Tag Archives: Golf Lessons

Warning…practice makes you better!

The following may be out of sync with the other posts on the time line. I take liberties with time. This is all part of my new Buddhist approach to golf…time is simply another dimension. I have noticed that People … Continue reading

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Golf and the Mental Game

It was said of Phil Mickelson recently that one of his greatest strengths (apart from being an awesome golfer) is that he never gives up. The same is true of players like Graeme McDowell. They hit a bad shot (you … Continue reading

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Golf Statistics and Harry Potter

So I told you about the Golfshot GPS APP I downloaded for my iPhone, right?  I can track my scores, my fairways hit, putts taken, GIR (I learnt that this is “Greens in Regulation…who’d have known?).  Now here is the … Continue reading

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Golf lessons from the professionals

Here’s a novel idea, golf is hard. And the more I understand the game the more I realize that there are people who know more about this game than I do. I have recently taken my obsession to a higher … Continue reading

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Golf preparation

So here’s the thing about golf. It is, I think, above all other sports (and I am not getting into the debate about whether this is a sport or not, you know they televise Darts competitions – one hundred and … Continue reading

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