Link: The Hardest Worker in Golf Click on the above link for a good interview with Padraig Harrington. Padraig talks about how he is willing to try new things to keep improving and I think that is what separates him from the other players. He has an open mind and when he combines that with […]
It was a pleasure to meet Lynn Marriott, one of the co-founders of Vision 54. www.vision54.com I’ll will be talking about Vision 54 and their book in upcoming blogs. Check out the following link: (you will need to log in to view) http://www.mytpi.com/mytpi05/Fitness/article.asp?id=705
I’ve just returned from Disneyland! Well, I was a half wedge away from Disneyland, but I was like a kid at a theme park when I attended the World Golf Fitness Summit held recently in Anaheim. The WGFS is put on by the Titleist Performance Institute – see www.mytpi.com and is held annually (I think they’re moving […]
Gray Cook was next and he discussed what we can learn from primitive movement patterns. Watch a 2 year old pick up a heavy object or squat and you’ll see perfect form. Watch a 42 year old try to do the same squat move and it’s not so pretty. So why are we having golfer’s squat when they […]
Link: Aspen Center for Physics Robert Grober (Yale University) public lecture, “When Obsessions Collide: Golf and Physics,” July 12, 2006 This is a great presentation from Dr. Robert Grober, Professor at Yale and founder of Sonic Golf.