In golf we spend most of our time talking about technique and very little about SKILL. Adam Young sits down and shares his thoughts on this vital relationship.
We’ve all heard the phrase “perfect practice makes perfect” but what does the research say about learning? That’s what we’re talking about with one of the leaders in the field of golf research, Dr Tim Lee
Today we’re taking a look at what’s going inside the PGA Great Britain & Ireland as far as their coaching and instruction with the head of coaching and sports science, David Colcough.
In this awesome podcast we’re tackling a common learning myth with professor Richard Bailey and having a conversation about a shift in teaching and coaching he’d like to see.
Today we’re talking all about how to increase speed and how to hit the ball farther with two experts in this Kyle Shay and Mike Napoleon of Superspeed Golf.
We all bring mindsets into our learning and practice. Today we’re going to talk about what mindsets and traits or most effective for improving your practice and learning.
Today we answer a few questions from you all around building a practice plan for more effective growth in your golf game. It’s a real conversation about practice and getting better in a world where most golfers struggle to follow through with effective training.
We’re all trying to figure out how to accelerate the improvement process of golf. Today we’re sitting down with two coaches, Corey Lundberg and Matt Wilson who share some of the most important concepts and strategies they’ve found while working with students and writing their new book Better Faster: The Modern Golfer’s Blueprint for Getting More from […]
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.
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.