Tag: routines

The Fifth Element

January 21, 2015
The Fifth Element

The Four Step Shot Routine gives you the best chance of performing any shot well.  The fifth element of your shot routine is your post-shot response.  This is arguably the most important as it sets the scene for what is to come. Regardless of how well you prepare, every time you hit a shot you […]

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Four Step Shot Routine

January 19, 2015 0 Comments
Four Step Shot Routine

When professionals prepare to play a shot, they follow a ritualised set of steps.  They assess the conditions for the shot, make a decision on the shot to play and how to play it, create a mental blueprint for the shot and finally approach the ball then swing the club. The shot routine is as […]

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What’s your Routine?

November 4, 2014 0 Comments
What’s your Routine?

Mention the word ‘routine’ and a lot of golfers claim it inhibits their natural flair, yet the most instinctive and creative golfers all have routines.  You should too… If you enjoyed this video, then watch 4 Types of Concentration    Install this web app on your Android: Tap menu, more options, and then Add Shortcut […]

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One-Armed Chipping

April 7, 2014
One-Armed Chipping

Chipping with one arm will show up faults in your technique which could be produced by one hand or the other.  It will also improve your overall chipping. Install this web app on your Android: Tap menu, more options, and then Add Shortcut To Homescreen.×

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Are you a Creature of Habit?

August 30, 2013
Are you a Creature of Habit?

When I hear the phrase “we are creatures of habit” I think of how unbalanced I can feel if I don’t stick to (or closely to) my morning routine. For some people the morning routine needs to involve exercise, whether that’s running, walking, swimming, yoga or Pilates.  It could even be something more sedate like […]

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