With five weeks or so until opening day, I can happily report that my indoor swing training is working very well. My back feels looser and I feel that my indoor driving net has was well worth the effort of constructing it. With all the practice I am doing in the off-season I can only think that the best is yet to come for my golf game.Continue reading
How can this be? Who makes such daring claims? Is this revolutionary or ancient knowledge? These are questions most amateurs ask and I am here to tell you that it is possible to save strokes by making a basic swing change. Are you ready for the big reveal, then read on!
As I discussed before, I noticed that many professional golfers putt with a very narrow stance. I noticed this about 3 weeks ago at the start of the FEDEX Cup. I said that I would give it a try and over the past 4 outings, I have. Yesterday, I played 9 holes of golf and used my putter about 16 times. No, I did not three putt, but used my putter 4 times from the fringe. And every time I narrowed my stance. I still have some more practice to do, but I did notice a few things. Continue reading
Golf is a crazy game sometimes. We can riding a wave of great play to suddenly have the wheels fall off. The problem is that I do not know why it happens. Conversely, I can play very poorly and then 4 birdies in a row. It makes no sense and if I ever figure it out, it would be worth millions! Continue reading
This week I participated in Canadian Military Curling Regionals at Kingston, Ontario. Fortunately, I was team with three awesome curlers and mainly because of their great play, we won the event. During the three days of curling, I learned a great deal about the sport and a few things that will help me on the golf course. I plan on explaining these over the next few days, but my biggest take-away is to ensure I focus on my aim point! Continue reading