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Winning: why coaches and athletes respond differently

Ever set yourself a big goal, achieved it and then wondered what the fuss was all about…almost like there is a type of anticlimax even though you have won? The reason I’m asking is that the responses from coaches and their athletes seem to differ quite a bit when a team wins a championship. The players are on cloud nine …

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3 Lessons from a National Camp

At a recent National camp for Australian amateur golfers at Moonah Links GC the players benefited from the technologies used by the coaches such as having 3D biomechanical analysis of their golf swing with Ryan Lumsden, analysis of their putting strokes with SAM PuttLab, motor pattern screenings with Ramsay McMaster sessions with sports psychologists John Crampton and Noel Blundell and …

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Probability and the Tour

Most talented young players wish to pursue a career in professional golf; and who can blame them with the riches which appear to be there for the taking, especially on the US, Japanese and European Men’s and Women’s Tours. There are some sobering statistics from the Qualifying Schools which were held late last 2009 and early 2010. Below is a …

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