Luke Brosterhous

June 21, 2022

Easy targets. Easy mind.

Easy targets. Easy Mind.  Far too often when working with athletes, I sense way too much tension throughout the duration of their event. That is to say, they are constantly dealing with how to diffuse tension. Tension is a motor pattern killer. That is to say, the tenser your mind is, the tenser your body is. When the body is tense, the execution of motor patterns gets more difficult.  I think the primary reason for most people’s experience of tension, is the looming expectation of perfection. That is to say, they select targets & goals that are ‘perfect’ and not […]
April 21, 2022

Transition Skills: Clubface & Sequence. . .which to fix first?

What comes first, an open club face or early extension?  Both are symptoms of deficient transition skills. Early extension is where a player’s hips move forward toward the ball, as opposed to rotating in the downswing. This movement toward the ball, not the target laterally, then rotationally, eliminates crucial space for the right forearm in the downswing, thus steepening the shaft, and necessitating an early club-face.  Early Extension     3D data shows lead wrist moves into a cupped (extension) position in downswing There are many theories as to why this happens, and which proceeds the other. The bottom line […]
July 26, 2021

3 4 E-Update-The Leadville 50

Hello all, We are well on our way to raising some significant $$ for Eric’s foundation. Thank you to all of you that have reached out and pledged support for our efforts to raise $$ & awareness for Brain Cancer research, in honor of Eric Brosterhous. If you have pledged support for our 230 Mile project, you can click on the link at the bottom of this post to donate directly to Eric’s foundation. We are closing in on the crux of our project: The Leadville 100, on August 14th. My wife Erin and I completed the Leadville 50 last […]
December 27, 2017


In 2014, I was burned out on Golf. I was teaching over 150 Hours of Private Lessons a month, and enjoying every minute of those lessons. Yet, something was nagging at me. I had recently been struggling under the tutelage of a Top Teacher, and had consciously parted ways. The only think I could really see that was working for that individual was to continuously, and obnoxiously extol the virtues of his teaching at every possible moment. The more I looked at the teaching landscape, the more it was filled with this kind of approach: “My way is the best, […]
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