One Good Nine, One Bad Nine. Are you an Introvert or an Extrovert?
Photo by Tengyart on Unsplash We have all had opposing results from one 9 holes to the next. After the round, we are left wondering why? If only I played like that for both nines. Why does this happen? Do we miraculously find or lose our swing? This is a common belief, but if we…
10 Amazing Ideas for a Golfers Christmas Present
Photo by Seb Mooze on Unsplash Stuck for ideas for what to buy a golfer this Christmas? Don’t fall into the trap of buying toilet golf or a sleeve of unusable golf balls that look like Christmas puddings (yes I have received these gifts) Here is your definitive guide to presents for the golfer they…
Should You Have a Wide or Narrow Focus?
Your personality dictates if you should have a wide or narrow focus. At Mental Golf Type you can take a free test and we can determine which focus is best for you. You can take the level 1 core concepts online course or contact me for one on one sessions, but what is a wide…
Mental Golf Type Deal
Mental Golf Type™ is a golfer profiling system that identifies your unique mental hard-wiring. It provides the first ever blueprint to understanding the 16 different types of golfers, and reveals each player’s specific approaches to the mental game and how they achieve peak performance on the golf course. Mental Golf Type™ combines the universal necessities…
I’ve recently qualified as a Mental Golf Type Coach. (Have a read of my last blog post to find out more about Mental Golf Type). By taking the free test from Mental Golf Type you will be one step closer to knowing what attitude is best for you on the golf course. For online line…
Your Mental Golf Type. How Should you Behave on the Golf Course?
Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash Aim small miss small? This was the advice I received from Bob Rotella in his classic book Golf is Not a Game of Perfect. I also heard it from tons of Pros and from many magazines. So I picked small targets, tried to hole chip shots and found it…
Six Degrees. The magic number when chipping and the benefit of feedback.
In this day and age of technology knowing you numbers has become a vital aspect of the game. I recently purchased a blast golf sensor for £150 because it would give me feedback on swing tempo and angle of attack. Two metrics that are a vital components that top players manage very well and I…
Practice Your Focus to Play with Focus!
“I never hit a shot, not even in practice without having a very sharp, in-focus picture of it in my head.” Jack Nicklaus Our ability to visualize and see shots is a way of telling the brain what movement the body should make. Jack was crystal clear before every shot. Can you say the same…
Finish in Balance
Always be proud of your finish. At least try and finish in balance. Try having that as you 1 thought for an entire round or range session. Let me know how you got on.
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