Practice Progress Sheet Developing exceptional training habits is especially important for young players having the desire and opportunity to reach elite level. Your coach should be familiar with how to develop a practice progress sheet, periodization and recovery periods. This is the roadmap developed by elite Olympic coaches. a rational, systematic approach to training and […]Read More Practice with a Purpose
3 putting drills to improve your score You’ve all read that the quickest way to lower scores, more victories and a lower handicap is to improve your performance on the green. Of course, your Putter (its design, weighting and fitting) is very important. So is your technique and ability to create a positive stroke. But […]Read More 3 putting drills to Improve Your Score
Are you playing the wrong club? Think about your last round (or better still, keep shot details on your next round and check those). What percentage of your shots was played in the 40 to 100 yard zone? How many clubs do you have that cover that zone? Most of you will say two. But, […]Read More Are you playing the wrong club?
About The Profile The profile was developed by Bobby Foster, a management consultant headquartered in Columbia, SC. Bobby is a former teaching professional and golf coach at the University of South Carolina where he coached several All-Americans including four players who played on The PGA Tour. He is a Certified Behavioral Analyst specializing in the […]Read More Find your PGA Golf Mental Profile
Team: (Left to Right Back row first) Sam Mayes (Asst. Coach) John Thomas Estep, Byson Morrell, Ethan Rimmer, Sawyer Spoone (lower row) Eli Hinton, Eli Mayes, Aaron Frazer, Luke Watson, David Brown, Cooper Hayes, Coach Suzanne Strudwick The most impressionable images from my junior playing days are from being back home in England playing team […]Read More PGA Jr. League Golf….Ground Breaking Experience for Your Child
Why do some golfers make smooth, effortless swings that deliver impressive power while other players attack the ball with aggression and speed and yet, however hard they try, always seem to come up short? The simple answer here revolves around certain key mechanics in the golf swing that will help you find genuine speed just […]Read More HIT YOUR POWER POTENTIAL
Optimal up-swing angle is 5%, this means your best advantage is to hit the ball slightly on your up-swing. Picture a salad bowl and the wide base, most amateurs hit on the down swing or the flat part of the swing shape. You need to hit on the up-swing. When you are descending, you are […]Read More Squeeze More Distance Out of your Driver