Tag: self-talk

Set-up Priority? grip, aim, GOLF STANCE, posture

During my years teaching with John Jacobs Golf Schools one of our basic go-to set-up routines was to exercise grip, aim, golf stance, posture prior to every shot. All are important and for a shot to be successful all must

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What would a good shot look like?

Back in the last century I was fortunate to practice Tai Chi with Dr. Wen Zee, who was one of the most renowned masters in the world. So while living in Poland a few years back it pleased me to find

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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

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Putting Self-Talk an Always/All ways Approach

The Always/ All Ways aspect of my training system is geared toward the weekend golfer who doesn’t have much time to practice. Ideally we’ll be able to insert experiences into our daily routines we can transfer to the golf course.

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