Have you heard of the block vs random practice debate before? The basic question being if you should practice the same thing over and over again or add some kind of variability (randomness) between each task. In today’s research rundown we look at some info from Dr Mark Guadagnoli, a professor of neuroscience and neurology […]
If you struggle with putting and never can find the practice it’s probably time you get a putting green you can use at home so you can dial in your stroke and speed control.
Three Keys to Improve Your Ball Striking (Week 1) I don’t know about you, but it sure is nice to have golf back on television. We’re three weeks in now, and it finally feels like the start of the golf season. One thing I continually marvel at, and I know many of you do as […]
We sit down with our friends from Golf OTEC to dive into practice and help one Golf Science Lab listener improve their practice sessions.
Today we’re talking about the best ideas to get you tournament ready with better practice routines, habits, and mindsets with Dr Ed Coughlan. We’ll even dive into some actions you need to take during practice rounds to make sure your tournament ready and optimized for your best performance.
We’re going to cover a lot of the myths and misconceptions about golf practice in this roundtable podcast episode with Peter Arnott, Ed Coughlan, and Olly Logan
We talk about the common misconceptions most golfers have around learning and what it actually takes to shoot lower scores.
What would it take for you to shoot even par?
Listen in to learn about some awesome new research in the field of practice and learning conducted by Dr Nicky Lumb. You’ll learn how to maximize your time spent on the range and get some simple practical concepts to improve your practice.
One of the highlights of the 2016 World Scientific Congress of Golf last year was Gene Parente. Gene has a golf testing business (Golf Laboratories) that started in 1990 with a machine that was powered by a garage door spring.