Golf Improvement Programs

The biggest mistake I see golfers make is persisting with the idea that they need to get the technical aspects of the game sorted before they give any time or attention to understanding how their mind works.

This is the main reason why golfers stop improving, fall into a slump, keep getting in their own way or are regularly let down by one particular aspect of their game.


You can’t change the way you swing the club until you understand the mental process which is causing you to swing the club the way you do at the moment.

No golfer wants to swing the club ‘over the top’ on an out to in swing path with an open clubface.

Yet millions of golfers do exactly that – and hit weak slices as a result.

My question is why ?

Despite the millions of pounds spent on golf lessons, why do so many golfers find it so hard to improve?

I believe the answer lies in the way that swing technique is prioritised over all other aspects of the game.

We all know golfers who play very well on a consistent basis, whose swings bear little resemblence to the technical models promoted in the golf magazines. 

So what is more important to you. How your swing looks or where the ball goes ?

If you have been in a slump for a while, or are struggling to improve despite taking lessons and practicing hard, maybe it’s time for a fresh approach?

Working with someone who has played the game at a high level, and who understands both the mental and physical aspects of the game will give you a great chance of making progress swiftly and effortlessly.

Please follow this link to set up a conversation, or follow this link for information about one to one coaching.

If you’re happy with your golf swing but keep getting in your own way on the course, please follow this link to learn more about my Online Learning Program.

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