Performance Driven Coaching

If you are serious about  your game you should be serious about who you employ to enable you to reach your goals. It is my job as a coach to analyze your current game and advise you in a way that will lead you to your golfing goals.  The problem in the industry today  is that modern day coaching accepts little accountability for the player’s progress.
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Where Is Your Game? If you have tried “almost everything” and are still asking yourself these questions: • How do I get more distance on my drives? • How do I get rid of this slice? • Why is my ball flight inconsistent? • Why does my back hurt halfway through the round? The Answers [...]

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Nutrition is one of the most underrated aspects of golf performance.  Without proper nutrition we cannot play our best and will never reach our true potential.  In order to drive this point home I have included a  great article about nutrition from Dr. John M Berardi, CSCS and Phil Caravaggio,  from www.precisionnutrition.com.  It gives us 3 [...]

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Your drive ended up in the ROUGH…

Before you decide how you want to play an approach to a green from the rough, you first have to decide how severe the lie is.  Before you make your club selection, you need to understand how the ball will react when it leaves the clubface based on the lie. Here are a few tips on playing [...]

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How many people hitting balls at your driving range have clubs on the ground to assist their alignment as they practice? Le me tell you, its a very small pecentage.  On the flipside, If you were to look at the driving range at a PGA Tour event, it would be a different story. Even the [...]

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Stop hitting your irons FAT

Let’s get right to the point-The good player hits the ground in front of the ball, the bad player hit the ground behind the ball. I see it time and time again from golfers who are struggling with their irons…they try to help the ball in the air by scooping or flipping at the ball [...]

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Ball above your feet in bunker…now what?

Sometimes in bunkers with a lot of sand, the ball will hang up on a slope and leave the ball above your feet. Having the ball above your feet is a shot that very few golfers practice, so when faced with the situation on the course, they have a hard time figuring out how to pull the [...]

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How many times have you stepped up to the tee, tried to make a big turn to hit a long drive and the ball went nowhere? The reason this happened was you swung outside your physical capabilities and your body was forced to make compenstaions to hit the ball.  This actually slows the club down, [...]

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The one place that golfers can improve thier scoring immediately is learning to chip the ball properly.  Time and time again, I hear golfers who are improving their full swing and hitting the ball better but their scores are not going down.   Learn to become a great chipper of the ball, and you will take 5 shots [...]

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Playing through fear

How many times before teeing off or during a round have you had that sick feeling in your stomach? You know the one i’m talking about.   Maybe it’s before teeing off for an important round or a putt to win a 2 dollar nassau between you an your buddies…your palms are sweaty, your heart is racing and you hands are [...]

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If you watch any PGA Tour event on television these days, you will notice that there are as many unique swings out there as there are players.  Take a look at Jim Furyk’s looping motion and you will realize that a picture perfect swing is not necessary to play great golf.  So what do these players with “unusual” swings have in common that [...]

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