How obsession is affecting your score!
I am an enthusiastic cyclist. I would go as far to say it is my number one passion outside of golf. As competitive as I am, I made the decision for it to remain a hobby, no competitions for me – I know I would end up making compromises with the other responsibilities in my life. Continue reading “ARE YOU OBSESSED?!”
By default everyone who plays sport wishes to be better. Some are content with their current performance and take a lot of enjoyment from the game but often this contentment is attained through a lack of belief in their ability to improve. Continue reading “ROAD MAP OF IMPROVEMENT”
WHAT IS EFFECTIVE PRACTICE?
Today we are going to break down the general perception of practice in the golf world. By busting myths and exploring the intentions of cliches we can create an effective pathway for improvement in your performance. Continue reading “PRACTICE DEFINED”
EQUIPMENT REVIEWS: TITLEIST 915 LAUNCH
Since Titleist tour staff began putting the new 915 range in play around the PGA Championship, the anticipation for one of their most innovative products has reached a crescendo. The dedicated following they have amongst the better players has ensured a constant focus on traditional style and genuine performance gain rather than excessive innovation and gimmickry. Continue reading “TITLEIST 915 REVIEW”
Below we have a standard golf guide aimed at all golfers. Its well designed with plenty of yardage information but it would not be very helpful to a pro. Pro’s place emphasis on the green structures as we can see in the second picture. Continue reading “COURSE MANAGEMENT LIKE A PRO”
By definition parkland, or inland golf courses are everything that links golf isn’t. Soft turf, shallow bunkers, water hazards and receptive greens are the norm world wide. We can see a trend on tour towards thick rough surrounding the slick greens. Continue reading “MASTER THE PARKLAND”
All scottish golfers are considered links experts. The volume and variety of fantastic links courses provide great evidence to the argument. Sometimes we feel a little too much is expected of us on a day of thirty mile an hour gusts though. Continue reading “LINKSLAND PERFECTION”