What distractions have you been allowing into your golf game? Do you know how to eliminate them? I’m sure you could think back to your last round of golf and identify a few distractions that might have affected your golf game. Too many swing-thoughts, worry about previous bad shots, or fear of hitting it in […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
This pullback putting drill is my favorite practice game; It helps me putt better under pressure: Pullback Putting Drill from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Pullback Putting Drill
After setting up to a putt, I take one last look at the hole, then look back at the ball and then stroke the putt immediately. Taking one last look focuses my mind on how the ball should roll to make the putt. Many golfers stand over the ball staring at it before starting their […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Putting: Take one last look
Have you lost confidence on the greens lately? Holding your finish position at the end of the stroke for three seconds could turn your putting around. When I find myself missing putts, I make sure to regain my focus on finishing the stroke instead of the result of the stroke. I focus on the finish […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Holding your Finish
Do you know why some people keep getting better and better at golf while others don’t? I believe that all golfers who keep improving have one thing in common: A solid foundation of mental principles. Here are my foundational golf principles for long-term improvement: 1. Understand that every thought counts: You are either instilling […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Foundational Golf Principles for Long-Term Improvement
The first time I played in the final group of a tournament was in September of 2009. It was a two-day Pepsi Tour event at Ocotillo Golf Club in Chandler, AZ. Going into the final day, I was one shot behind after shooting a 71 the first day. This was my first real opportunity to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on My Journey: My first win
It was a beautiful day. Birds were chirping, the sun was shining and I felt like I had just gotten hit by a bus. I was walking off the 4th hole of my first ever, big professional tournament and I had just made a 13. That 13 was six years ago; long before I knew […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
July 29th, 2013 was an amazing day for me on the golf course. The last shot of that round is alive and well in my memory. That day I was playing well and hitting the ball farther than ever in the Pro-Scratch Golf league event at Papago Golf Course in Phoenix, AZ. I had […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
How do you approach a round of golf? Does your attitude after the round is over depend on on how you scored? I remember when I first started playing professional golf, I would live and die by each round’s score. If it was a bad scoring day, I would leave the course feeling like I […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.