Having been both a NCAA D1 soccer player as well as a high school soccer coach, I had the usual repertoire of shots, passes and goal kicks to my disposal. On a goal kick, it was not uncommon for me to use a driving kick, lofted kick or bend one up the side lines either […]
Last year we talked about how Bubba Watson could better visualize his shots at the Dyabolical TPC Sawgrass. However, after Tripp isenhour’s comments about what is wrong with Bubba on the golf channel made me realize that the golf media really does not get Bubba with his gifts ADHD brain. Tripp seems to be a […]
I am very proud of both my son Ben and the work we have done with Shawn Clement. Sometimes I feel bad in that by throwing Ben in experiment after experiment that I have hindered his development as a golfer. However, the payoffs in what Shawn and I have learn are a fret free structured […]
Phoenix Open: Bubba Almost Holes out on the Par 4 17th On Thursday at the 17th hole at the Phoenix Open, Bubba Watson almost holed it out from 342 yards away with his Ping G30 driver. Tiger Woods, also in Bubba’s group just started laughing.
Ian Poulter Golf Clinic – Woburn Junior Invitation Day 2013 Ian talks about whats in his bag in general and how he set it up for the open at Muirfield gc 2013, discusses other topics such as his course planner, hydration, nutrition, his caddy, Rory Mcilroy, and many more topics.
Bubba at the Range Bubba Watson describes his unconventional approach to practice time on the range: “No drills, that makes it a job. I don’t want to have a job. I just want to have fun and play golf for a living.”
Ian Poulter: Ryder Cup 2012 Brothers of distraction Ian Poulter and Bubba Watson having fun on the first tee at the 2012 Ryder Cup…
As many golf pundits pointed out: “Bubba Watson hits a 3 iron at a Long Drive competition during a practice round at the PGA Championship.” Bubba Watson, has stirred up a lot of controversy by simply following his natural ADHD tendencies during tournament week at the PGA Championship at Valhalla.
Ian Poulter: Learning Feel and Predictability in Putting Ian Poulter: “ I very much believe in feel when it comes to putting”. Ian putts with a putter in his right hand and a book in his left had and observes how the putt rolls…
Ian Poulter will use Justin Rose US Open triumph as inspiration Poulter “You have to be on your game at the US Open. The set-ups are tough. I like tough golf.”