5 ways that visualization can help lower your scores

Here are 5 easy ways that you can harness the power of your mind to shape your behavior and your actions, and most importantly, lower your scores! 1. INCREASING COMMITMENT TO YOUR SHOTS Commitment is one of the most important elements of a golf shot. Unless you’re 100% committed to what you are about to do, there […]

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WHY IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT GOLF SWING MECHANICS

There’s a big problem in the golfing world. Everywhere you look, people are analyzing symptoms. Watch a pro hit a poor shot on the TV, and you will be instantly greeted with a slow-motion breakdown of their golf swing mechanics (which, by the way, is usually jargon-filled garbage based on 80’s information). I’ve seen some pretty […]

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How To Play Your Best Golf Every Time

Want to play your best golf every time you tee it up? Read on! I once shot 8 under par for 9 holes – yeah, that’s right. I’m the nuts. Last Month, Justin Thomas shot a 59 – yeah, he’s the nuts. But both Justin and I would be idiots to think that this is […]

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How Being Honest with Yourself Can Shave 5 Strokes Off Your Game

Ask a room full of golf pros to agree on the longest-held misconception most golfers have, and there’s a good chance you would ultimately hear this: how far they truly hit the ball. Unlike just a few years ago, though, affordable distance-measuring devices now allow many of us pros to back up these age-old claims with […]

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The Statistical Differences Between a Scratch Golfer and PGA Tour Player

You might ask: How would I know the differences between a scratch golfer and a PGA Tour player? Well, it is my full-time job to know these type of things about golf. I have been studying the game from a statistical standpoint for 27 years. I created the Strokes Gained analysis website, ShotByShot.com, and work […]

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3 Essentials to Breaking A Habit

You’re reading this article because you play golf and have spent various periods of time working on a shot or a part of the swing that you want to improve. You remember when somewhere along the road you hit a rough patch where you weren’t playing as well, and your ball flight was unpredictable. It’s […]

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8 Common Sense Tips to Lower Your Scores

When you’re playing golf — especially when you’re working to improve something specific in your game — your head is often jumbled with so many thoughts that you forget to use common sense. You can save critical strokes on the course, however, by thinking logically, and not being bogged down by endless swing thoughts and […]

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Answers To the 6 Hottest Debates in Golf Instruction

Social media outlets such as Twitter provide an entire new channel to absorb a wide range of golf information, and offers a convenient place for teachers and golfers to argue, too. As an active Twitter user, I try to read as much as I can regarding the trends and ideas teachers are touting on social media. […]

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Yes, Watching Golf on TV Can Make You a Better Golfer

As passionate golfers, we want to watch the best professional golfers play in the biggest tournaments on TV. But don’t you get the feeling sometimes that you’ve wasted the entire weekend on the couch watching golf instead of improving your own game? Well, that doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, you can actually […]

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10 Essential Tips for New Golfers

As adults, we tend to shy away from learning new things because it’s difficult, and sometimes embarrassing. But I promise, learning the wonderful game of golf will be worth it. It’s just going to take some work. As a resource for beginning golfers, I put together a list of my top-10 tips to getting started […]

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