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New Book: Breath Golf Improve Your Entire Game

We’re golfers! We play golf, we make mistakes, we ask questions like: What did I do wrong? Did you see where it went? Why didn’t the putt break left? Golfers think about their swing, are trained and coached, watch hours of videos on the internet (ugh), and anguish over our quest for perfection disguised as […]


Can Tempo Training Improve Your Golf Shot Accuracy

I recently studied a research paper with the subject of improving golf shot accuracy through tempo and rhythm training. Seems like it makes sense as those of you who have studied with me have incorporated rhythmic tempo for putting distance control (triplets). The study is titled “Improved Motor-Timing: Effects of Synchronized Metro-Nome Training on Golf […]


Center of Mass Golf Club Toss

Physics, mechanics, etc…can play havoc with our golf game if we think about it while we play, but it happens behind the scenes during every shot. Lately I’ve been seeing golfers actively raise the handle of the club at impact. Another example of the handle raise is Foresight club data when the club face displays […]


Putter Grip and Face Rotation Experiment

October 2015 I studied the putter face aiming data of 43 golfers, and plotted the aim point of each on a target board. The putts were all ten feet long with an accuracy goal of one degree; 2.09 inches from center. One of the biggest miss factors in putting, other than an aim bias, is […]


I Think I’ll Make This Putt

When we practice our game we grasp at every straw we can to improve: watch videos, beat balls for hours, putt balls arranged in a circle, go to the gym, listen to any tip from anyone, but the one thing that matters most we rarely try to improve; the brain. Our brain is the single […]


anxiety and DUCK, DUCK, GOOSE

Duck, duck, goose is a game, a pretty simple game (if you’re a kid and more mobile than most golfers). It doesn’t appear to create severe anxiety or many negative emotions, in fact, it looks like fun. Fun will make us happy, grateful, and just plain in love with our game. Duck, duck, goose has […]


APN1

I just learned of the passing of Arnold Palmer. This is a long story, but I’ll cut it short. We both grew up in Western Pennsylvania, and he is the absolute sole reason I’m where I am today. In 1985 I played golf fairly well (lie), but my real job was being an instructor in the best […]