Founder and chief curator of the Golf Science Lab. Documenting what's going on in the world of research and beyond that can help you play your best golf on the golf course (when it counts). Join the movement of researched based coaching over trusting beliefs and what worked for one person a few decades ago. Follow on Twitter
We’ve all heard it said (or said it ourselves) “I just need to work on getting more consistent“. On this podcast we have an honest conversation about why this is one of the biggest myths in golf and what understandings you need to shift in your mindset.
We all like to think we’re aimed at the hole when we line up a put but are we? Maybe you’ve purchased a putter with bold alignment aids and hope that’s the cure. But what impacts alignment and how well do golfers actually line up their puts?
The mental game in golf is full of misguided and incorrect “mental game myths”. Today’s guest Dr Bhrett McCabe, shares his experience and best practices from his work with PGA tour players and athletes that perform at the highest level.
Spend the weekend in Birmingham, AL with me as we hang out with golf biomechanics researcher Dr Sasho MacKenzie, top 100 PGA tour golf instructor Mark Blackburn, Sports performance expert Dr Bhrett McCabe and others!
We sit down with the creator of the Strokes Gained concept, Mark Broadie to talk about golf stats myths and how a lot of our common conceptions of golf stats like FIR and GIR aren’t helping us make smart decisions.
There’s a lot of options and variability with grips, and today we sit down with Bob Lamkin of Lamkin golf grips to talk about the technology and development of something we use every time we golf – golf grips.