Golf is not just about the ability to hit a golf ball. Visualization- Club Selection- Imagination- Shot Selection are a great part of the puzzle of better golf and lower scores
Caddies can play an integral part in a golfer's success. Listen into this video as one of my player's caddies gives him a little recipe for swing success before each shot.
Golf is a target game. Watch this brilliant example of Jack Nicklaus paying total attention to what is ahead of him and not how he is going to execute the swing.
In this video I show the 8th hole Par 3 at my course & provide a little trick you need to watch out for as far as course design- especially if you are playing somewhere, you aren't familiar with.
When caddying for one of my pros in an event he asked for my advice on an approach shot. He was slightly taken aback when I pulled three clubs up from his bag and told him to choose one- Watch and learn why
How many shots would you save by being able to learn from a PGA Tour pro? Find out in this up-close practice round with Brendon Todd at The Travelers Championship
We all want to play the "wizard" shot around the greens. Alas we can't all be Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods or Seve Ballesteros. Learn what you are most capable of in certain shot predicaments and stay true to your abilities.
Getting the round off to a good start is important for any golfer. It sets the mind and body on the journey the rest of the day. Listen to how important it was to two of golf's greatest.
Our instincts are really strong IF we allow them to shine through. I guarantee most of you will have done something similar to what I show in this video and then gone out onto the course and tried too hard and failed with the putter.
How many strokes per round does the average golfer waste due to poor decisions? If I told you a 20 handicap player could be a 15 handicap player within a month only by making better decisions would you believe me?