post shot routine.
EPISODE FEATURED GUEST: CRAIG JONES
Craig used to own five different golf tech learning centers. He has taught over 10,000 lessons, and he’s taken his expertise to the online world. Craig is now the creator of Face First Golf, which is a community that was born on Facebook, then brought even further onto the digital side of his own membership program. His programs focus on eliminating the common errors that plague 12+ handicap players.
Want to get your junior golfer to fall in love with the game? Looking for a program that keeps the focus on fun while still getting results? Check out Operation 36 from iGrow Golf!
EPISODE FEATURED GUESTS: RYAN DAILEY AND MATT REAGAN
These two are part of a team in iGrow golf, and are also part of an amazing project called Operation 36. Both Ryan and Matt are PGA professionals and teach and coach in North Carolina. In 2009 they created a revolutionary junior golf coaching program. Operation 36 is a culmination of trial and error with golfers age 3-13, and its main goal is to get juniors to shoot 36 or better for nine holes.
Are you quick to lose your cool on the course or do you tend to get down on yourself after your first bad shot? Learn some practical steps to managing your emotions in this interview with PGA Master Professional & 2015 LPGA National Teacher of the Year, Alison Curdt.
EPISODE FEATURED GUEST: ALISON CURDT
Alison is one of only 11 women who have reached the level of PGA Master Professional. She is also the 2015 LPGA National Teacher of the Year and with her degree in psychology, Alison gives unique insight into the game of golf.
Goal setting can be broken into two components - Long range goals and round specific goals. There are different strategies for each type of goal so let's take a look at how we can get the most out of both!
Last week we looked at the four fundamental principals to making your pre shot routine solid and reliable. This week Will Robins, a PGA instructor based in California shares some excellent ideas on how to actually improve your game by changing how you practice
Last week we covered how you can get more confident when putting and part of that was the pre shot routine. Today we are going to take a deeper dive and look at 4 steps you can take to develop your own solid pre shot routine.
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