When faced with a six-foot breaker — to win — can you deliver – predictably, consistently and with confidence?
This video illustrates the all-important relationship between line and speed when reading greens. Take a look.
For most players, including tour players, Speed Putting, or learning to roll your putts the right distance (for the line you read) is [...]
April 11, 2010
Tiger, it’s great to see you back. Though I must admit I’d far rather see you back with a swing motion that delivers in the heat of battle. I hate watching such a talented player struggle with such a bad swing. And I do wish you all the very best with the process [...]
April 26, 2010
Zurich is a tour stop opportunity for the second-tier players to shine, as it serves as a week off for many of the top players. And shine they did.
Congrats to Jason Bohn on his 3-birdie finish and 2nd tour victory, the first coming at another second-tier tour stop, the 2005 B.C. Open. If [...]
19 April, 2010
This is a favorite tour stop of the players. And no wonder when you look at the list of past champions. Only the strong survive. And here we mean the accuracy strong. Harbourtown’s fairways are so narrow they feel like bowling alleys. They are made narrow by those overhanging trees, you know – [...]
April 11, 2010
Annually, right at the top of their priority list, every tour player’s goal is earning a spot in the field at the Masters. Once in, their next objective is to prepare their game to win it, or at a minimum, finish in the top sixteen so they earn their crack at it again next year.
Yet, we see [...]
11 April 2010
Congratulations Phil on a great (and very popular) victory with the second lowest score in Masters history.
Question for our Golfstruck patrons?? Was Phil’s shot on 13 from the pines bold, smart, courageous, unnecessary, dumb, careless or just plain stupid? We’d like to hear from you.
Whatever it was, it was THE SHOT of the [...]
April 7, 2010
As you play in the Masters this week, knowing that your performance will be followed immediately by left thumb surgery, you must be feeling the additional pressure of wanting to win your first major! Here’s wishing you all the best!
As you rehab from surgery, I have what I believe to be an important [...]
April 5, 2010 Give Your Body a Simple Message
“More shots are ruined by the mind getting in the way of the body’s ability to perform than for any other reason.” The WIZARD
Think about this, you came to this great game with a certain amount of talent. When your mind doesn’t get in [...]
April 5, 2010 The Pre-Masters Warm-Up
Congratulations to Anthony Kim on his long overdue victory. As I watch Anthony play I can’t help but believe that a better pre-shot routine would put Anthony in the winners circle more often. This is one talented player who, when on, plays with supreme confidence. In Anthony’s shoes, I would [...]