PGA Tour Hero World Challenge 2017. How did Tiger Woods do it?

PGA Tour Hero World Challenge 2017. How did Tiger Woods do it?

Matthew Cooke
  • Author: Matthew Cooke
  • GLT Founder
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Taking the #goat’s range game to the golf course!

A concept that is becoming increasingly intriguing in the golf industry, although often misunderstood, is practice. More specifically, how golfers can practice better when trying to improve their techniques. Tiger Woods's high performance golf coach, Chris Como, knows exactly what I’m about to talk about.

A Parent's Role in Golf - Part One

A Parent's Role in Golf - Part One

Marc Molin GLT
  • Author: Marc Molin
  • GLT Denmark Partner
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Being the parent of an athlete is not an easy job. One thing I’ve learned for certain, the impact a parent can have on their child both on and off the course is huge. This can be either a great advantage or disadvantage for the child. You see, sometimes what we think may be the optimal way of supporting our kids might not always be the best way.

Life on the European Tour - Has it changed?

Life on the European Tour - Has it changed?

Stuart Morgan
  • Author: Stuart Morgan
  • GLT European Partner
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Recently, I was at the airport on my way to my first European Tour event in over two years. I called Iain to discuss something off topic, but soon got onto this one. I realized that even though I’ve had a level of success coaching on the European Tour before, I mostly felt like I had failed. As many people know, this feeling of failure fuels why i do what I do.

 

Blanket Coaching - The Underlying Issue with poor golf practice game design

Blanket Coaching - The Underlying Issue with poor golf practice game design

Arick Zeigel
  • Author: Arick Zeigel
  • GLT Associate
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Stuart Morgan GLT
  • Author 2: Stuart Morgan
  • GLT European Partner

It’s great to see golf instruction putting forth the effort to better understand ways to improve how we train the game. Though we’re seeing more and more people getting away from the rake and hit mentality, we still have a long way to go as an industry. I follow a lot of the forum pages on Facebook, and am always curious to see what people are posting. 99.9% of the time it is usually something related to the golf swing.

 

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