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  • My Journey To the PG...

    At only 17 years old Beau Hossler qualified for his second consecutive US Open where he actually held the lead midway through the second round later to finish 29th.   He had an amazing amateur career playing in the Walker Cup and Junior Ryder Cup and had a Scholarship at the University of Texas pla …

  • Train Your Golf Brai...

    In episode was #24 we are talking to PGA Professional and Performance Coach Karl Morris discussing the importance of the “mind” in golf. It is now beyond a shadow of a doubt that to be the best you can be, involves a combination of training both Mind and Body. Karl is the creator of The …

  • How to change your g...

    As coaches we are always asking, “How can we change golf swings quickly?” If you are someone who has struggled doing swing changes in the past then you need to keep reading. Often people struggle to make swing changes because they don’t commit to the change enough.  The basic reason for this …

  • 3 Tips For Dealing W...

    Some of the best golfers in the world get nervous – they’re just better at dealing with it. It takes practice and experience to improve your performance under pressure, but there’s some tools that can help you deal with nerves better now.  Try these 3 simple steps to help you comb …

  • Dealing With Anger O...

    With coaching a technique so readily available now a days, most golfers have something that they think about when it comes to improving their swing mechanics. It may be working on a better backswing move or it may be training a better hold or down swing but the majority will certainly have “swing …

  • STAYING IN THE PRESE...

    Staying in the present is something we hear all the time from commentators when watching the best players in the world on TV! We’re told that if we stay in the present we have our best chances of playing at our best when we are on the golf course and under pressure and it is the secret to the mind …

  • MAKE PRACTICE HARDER...

    How often do you hear people say, “I can’t believe how badly I played when I practiced so well the other day” or “Yesterday I played 9 holes under my handicap, but today in the comp I didn’t get within 10 of it” It’s obviously more difficult when you’re in a competitive situation but …

  • Nothing travels stra...

    The driver is most people’s nemesis when it comes to straight hitting and the most common shot being the slice. In the golf world we here a number of tips to help us make a better swing in order to hit that ball down the middle of the fairway. As a golf coach in the trenches every day, I get to se …