Prepare your game during the winter months with these indoor golf tips from Tom Morton, so that you’re ready to go once Spring comes around. In this video, Tom Morton, the Director of Player Performance at Haggin Oaks, discusses with KCRA, Lisa Gonzales a few different ideas to help your game with a few teaching… Continue reading →
Deserved or not, golf has a public perception of being an exceptionally expensive sport. Golf companies certainly have options that will empty your wallet and make you refinance your house.
Golf is a sport of trials and tribulations. It is equal parts frustration and pleasure. In many ways the sport embodies life. Perhaps that’s what keeps millions of people coming out to play the sport each year.
The game of golf is a winding, challenging ordeal, which ultimately becomes a game of wit and discipline, more than any impressive physical feat of performance.
Golf is a game of confidence and competence. I am not about to tell anyone that a player who lacks physical skills can transform overnight into a winner by changing his thinking…
When you see players on tour, there are definitely many different swing shapes, and while there can be a lot of variety in the shape of golfer’s swings, once a golfer has their swing down it MUST be the same each time.
Contrary to popular belief, many players’ alignment is completely off and with this simple drill, you can finally figure out how to correct that from both around the green and with a full swing.
Quite often, when we hit a great golf shot we usually have a feeling that we are going to hit the ball well. It’s a wonderful feeling of confidence and composure.
With it seeming like there may be another resurgence of the current pandemic in our country causing us to have to spend even more time without many of our favorite activities, now is the time to double down on the ones that you can still enjoy!
Golf very well may be one of the most misunderstood sports out there by those unlucky guys and gals who haven’t fallen in love with it YET. From thinking it isn’t athletic, that it’s only for older people, to thinking that the only fun you can have is when you try and Happy Gilmore it… Continue reading →