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  1. I purchased the Program about six weeks ago after reading some reviews and am up to day 42. Three rounds of golf with a score in the mid 70s will certainly drop your handicap off a 16. I have been off a lower handicap than that before, but have blown out because I don't play golf much and got sick of all the inconsistencies in coaching. I have so far reached my first goal of playing more golf this year (played 6 rounds in February) but am still struggling with my putting. I think the program does a section on putting soon which I am looking forward to. Just thought id share it with some other golfers as it has helped me understand the golf swing and implement some of the movements needed to hit the ball consistently.. The program is actually also backed by Jack Nicklaus himself. It might not be for everybody, but if you are looking at getting better then id say it's worth a try. The mental training is also a bit questionable, but you don't really need it to experience some sort of success from the program.
  2. I would just like to make everybody aware of a training program that I have been using that is working wonders for my golf game. The program mainly focuses on teaching golfers how to swing a golf club in a synchronized way with the body through training. Once the training and movements are implemented properly I was amazed at how well I can now hit the golf ball with speed, safety and strength. It is a way out of thinking about swing mechanics on the golf course. I can say that my mis-hits are now in play and am not even worried if I don't connect with the golf ball as well as I think I should have. The program is explained very well and my scores have improved dramatically coming down from a 16 handicap to a 10 since the start of the year. There are not many reviews of the program as it is relatively new, but the first I found on google is on the following link. https://basicgolfer.com/tathata-golf-review-60-day-training-program I just want to make golfers aware that this program is around as it really works if you apply the training. Cheers
  3. Thanks for the comments. I was skeptical at first, but am having a lot of success with a Martial Arts style training program. This program teaches you how to move your body the correct way during the golf swing. It also teaches golfers how to swing a golf club in a synchronised way with your body with speed safety and strength. All the training can be done at home and I am really surprised with the results so far. There are not many reviews of the program, but I managed to find the following link. https://basicgolfer.com/tathata-golf-review-60-day-training-program The Program is called Tathata Golf and they offer a free 7 day trial. Definitely worth considering if you are looking at improving and finding a way out of swing thoughts.
  4. Has anybody had any success with some of the online golf training programs that are out there? I just recently started one and am 15 days in so far. The results have been amazing so far. Would be interesting to get some thoughts on any that some of you guys may have tried. Thanks
  5. Yeah definitely. Jim Furyk has had 22 Top 10s over the last two decades. Padraig Harringtion is another worth mentioning with 3 wins and 15 top 10s. Sergio Garcia has also racked up 23 Top 10 Finishes throughout the journey. Don’t forget Retief Goosen with 2 Wins and 16 Top 10s. Angel Cabrera is another that just seems to pop up in big events.
  6. Yeah I totally agree. Tiger has definitely been the most dominant in the last 20 years, but that was all mainly from 97 to 08. The last 10 years would be Phil, Rory and Spieth. The top 5 on that list was 1 Tiger 2 Phil 3 Ernie 4 Rory 5 Vijay I think this is accurate although there are players that have not won majors like Westwood who have been consistent over the journey.
  7. I was having a fun argument with a buddy about the most consistent performers in the golf majors since we starting following golf some twenty years ago. Some players are able to perform in the bigger events and some just simply struggle when the going gets tough. My argument was that it had to still be Tiger Woods with some 14 major victories. His argument was that Tiger had done nothing in majors in almost 10 years so it had to be somebody else. (He's also a Tiger hater) haha Was difficult to find information on this online so would be interesting to get some fellow golfers opinions on the subject, but it is definitely Tiger ;) Did stumble across this blog which has a Top 20 players in majors over the last twenty years https://basicgolfer.com/most-golf-majors-won-the-last-twenty-years
  8. To play more golf than once a month and be a more consistent putter
  9. I would love to see Matsuyama win one!!! Such a consistent player.
  10. Has anybody been lucky enough to try out these new drivers? Would be interesting to hear some feedback.
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