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 →
Golf Magazine recently offered tips on the five mistakes most high handicappers make during short putts…
In the past couple of decades, advances in technology, materials, and design have heavily impacted the game of golf. These changes are readily apparent in every golf club and golf ball on shelves these days.
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.
In the world of golf, there are a lot of myths that we hear from our peers, parents, and online resources that, whether or not you realize it, may be affecting your golf game.
“Learn to play golf!”, “It’ll be relaxing!”, “It’s not hard, it just takes practice!”, “Your feet are too far apart”, “Your feet are too close”, One day someone convinces you to play golf, and then everyone left and right starts providing unsolicited advice and “easy fixes”.
When it comes to bettering your golf game, learning as effectively as possible is important to make progress quickly. And when it comes to learning WELL, here are 3 tips to increase your learning!
Your brain is changing all the time. This means you are changing also. When you take in new information the brain changes by making new brain cell connections.
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…