What if we stopped trying to fix whatever is going on? What if we just let it be? What if we surrendered and gave up trying to control it?
Tour Striker’s Martin Chuck explains how greats like Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Tiger Woods used a certain move to add power and distance to their game.
Martin Chuck at Tour Striker is one of the best at making the golf swing simple. Here’s a little tip on chipping that he created after watching Scottie Scheffler’s amazing performance at this year’s Masters.
In this week’s instruction video, Shawn Clement of Wisdom in Golf provides an easy breakdown about squaring the clubface and how it will improve your results.
Golfers are like dieters who see themselves as less than ideal, too weak to overcome their cravings, not strong willed enough to maintain a certain way of eating, and failures because they regain weight.
It was more of a compulsion. I felt out of control, in chaos, desperate. I wanted out of my misery. In seeking salvation in golf mechanics, I was like an alcoholic under stress reaching for a drink.
I think a lot of us struggle in this game not because of bad genes or we can’t practice enough. I think what happens is that our patterns of behavior and our belief systems just get in the way.
Golf Performance Coach Tim O’Connor helps us deal with the clutter and jumble of negative thoughts using mindfulness and on-course meditation.
The Rules of Golf allow you up to 14 clubs but you don’t have to use them all. Using less than a full complement of clubs is a terrific way to improve all aspects of your game and have some fun too.