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We all want to shoot lower scores but often that brings about it’s own unique set of emotions and challenges. Today we’re talking about this idea of being a SUPERGOLFER or actually shooting 54 over 18 holes.
We’re back with part 2 of our look at the junior golfer and parent relationship. This week we’re talking about what we heard last week during the conversation between an elite junior golfer and parent.
Today we’re talking all about the mindsets (growth and fixed mindset) we can bring to the golf course during learning and performance. Pia and Lynn from Vision54 share what they’ve learned from Carol Dweck author of the book Mindset and help us apply these concepts to golf. Read more
The dynamics between parent and competitive junior golfer is an interesting one. We often hear about what’s going on from afar but today we’re going to the source and sitting down with a parent and junior.
We all face variability when we come to the golf course and want to play our best. Whether it’s changing weather, carrying over stress from your job, or any other change that happens to you when playing with golf. Striving for consistency is a just a myth!
We start a 4 part series with Lynn Marriott and Pia Nilsson of Vision54 talking about how to BE A PLAYER. We kick off with a conversation about the human skills, what they are, what you need to know, and some ideas for you to better understand them. Read more
We’ve seen pressure mats and force plates take off over the last handful of years and become and essential tool for many golfers and golf instructors. Today we’re talking about what they are and hearing from two companies in the industry.