In this episode of the Better Golf Academy, I discuss how the motivation works and why after a certain point, or when it gets too hard, or when we start losing steam, drive, and motivation…we slowly fade out and even quit. But what keeps us motivated to continue to pursue our goals?
In this episode of the Better Golf Academy, I discuss the insight of the par 3s and the ways to help you avoid your blow-ups. It’s about approaching the hole with some strategic mindset and figuring out what important facts to look for about the hole and I help you make a decision on what best to do to conquer it.
In this episode of the Better Golf Academy, we find out through research that we are terrible predictors of our own happiness after the round. And the key factor in our growth and the enjoyment of the game is all wrapped around in this thing called expectations. It’s up to us to set the right expectations to help us get better and to help us win.
In this episode of the Better Golf Academy, I discuss the benefits of walking vs. riding. But more importantly, I address the philosophy called “The Aggregation of Marginal Gains” which is the idea of searching for a tiny margin of improvement in everything that we do.
Hear the story of the cycling team and how they were transformed from a mediocre team to what is widely regarded as the team that accomplished the most successful run in cycling history.
This is truly the game changer…mind blown!
In this episode of the Better Golf Academy, I talk about how proper breathing can replenish something that the stress and anxiety of the current situation or the current golf shot have taken away. If done properly, it can truly prepare our body and mind to perform our best.
I talk about 3 steps to think and work on and the reasons for how it can truly affect how you approach and play the game. It can even help you overcome the putting yips and help you conquer those crucial shots and moments. You want to win, don’t you? Learn how to breathe.
In this episode of the Better Golf Academy, I talk about how average golfers like us play the par 5s. We just want to hit the ball as far as we can on each shot. We think if we hit first 2 shots long and straight on a par 5, we are home free to a birdie. But, the truth is, those 2 longs perfect shots are hard to come by. In fact, this idea might be the reason why your score is blowing up on these Par 5s. I believe there’s a better way.