Insights From “The Shark”
Greg Norman: All I Know About Winning In Golf, Business, and Life The trek to Greg Norman’s getaway in northwest Colorado is a roundabout one. The retreat is tucked away in a remote, evergreen-covered corner of this rugged state, an area so isolated that GPS is little help. An unmarked dirt road runs from the […]
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Rules Of Success
The 6 Rules Of Success… 1. Always Trust Yourself 2. Break The Rules 3. Don’t Be Afraid To Fail 4. Don’t Listen To The Nay Sayers 5. Work Your Butt Off 6. Give Something Back
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Rickie Fowler Takes Golf To New Heights
Some guys just get to have all of the fun! Enjoy this quick video of Rickie Fowler taking to the skies.
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Robin Williams Explains Golf
The late Robin Williams left us with the best explanation of the game of golf and it’s origins. There will NEVER be a better explanation on the origins of golf than this! RIP
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Are Golfers Getting Confused?
I have dedicated a career to helping golfers improve, and enjoy the sport that I love. I get the greatest pleasure from watching my students improve, and have a smile from ear to ear when they have it a shot they never thought possible, or posted a new low round. My concern isn’t for my […]
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5 Mental Mistakes You Should Never Make On The Golf Course
We came across these great tips, and just had to share them. All golfers have fallen victim to these pitfalls at one point in time. It’s recognizing them and avoiding these mistakes that will help make you a great player. Written by David MacKenzie Most golfers lose way too many shots to poor mental […]
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Inside The Golfer’s Mind
BY DR. BOB ROTELLA PHOTO BY J.D. CUBAN December 2004 Golf is a game of confidence and competence. I am not about to tell anyone that a player who lacks physical skills can transform overnight into a winner by changing his thinking. If you trust a bad swing, it’s still going to produce bad shots. (Though […]
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Dealing With Undulating Greens
It was discovered centuries ago that the world was not flat. Golf course architects have kept that in mind when building some of todays modern greens. Very ofter you’ll be faced with a green with multiple levels, and putting from one to the other can pose quite a dilemma for many players. We found this […]
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How Much Is Too Much?
Fitness and exercising are all the rage in the pro golf circuits. Many of today’s tour players look more like body builders than “typical” golfers. But are they overdoing the workouts and causing themselves injuries that they could otherwise avoid? A recent article from The Wall Street Journal discusses this topic wonderfully. Are Golf […]
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Rory McIlroy’s Fitness Secrets
How Rory McIlroy Became the World’s Best Golfer When the 25-year-old golfer changed his fitness, it changed his dominance on the golf course BY BILL STIEG, AUGUST 11, 2014 PHOTOGRAPH BY CORBIS IMAGES The path to the title “best golfer in the world” took Rory McIlroy from the tee box to the gym and back […]
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10 Rules For How To Win Your Major
For my entire professional career, and years before then, I have followed the writings and work of Dr. Bob Rotella. His approach to the mental game of golf is simplistic and highly effective at getting you to play your best. With the recent completion of the PGA Championship, we found it only fitting to give […]
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Let’s Get Back To Basics
Golfers everywhere are always looking for it. “The secret!” That one thing that will cure all of their woes and make them the next Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, or for older generations, Jack Nicklaus. But what is that secret? If it’s been found, learned and taught, why aren’t there numerous articles and books about the […]
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Many have heard “Don’t ever give up”, “Keep on fighting”, or “Stay positive.” That is much easier said than done…especially in golf. But for anyone that was watching the US Open today were able to see the results of keeping a positive attitude. Ken Duke hit a tee shot on the wrong side of a […]
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Choosing The Right Golf Instructor
It has occurred to me that many golfers, when they are seeking instruction from a PGA Professional, typically seek out a professional based on convenience. What do I mean by this? Generally speaking, you’ll seek advice from the PGA Pro that is at the golf course nearest your home or work, making your commute the […]
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More Sports = Better Development
By Mike Hansen Do you have dreams of watching your child win a major? It’s never too early to dream or to start him or her on their journey, but be careful of how you go about doing it. Often times we see parents taking their child to the driving range hitting ball after […]
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The Six Biggest Myths in Golf Fitness
by Nick Buchan | March 31, 2014 As a golf fitness professional, I spend most of my waking hours writing programs and protocols to help golfers perform better. The moment when a golfer starts to move and feel better, swing better, or post lower scores as a result of one of my […]
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Your Clubhead Speed (fantasy vs. reality)
A time-honored tradition in golf is to make driving-distance claims well beyond your capability. Sure, there was that time last June that you hit a sprinkler head on a downwind, downhill hole and your ball ended up inside the 100-yard marker on that 350-yard par 4. But let’s be honest, most golfers aren’t carrying the […]
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Spring Cleaning For Your Game
Much of the country has had a very long and cold winter. For those in the northern states, it has seemed to be an endless battering of snow and ice that is never going to leave. Well, eventually it must, and with that thaw the golf courses will be opening and you’ll have the chance […]
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Strategy, Strategy, Strategy
In lieu of the upcoming President’s Cup event this week, I feel it necessary to discuss the best way to play a match play event. Never is it more important to have a great “strategy” about your round, than when you are playing a match play event. Most recreational golfers seldom play this format, and […]
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Preparing For The Off Season
It’s a bit dreary to think about but for many golfers, the golf season is starting to draw to an end. No I’m not expecting to put the clubs away just yet, but I am starting to put together my plan of action for the off season. Yes, that’s right I have a plan for […]
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