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Wednesday, July 15, 2020




I am not a big fan of keeping a score when playing golf, unless I am preparing for a tournament, this is because I think it detracts from the joy of being out in the open air enjoying the course and the companionship of your playing partners. (I also really enjoy playing on my own and the solitude and calmness on the course).

In fact, I had a new student come to me quite upset and frustrated because they were disappointed with their score, when they were simply not ready to be worried about scoring, and should just be focused on having fun!

But the Pros keep their score and even the minute stats?

Yes, that is true, but they also play thousands of rounds. If you really need to count something, count the total number of putts per round. The tour average is less than 30 per round, I would be surprised if your putts  are less than 40
per round, that’s 10 shots of potential!

The best way to develop your game is our Mini Golf School.

We spend 2 hours with you fine tuning your swing and short game in our new practice area, and then playing 9 holes with you. We can do the lesson as early as 7.30am or as late as 6.30pm!

Contact us and let's get your game to where you enjoy it more!
 
The chicken and the egg remains the perennial question.
It never seems considered that the chicken might not lay the egg, or that the egg might not hatch.
 
 
 

Which comes first: the improved swing or a set of fitted Irons?
How many of you this year will invest in a game improvement program to
fundamentally change and improve your golf swing?
If that’s a commitment you want to make,

 
 
 
However, whether you’re going to improve your swing or not, we want the egg to hatch.
Golf equipment that fits improves your golf experience immediately.
 

Almost every golfer we custom fit for a set of Irons notes at least one dimension of measurable improvement.
Those with higher handicaps and the less skilled often see two, or even three,
dimensions of measurable improvement, IMMEDIATELY.
What could your improvement be? 
 

 
 
We want you to get more out of your practice. We want you to see the results.
We want you to enjoy practice. The secret is practising with more purpose.
 
 
There is time for ‘block practice’. That’s trying to hit the same shot time after time.
You’ll probably have a technique improvement you’re working on.

Even when you’re engaged in a very specific ‘block practice’, you should approach it with real
focus and concentration on each shot. 
 
 
Before each shot, take a practice swing noting the feeling or movement you’re trying to re-enforce.

Now take your real shot, with your attention being on the process – not the shot result.
Did you feel or note the movement you were trying to make?
 

You’re better off hitting 50 shots carefully with 100% concentration on the improvement you’re trying to make,
than hitting 100 shots with even 80% concentration. Unsure of when to use block or random practice, then
 



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