Golf is a tough game to learn and play well. To become a successful amateur or professional golfer, you will need to develop your mental and physical skills so that the outcome will be a consistent score average that is lower than 80 percent of the golfers you compete against most of the time.
And one of the consistent challenges that you will face as you develop your skills and confidence, is the managing of your emotions along the way to a lower golf score average.
Your emotional state can significantly influence the quality of your golf shots and your golf score, and also influence your future performances depending on how you manage them.
The Little Known Golf Practice Strategy that EVERY Junior and College Golfer Needs to Know to Accelerate Their Improvement in Less Time
How much practice should a junior or college golfer do if they want to become a top ranked amateur, or become a professional tour golfer?
Don’t Fire Your Golf Swing Coach Because You’re Not Improving. Growth in Your Skills is Still Possible After You Hit the Performance Plateau.
Is it possible to keep improving at golf, even after you’ve been stuck on a performance plateau for what seems like an eternity?"
"To only post your good golf scores in amateur competition is a form of delusional behavior, and it says a lot about the way you think about the game of golf, and your lack of confidence in your playing and competing ability."
On January 5th 2015 we flew to Jakarta to present a detailed proposal to the Indonesian Golf Association board outlining a 10 year player development pathway for their National Program.
At that stage only one male golfer was ranked below 1000 in the world, (historically amateur golfers from Indonesia who did have a world ranking inside the top 1000, were living and competing in the USA.). One of the goals of our program was to develop a golfer from Indonesia (what we called 'home grown') to make it into the top 100 in the world within 5 years
The reality of playing golf on tour is that you are always searching for a competitive edge over the golf course you're playing and ultimately your opponents. This doesn't really make it that different from any other stick and ball sport, where a score is involved, except for one important qualification; On the pro golf tour you have to shoot consistently low golf scores just to make cuts in tournaments before you can make any money.
Have You Ever Had Someone Say to You That You Should Make a Change to Your Golf Swing Technique?
Have you been playing poorly for an extended period of time? Are you at your wits end with your sub-standard performances on the golf course?
Logically you may be thinking that if you change the way you swing the golf club it will improve your performances leading to lower golf scores and a happy and fulfilled golfing life.
As Asian Tour Qualifying School 2018 Approaches, We Look At The Stark Reality Of What You Need To Shoot To Get a Tour Card.
Think about this; at the 2017 Asian Qualifying School over 550 players entered, with just 36 getting a card. Thats only 7%!
Why Don't You Break 70? Our 70 Percent Golfer Model Will Show You How To Break Par In Golf Tournaments.
In our opinion if you’re not training your golf skills to learn how to break 70 and perform under pressure, then the real question is what are you training them for?