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“This book is one of the finest explanations of the ‘power of the subconscious mind,’ and it not only applies to the game of golf but to virtually every aspect of our lives. The author is speaking of things like “instinctive kinesthetic intelligence,” which, in my opinion, is critical information to incorporate for personal success. (more…)
“Here’s an excellent example of what is needed in golf instruction today: a book based on the deeper principles of how a fluid golf swing is produced. It takes us back to understanding the source of a repeatable golf swing. (more…)
I would like to present some questions for you to ponder for your golf game and your golf life. There are no “right or wrong” answers, just “food for thought.” Are performance and enjoyment mutually exclusive, or mutually inclusive? Does ‘good’ performance bring you joy, or does a joyful and relaxed attitude bring you good … Continue reading Questions for Reflection
Traditional golf instruction seems to be dominated by technical analysis of golf swing mechanics. The development of video, computerization and golf ball flight analysis has influenced this trend. Perhaps also, this approach has become so pervasive and accepted as traditional golf instruction because technical golf swing instruction and analysis of golf swing mechanics speak to, … Continue reading A Focus on Golf Swing Mechanics…or Not!
I recently reread one of my favorite books, The Art and Zen of Learning Golf by PGA Master Professional Michael Hebron. As is often the case, I absorbed much more from the book on this second read. I would highly recommend the book if you are interested in expanding your awareness about the subject of … Continue reading The Art and Zen of Learning….Golf
I recently read a very interesting book, Positive Impact Golf, by Brian Sparks, a golf professional and coach in the U. K. with a little bit of French influence. I would call the book and the author “outstanding” because he has the courage to “stand out” in questioning traditional golf instruction and its focus on … Continue reading Golf Swing Mechanics vs. Freedom of Movement