Understanding Yourself

The biggest step towards realising your potential as a golfer, is to uncover who you really are.

Every golfer is on their own journey, so all my coaching packages are bespoke.

Prices start from £100 for an evaluation and consultation.

More options and details below.



Just wanted to let you know that I played in my works golf day today at the Bedford. Well I played off 18 and won overall with 37 points. Was more consistent in my play and even hit the driver several times with great success.

Thanks so much for giving me confidence in my play

Karl Karl

20 Handicap, Northampton

Where to begin

If you believe that enjoyment and happiness come from golfing success, then it makes sense to try to fix the problems that you believe are preventing you from playing well.

But is that true?

Think back to a time when you fell in love with the game.

Were you as good a golfer then as you are now?

Yet you enjoyed the game. So, what has changed?

The first step is to explore your beliefs about yourself and about the game of golf, and help you come up to answers to the questions which might be getting in the way of you reaching your potential.

You will learn:

  • How to balance performance, learning and enjoyment
  • What pressure really is
  • How to maintain enthusiasm and motivation
  • What can stop you from playing your best golf when you really want to

Coaching Experiences.

Full Day Individual 1 to 1 – £499.

Group – £165 per person*

Half Day 1 to 1 – £299

*Maximum of 6 people per group. These coaching sessions are available at various times throughout the year, dependent on demand.

you would like to take part, please get in touch using the form below and I will be in touch with the next available dates.

Coaching can be done in person or online via video link. (Skype, Zoom etc)

Hi Sam,

Well after our lesson on Monday I played in  Charity event on Tuesday and came 3rd. 

On Thursday I played in a club comp and came 3rd again and finally today I shot 76 and definitely left 3 or 4 shots on the course.

Basically gave up trying to consider the positions I was getting into with my swing and just swung it….. so the discussion we had worked a treat and I have the Club Champs next weekend and feel a good chance lurking. 

Will let you know how it goes

Kind Regards,


Mark Reardon

5 Handicap, Oxfordshire

Understand the Game

To most golfers, improving your golf means improving or fixing your golf swing.

But many golfers have a swing which works OK on the range?

The key to playing your best golf more often isn’t always about improving your skills.

It’s about delivering the skills you do have when you really want to.

Play Golf, Not Golf Swing

Hitting balls in the studio or on the driving range is helpful for working on the technical aspects of your game.

Unfortunately there aren’t many prizes to be won for having a beautiful golf swing.

The game is about getting the ball in the hole in as few strokes as possible. This is the most important skill in golf, and like all skills, it can be learnt.

There are a number of components: Decision making, assessing conditions, understanding your own game, shot selection, and other intangibles which all contribute to you realising your potential.

Taking It To The Course

A playing lesson is a good way for me to see your capabilities as a golfer, to evaluate areas for improvement, and for us to have a conversation about your game and how you see things. 

As such it is a great way to start a coaching relationship.

We can discuss:

  • Your strengths and weaknesses
  • A playing approach to fit those attributes
  • Areas to work on
  • Equipment, gapping and shot selection strategies

£175 -9 holes.

£300 -18 holes.

Hi Sam,

Hope you’re well. Just a quick message to let you know how things are going.

My golf is fun – my ball striking quality has improved enormously since we did the board drill at the studio and I’m now taking more care with my stability at set up. It’s showing up in results too.
I had a Captain’s away weekend at the Warwickshire two weekends ago with 31 others and scored 32 points on the Earl’s course and 34 on the Kings.
Winner was 36 so I held my own.
Yesterday I won the monthly medal with a net 66 (and that included an 8 on 13th due to a lie behind a tree, a lost ball in the rough and then a 3 putt). Had a gross 39 on the front 9 – net 29.

It was interesting being aware of my thinking once I added up the front 9 – thoughts such as “I can get a gross 78” or “I can win this” or “I’ll probably screw it up soon” came into my head and I let the thoughts in and then let the thoughts out as I knew none of the thoughts were “real” and would have no bearing on my next shot.
In fact after the 8 on the 13th I birdied 14 and just felt clear and happy.

You might also be astonished to know (after seeing me at Woburn) that I got the biggest compliments from my playing partners on my approach play and short game. It’s all in there, I just have to let it happen…

Anyway, trust life is good – let me know if 15th or 16th work for you.


Pete Peter

15 Handicap, Bedfordshire

Please Get In Touch

If you'd like to learn more about how to play your best golf more often, please send me a message using the form opposite.

I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

If you'd like to have a chat about your golf, please give me a call on the number below.


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Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, UK



07976 401 545



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