Earlier this year, April 25th to be exact, the NCAA changed their legislation on official and unofficial visits for prospective student-athletes. The new rule changes delay unofficial visits until September 1st of a PSA’s junior year in high school. The rule change also expedites the start date of official visits by allowing them to take place beginning September 1st of junior year as well.
The difference between a professional golfer and an amateur golfer is our focus today as Team GLT is fortunate enough to be at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
The Alfred Dunhill Links is one of the richest ones on the European tour. It is played in October, on three different courses centered at the home of golf – St Andrews. This is a unique format, meaning each professional will be paired with a celebrity; for example, Former AC Milan & Chelsea footballer Ruud Hulet is set to be paired with Tyrell Hatton the two-time defending champion.
Today, we have our first blog from the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. We will be sharing some of what we’ve seen during the practice rounds. Specifically, we’ll be discussing ways to get the most out of practice rounds, and how to use what you learn during those rounds when preparing on the driving range.
Today in GLT’s golf psychology series, The Mental Game of Golf, we are going to continue examining the V of the OSVEA pre-shot routine system by taking a look at how Jack Nicklaus incorporates visualization before each shot.
Today in GLT’s golf psychology series, The Mental Game of Golf, we’ll hand the keyboard over to our resident mental performance expert, Iain Highfield, to discuss the importance of the visualization portion of the OSVEA pre-shot routine system.
With their win in the 42nd edition of the Ryder Cup, the European team reclaimed the Cup from the United States while also continuing a trend of maintaining a homefield advantage, winning each tournament played on European soil since 1993.
Team GLT discusses this homefield advantage effect in our latest podcast, available below.
The story of Wilson Golf
The story begins in 1913 with the formation of the Ashlord Manufacturing Company. In 1914, the Chicago-based business opened its golf division. The following year, the Wilson Sporting Goods name would be born in conjuncture with Thomas E. Wilson taking helm of the company. Soon, the sporting goods company known as much more for its production of athletic balls would begin a tradition of golf innovation that continues today.