In the Golf Zone

A great visualization technique and green reading tip is to “see the line” before you put. By this I mean try to mentally trace the line that the ball will roll...

Many Professional golfers have a tilt in their spine at the address of a tee shot. Tilting can be hard to remember or have inconsistencies within a routine. One simple way...

One way to create an impact on your golf game and self-esteem is through positive self-talk. No, this doesn’t entail you being over joyed and giggly when out on the golf...

The one question I ask myself after every putt is not “did it go in?” but rather, “did it roll line over line?” By that I mean, did the ball have...

Sometimes the golf bag can get cluttered with items that you don’t use every time you play; making it unnecessarily heavy. I’ll never for get the time that I played in...

I’d like to draw attention to a subject that can apply to life on and off the golf course. It is connected to the principle of visualization (the more you see...

Target and trajectory are the two keys to hitting successful short game shots. Pitching, (much like chipping just hit with higher loft) is used when we want to fly the ball...

One of the most difficult parts of golf is taking the round “one shot at a time” while simultaneously playing for position on the next shot. Keeping a hole by hole...

Alignment (aim) is one of the biggest problems people struggle with in the game of golf. Even the best in the world will occasionally tell a reporter on TV that they...

Set up the 4 tees as described below or in Drill #1 Four Corners. Start by setting up 4 tees 3 ft away from the cup at each of the four...