next week at the World Long Drive Championships I’ll be up against the best of the best, and I’ll have to be at my very best to prevail. I’ll take any edge I can get. And I’ll let you know how it goes.
Monthly Archive: October 2010
To be mentally tough on the outside (performance) you need to be mentally tough on the inside. Every time I see that image of the lion I recall my peak performance experience.
Just a few days left before the competition. I’ve been doing a bunch of last minute equipment testing. John Greenwood added another little shaft tweak to the ultralight shaft I’m going to be using that added a little stability but...
a strong, clear, purposeful inner world will reflect itself in confident, purposeful play. A questioning, doubtful, fuzzy inner world will reflect itself in inconsistent play.
All golf club shafts are not created equal. Even identical-looking shafts from the same company, with the same frequency and flex specification, can vary significantly in performance. Here’s an interview with shaft company House of Forged founder Robert Kent.
The Armchair Golf Pro’s post this week is about the Ryder Cup and the many things for which it made me thankful.
In this video we take a quick look inside a club building shop and watch as we drill out the remains of the shaft in the old head and prep a new shaft. Club building is an art as much as it is a science.