RESEARCH: Quiet Eye’s Direct Correlation to Better Putting
The way you use your eyes before, during, and after your putting stroke has a big impact on the results. Expert putters have an increase in what the research calls “quiet eye”. We have all the details and training plan so you can start utilizing this critical tactic.
RESEARCH: Do your expectations impact your results?
In this installment of the GSL podcast, we’re going to take a deep dive into research as it pertains to golf and human behavior. As you know, we’re firm believers in data, backed by science. Our goal is to deliver it to you in a way that helps you better understand the game of golf […]
New research shows best way to practice on the driving range w/ Dr Nicky Lumb
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.
How A Better Pre-Shot Routine Can Lower Your Scores (and win you more money)
Looking for some cold hard facts and data to prove that a better pre-shot routine can lower your scores and if you play for money… help you win more?!? That’s what we have today with Dr Matt Bridge.
Visualization Hurting Golf Performance?
Recent studies have shown that visualizing right before we perform actually hurts performance. The studies found the most useful place to use visualization was away from completion.