Tip of the Week 206 » Elevate Your Performance

If you want more pars, let’s quiet your mind, so you can optimize your performance. Many players struggle with too many swing thoughts, fear of missing the shot or there peering peers. Instead, try this the next time you are over your shot. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 205 » How to Stay in Golf Posture

As a Titleist Performance Institute Golf Level 3 Performance Coach, I understand the impact that our bodies – our most important piece of equipment – have on our golf swing. For example, if you struggle with staying in your posture, let’s uncover the possible culprits and a solution, so you can stay in to kill it. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 204 » Find a Wall for Sequence

If you want more pars let’s test your grip pressure with a couple of great drills. I see too many players death-gripping the club and that’s going to make it a challenge to release. Instead, you’ll hold on and the ball will go in every direction and not very far. Instead, let’s find the best grip pressure for you. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 203 » Goldilocs and the 3 Balls for Grip Pressure

If you want more pars let’s test your grip pressure with a couple of great drills. I see too many players death-gripping the club and that’s going to make it a challenge to release. Instead, you’ll hold on and the ball will go in every direction and not very far. Instead, let’s find the best grip pressure for you. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 201 » Assess and Get Your Desired Ball Flight

If you want more pars, let’s make sure you are getting your desired ball flight. In the special More Pars Training, I educate you on the importance of knowing what you want…and then what to look for if you are not getting that desired ball flight. So, let’s get to it!

Tip of the Week 200 » Optimize Your Tempo for Distance

If you want more pars, let’s make sure your tempo is optimal. I see too many players with speed in a non-optimal spot. It is either too quick during the backswing, too quick from the top…or both! Instead, I share where the optimal speed should be and how to get your optimal speed there. So, let’s get to it!