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Why can’t you breakthrough the scoring plateau you’ve been stuck at year after year? There’s one key shift to make in your practice (based on research) that unlocks your ability to learn skills that show up under pressure.
After hours of practice and years of work why hasn’t your handicap dropped to the level you really want it to? You know you have the ability to pull off the shot but when it matters the most you can’t seem to access that skill you have worked so hard to create.
You work on your swing for hours on the range. Hitting ball after ball and finally it feels like you have it. You head to the course a couple days later and that awesome swing change disappears… Why? That’s what we tackle in today’s episode.
We sit down with Derek Ingram, the head coach of the national amateur and Young Pro Teams for Golf Canada. We talk about the keys to developing elite level players from practice plans, key stats, and swing technique training.
We talk with the founder of Sense Golf Grips, Andrew Chung and discuss the square and rectangle putter grip. Learn why the idea works, some of the engineering behind it, and all the details behind this unique putter grip.
We talk with 2019 World Long Drive Champion, Kyle Berkshire’s longtime golf instructor (for over 10 years), Bernie Najar. In his interview we learn how he got started as a long drive competitor and some of the secrets to his rapid speed gains.
We sit down to hear the keys to Tom’s growth and success along his journey. From junior golfer, playing at Alabama, and onto the PGA Tour we dissect the key factors that have helped him continually level up his play and skill.