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December 20, 2013

The New Way

If I gave you a lesson, or any form of coaching before the year 2009, I would give you your money back, if I had it. That was before the revolution that is sweeping golf instruction and coaching, was nascent and ill-formed. I based my approach then, on the backs of the old model of Instruction. It was short-sided, incomplete, and quite frankly irresponsible. Ben Hogan said over 40 years ago that the average golfer should be able to break 80 consistently. Then why is it that the average handicap in the US is 18? That’s and average of 90! […]
November 18, 2013

Fear, the Yips, and the Sea of Cortez

Afraid of skulling it over the green and into the Sea of Cortez? You’re not alone.   Short shots around the green, that sit perched upon tightly mown Bermuda grass,  have a way of instilling fear in those with even the most astute of wedge games. It is these shots, of only about 15-20 yards, where a half an inch can mean the difference between glory, or a golf ball rocketed over the back of the green that will eventually find the Sea of Cortez if you are playing here in Los Cabos, Mexico. Some folks have a little fear, […]