By Dean Claggett Director of Golf
How do professional golfers prepare for a tournament and is there any similarity to how casual golfers should prepare for a weekend tee time? The answer is very little, but you knew that. Most pros have a team, a swing coach, a trainer, a psychologist, a nutritionist, business manager and accountants. It’s hard work to be that good and it’s big business.
We all want to improve our game
Part two on the path to improvement
The mental game is the difference between a birdie and a bogey. The simple explanation of the power of the mind can be understood in the following scenarios.
Dr. Bob Rotella
I read his articles all the time. He has worked with some of the top golfers in the world to help them with the mental game. These are his.
Ten Commandments to Better Golf
We can be your team by helping you gather the information and establish a practise routine to develop the golfer you’d like to be.