Category Archives: Player Development

was a trainee golf professional in the late 1990s, and I was fortunate to grow up in a time when golf was starting to really boom. With a new wave of young talent coming through, we saw the likes of Robert Allenby and Stuart Appleby emerging and flying the flag for Australian golf. Greg Norman […]

n a time where TrackMan, Biomechanics the use of Forceplates and SAMPutt Lab has become common place in the teaching and development of golf, Cameron McCormick Australian coach to the young PGATour sensation Jordan Spieth sheds a different light on coaching and player development. In part 1 on practice habits I’m dealing directly with the advanced […]

‘ve written quite a few instructional articles on putter face aim in the past and so this blog is going to highlight the importance or lack of importance on putter face aim. Now some might argue this point,  but the reality is, that aiming the putter face at your intended target is not a common […]

ecently I was fortunate enough to attend a clinic hosted by Nike Golf, held at the SIME Darby LPGA event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I was able to be a fly on the wall and watch as world no. 2 Susan Pettersen and world no. 62 Michelle Wie discussed their games, practice habits and on-course […]

s it just a coincidence or does it seem like the number 59 is no longer the ‘Holy Grail’ when it comes to breaking scoring barriers. Many of you golf devotees would know that Al Geibrger actually shot this number way back in 1977, for the first time on the PGATour. Since then Chip Beck […]

ecently I wrote a blog post which touched on how some golfers are getting fooled by PGATour players stats titled, STOP Being Fooled By PGATour Players! The blog simply highlighted that golfers are blind sided to the fact that PGATour players are human and hit more poor drives, approach’s and scores soaring well above 72 […]

n this post I’m going to address some areas of the game which at times are being over estimated with unrealistic expectations. I’ll delve into some common statistics you should focus on and what should be realistic as it relates to your expectations compared to PGATour players.

his is the third part of a three-part blog post where I’m listing nine rules for training your golf game. Now although these rules might not all be new, I feel there are some fresh ideas I’m sure you could implement. What’s more they will get your mind headed in the right direction as it […]

his is the second part of a three-part blog post where I’m listing nine rules for training your golf game. Now although these rules might not all be new, I feel there are some fresh ideas I’m sure you could implement. What’s more they will get your mind headed in the right direction as it […]

n this three-part blog post I’m going to list nine rules for training your golf game. Now although these rules might not all be new, I feel there are some fresh ideas I’m sure you could implement. What’s more they will get your mind headed in the right direction as it relates to working on […]