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Over the Top From the Inside, A Simple Swing Thought

Kris McEwen Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

“Pull down on the handle of the club.” “Hold the angle of your wrists.” “You’re swinging over the top.” “Swing from the inside.” I could go on, but you get the point. These are all things we’ve heard, seen, and been taught over the years. We’ve heard it from our local pro, from the resident family or friend golf instructor, …


Has Anyone Seen My Swing? I’ve Lost It.

Eddie Coleman Mental Game Comments

It goes without saying that, while golf is my favorite sport, it is also the source of some of my deepest frustrations. This is true for just about any student of the game. How many times have we seen the frustration manifested in the actions of professionals, our partners, or ourselves? Embed from Getty Images   You nail the perfect …


Here’s Why Every Golfer Needs a Signature Move

Mike Dowd Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

Every semester in my Academy, I like to give all of our young students a homework assignment.  Develop a signature move. What is a signature move? you might ask.  Well, for simplicity’s sake, let’s just say it is something akin to the saber-rattling move Chi Chi Rodriguez used to make after he dropped a particularly significant putt or Tiger Woods’s …


Quick Tips to Sharpen Your Mental Game

Michael F Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

You’re striping your irons and bombing your driver on the range and lagging putts on the practice greens like the pros.  Your sand game is strong and you’re beginning to hit some nice fades and draws on demand.  All this means that you’re usually feeling pretty darn good about your golf game when you leave the practice facility, right?  So why does it all …


Change Your Beliefs and Change Your Game

Sam Adams Golf Instruction, Mental Game Comments

I have learned one thing during the past thirty-five plus years of working with golfers at all levels.  The people that struggle the most and have the hardest time getting better are actually held back by their own beliefs.  The hardest thing to accomplish when working with average golfers is to get them to stop doing something they are trying …