You are your own worst enemy Golf will beat you up, you don’t need to add to the beating! Sometimes we forget why we play this beautiful game. I frequently see golfers on the course berating themselves for playing a bad a shot. Without realising it, they are actually doing more harm and wrecking any chance... Read more »
. I recently heard a fabulous analogy to describe how we typically train for golf that explains why we find ourselves struggling when playing in competition. 90% of coaching and training is carried out in a controlled environment, such as at a range or putting green. What we haven’t appreciated is that this is setting us to... Read more »
Dan's the Man - Joining MG to sit alongside Anders Mankert in the magazine is Daniel Parkes (main image, left), a two time national award winning Advanced PGA Professional. Daniel is in charge of building a new academy brand at Charnwood Golf Complex near Loughborough in Leicestershire.
Following on from our highly successful golf psychology evening last week at Branston G&CC in Staffs, there was one topic that appears to have resonated with several people. So this week, I've decided to dedicate the blog to course management to show how changing your thought process can have a dramatic effect.
Husband and wife coaching team Mark and Lisa Shervill are bringing their unique brand of performance based teaching to South Staffordshire, teaming up with the club's Director of Golf, Ryder Cup and European Tour star Peter Baker.
Perfect Pitching David Fulcher – Quick tips The short game is a very unstated area of the game, and one which we are all guilty of not practicing enough. Improving your short game can have a greater impact on lowering scores and improving your handicap without even changing your long game technique. Question: Do you... Read more »
Improve your bunker play! Quick Tips – David Fulcher Bunker shots can be a feared area of the short game; the worry of not getting it out of the sand or hitting too far are common responses I hear. Professionals commonly say they would rather be in the bunker than chipping at certain times, why... Read more »
The short game, especially green side chipping can be the difference to playing to your handicap or dropping those few shots which can leave you frustrated and thinking, only if I chipped the ball closer on those two holes I would have played to my handicap.
Andy Gorman. PGA Golf Professional, Former Jamaica National Coach, Specialist Putting Consultant since 2006 Playing golf for over 35 years and PGA qualified coach since 1993. Putting coach to Solheim Cup star and LET tour winner Charley Hull and numerous PGA European Tour stars as well as club pros and recreational golfers.