TRAIN YOUR INSTINCT

BECOME AN ‘INSTINCTIVELY’ BETTER GOLFER

The Oxford Dictionary defines instinct it as “an innate or typically fixed pattern of behaviour” or “a natural or intuitive way of thinking”. Sporting instinct is specific to an athlete and his chosen sport and it is obvious that it can be trained and improved upon through training. Continue reading “TRAIN YOUR INSTINCT”

BIOMECHANICS: HOW DO I DO THAT IN MY SWING?!

WHY I LOVE GOLF

As you are probably aware from some of my articles, I really love golf. Not for reasons that many others do though, such as relaxation, exercise and socialising. I love the fact that it can be a microcosm of life. Continue reading “BIOMECHANICS: HOW DO I DO THAT IN MY SWING?!”

The Solitary Search Starts Again

 

I came across this article earlier today and thought you might enjoy it. It really captures the mood of optimism that greets a new year of golf. It was originally featured in the April edition of Golf Digest in 2013, written by the ever honest Jamie Diaz. Continue reading “The Solitary Search Starts Again”

WHY YOU SHOULD TRAIN WITH OTHERS

Training with others is something you must do on a regular basis as an elite athlete. If you are not elite and only spend a little time practicing then this time alone practicing may be your only chance for peace and quiet in an otherwise busy lifestyle – a chance to immerse yourself in focus and concentration. Continue reading “WHY YOU SHOULD TRAIN WITH OTHERS”