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Armchair Golf Pro: Wilson’s Hero Shot at Sony Open

Armchair Golf Pro: Wilson’s Hero Shot at Sony Open

The next time you play, keep this in mind: forget the Hero shots when you are in trouble. Get it into play first, then you can put your best move on it.

Confident Golf: Putting You In Control

Confident Golf: Putting You In Control

Golf is a game of confidence. If confidence is so important then the more we know about confidence and the more confident we can be on the course the better we’ll play. My research shows that the three most important aspects of confidence are comfort, commitment, and concentration.

Golf on the Line: Practicing Target Golf

Golf on the Line: Practicing Target Golf

A quality practice should combine elements of both mechanics to improve efficiency, and target focus to improve effectiveness. Plus a little fun. Try these range challenge games if you really want to improve your practice time and your scores on the golf course.

Journey to the Worlds – Low Energy Swings

Journey to the Worlds – Low Energy Swings

Well, I mentioned that this journey wouldn’t be without its trials and tribulations. A couple of days ago I did a long drive clinic and exhibition for one of my corporate clients. It was fun and everybody had a good...

Journey to the 2010 Worlds: Center Contact

Journey to the 2010 Worlds: Center Contact

As I continue my journey to the World Long Drive Championships I’ll share some of the little tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way that help me compete better. This post is a little ninja trick I learned to...

Golf on the Line: A Learning Focus

Golf on the Line: A Learning Focus

When you practice to learn about or refine your mechanics your focus should be internal. Not on the results. Your goal is to learn about your swing by refining your internal feedback and awareness abilities. What happens to the ball after you hit it, and whether it goes at a target or not, is simply data that can help you diagnose and interpret your swing better.
If you can’t feel something, you can’t change it. To change your swing, you must first develop an awareness of your swing around the aspect you wish to change.

How To Fix Your Slice

How To Fix Your Slice

Slicing the ball is one of the most common issues for golfers. But do you know the real cause of your slice? Watch this video to understand the difference between swing path and clubface angle at impact, and their influence...

News: Eric Jones, PGA, Joins Pleasanton Golf Academy Teaching Staff

News: Eric Jones, PGA, Joins Pleasanton Golf Academy Teaching Staff

For Immediate Release July 31, 2008 <strong>World Long Drive Champion and Mental Skills Expert Eric Jones Joins Pleasanton Golf Center</strong> Pleasanton, CA (PRWEB) January 9, 2010 — The Pleasanton Golf Center is pleased to announce the June 2008 arrival of...

News: Eric Jones Launches Golf Academy

News: Eric Jones Launches Golf Academy

For Immediate Release Maureen McInaney (415) 370-7542 January 16, 2006 World Long-Drive Champion to Launch Golf School At Poppy Ridge Driving Range Poppy Ridge announced today that it has expanded its golf instruction capabilities through its agreement with Eric Jones,...