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Rule of Thirds

Practicing serves one primary purpose: to improve your competitive performance. You need to ensure you are doing whatever you can to be able to transfer your improvement to the course. You must also create balance in your practice plan to ensure you are devoting sufficient time to each area of your game. One way to achieve a balance in your …

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Action: Why don’t I Just Do It?

I had good intentions of writing this blog about a week ago. I had committed to myself to get it done a week ago. So why has it taken until now – one week later – to begin writing? Maybe it was something to do with my motivation; I only made the agreement with myself. Maybe it was something to …

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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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Be Intentional: Really Mean It!

We set goals, make plans to achieve them and then take action…we are out of the starting gate.  Supercharging this effort by having a strong intention of achieving your goals is what separates a lot of wishful thinking from results. Being intentional in your actions breaks through stuck states and apathy, allows us to delay gratification and can even make …

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The Younger I Start the Better I Become, Right?

There is a growing trend for parents and others to encourage young children to specialise in golf at a young age. This is at the expense of other sports and activities. The logic is that the earlier the child begins golf and the more time they spend training at an earlier age, the greater the likelihood that they will become …

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Spiritual Laws of Golf

This post is my summary of a book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra which I have read two or three times already.  The book which contains what at first seems to be ideas which are a bit ‘out there’, but soon make sense when you take the time to think about them.  There are seven “laws” …

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7 Biggest Practice Mistakes & What To Do About Them

Been practicing hard but not showing the benefits of all that practice when you get to competition? This is extremely common and it occurs with players of all levels, from Tour players to high handicappers. Frustrating isn’t it! How would you like to ensure that your efforts in practice are transferred to the golf course, especially in competition? Of course …

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