Learn from one of the “forefathers” of golf motor learning research, Dr Tim Lee as we talk about specificity of learning and feedback so you can discover how to improve your learning environment.
The putter… One of the golf clubs in your golf bag that seems to be more than just a piece of metal, it can make or break a round and one putt made or missed has changed careers for countless players.
Today we’re trying to figure out what goes into making a putter, from design to fitting with two incredible designers, Austie Rollinson of Odyssey Golf and David Edel of Edel Golf.
In this episode we talk about the phases of participation every golfer goes through when they get into the game and how to best manage them. It’s critical to understand the different needs of a golfer to set up the best learning environment possible to avoid burn out and get the best results.
Welcome to the first episode of our new Golf Science Lab powered podcast Game Like Training Radio. Hosts Matthew Cooke and Cordie Walker are dedicating an entire show to learning and practice so that you can play your best game on the golf course instead of on the range.