ENGAGE. ENCOURAGE. ENJOY.

THE DESTINATION FOR PARENTS OF KIDS WHO LOVE GOLF.

100 Top Golf Ideas

PatienceA big thanks to Frank Darby, St John’s College Golf Coach, for providing his top 100 golf ideas.  Pick a few, have patience, and get to work!

 

Social Media … Linkathletics.com… Showcase yourself…Kevin Streelman…

Pace of Play… Everything in moderation… No cell phones when practicing

Golfstat.com… Oral resume and swing video… Track statistics… Gamebook.com

Improve every day… Wake up earlier… Surround yourself w/ positive people

80 % short game… Learn how to relax… One Word… Twitter… Facebook

Proper clubfitting… Tournament schedule…Respect for the game… AJGA

Interests and hobbies… Golf ball fitting… Community service… Love bad weather

Energy Bus… Old School… Prepare for SAT… Don’t overanalyze your swing…

Plan your day… Keegan Bradley… Practice properly… Fastscripts.com… IPAD

Caddie… Everything is beautiful… Bob Rotella… Time Management… Make your

Bed… Be different… USGA Jr your major… Be calm in the mind… Jack Nicklaus

The Little Talent Code… Coachable…  Keep your car clean… Rules of Golf

Be 5 minutes early… Golf Channel “ On The Range”… Trackman combine

Steve Stricker… Aimpoint putting… Ben Shear… Sean Foley… Jack Grout … Vision54

Support Group… # 25 combined fairways & greens hit… under 30 putts… Mental

Wellness… Performance Journal… Luke Donald…PGATour.com… Ping App…

No alcohol / drugs… Belly putter… Phil Mickelson… Attend a PGA Tour event…

Dave Stockton… Proper nutrition… Snacks on the course…. Hydration… Team

Chemistry… Thank you letters to everyone… Be grateful…. Play more than practice

Prepare w/ practice rounds…. Fairways and greens…. Drive the ball in play…

10,000 putt challenge… Handle distractions… Research program and coaches

Plan and set goals for every practice session… What are successful people doing?

Attend a college event… Be realistic about schools… Practice in bad weather…

Work on weaknesses…. World Class short game…. Dress great… Golf shoes clean

Take it from range to course… Watch Bagger Vance… Calm, Confident, Courageous

No complaining… Tempo and timing… No anger on course… Make a lot of birdies

Comments

  1. Great article Amy! So true and yet so simple!
    See you in Hartsville!

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