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To play your best golf consistently,

you need to understand two things:

You need to understand the game.

And you need to understand yourself.

I was at the end of my tether. 

My golf was poor, I wasn’t enjoying it.

I was wondering whether all the time, effort and money was worth it.

I’d taken dozens of lessons, read books, golf magazines and watched hundreds of YouTube videos.

The frustration I was feeling on the course began to follow me home. 

One conversation with Sam changed everything.

It led to a completely new perspective on my golf swing, on the game, and on my life.”

Is golf a mental challenge? Or a physical and technical one?

Most golfers would probably answer ‘Both.’

Unfortunately, this intuition is not reflected in the way golf is taught.

For the past 70 years, golf instruction has focused predominantly on the way the club is swung, rather than the way the game is played.

The mental side of golf is an afterthought.

Something to be explored once your position at the top of the backswing is perfect.

I believe this is a mistake.

After all, your body responds to your thoughts and feelings.

If you don’t understand how your mind works, it makes learning how to swing the golf club more difficult.

And it’s hard to play your best golf when you really want to.

If you are having golf lessons and practising but still not improving, or if you aren’t enjoying your golf, perhaps it might be time for a change of approach?

A conversation is a good first step on the path.

We can have a chat about your golf and you can explain exactly how things look to you now and what you want to achieve.

You’re welcome to use the form below to set up a call.

If you’d prefer to learn more first, to start exploring on your own, please feel free to have a look round.

I’ve written a short series of articles which will get you on your way. Please hit the button below to see the first one.

I look forward to speaking with you soon.

Best regards,

Sam

Some Kind Words

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“Just a quick note to say thank you for the lesson yesterday. It was great to talk to someone who knows as much about the mental side of the game as they do about the golf swing. I felt so much better on the course today and hit some really good shots.

Golf feels like fun again!”

- Ken, Buckinghamshire.

If you are a golf coach, or if you’re interested in other sports, please have a look at my other website, Sportsprinciples.com.

New articles and podcasts are posted regularly.

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