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Dustin Johnson Swaggers His Way To $15,000,000 Payday, Winning The 2020 Tour Championship And His First Fedex Cup

DJ’s confidence, as evidenced by his “swagger”, is not the cause of his superlative play but simply an effect caused by his level of competence; he has earned that confidence and it naturally expresses itself. Before we talk about how mortals like you and I can bring confidence to our games, let’s overview the stats…
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The ‘Release’ Is Probably The Most Misunderstood Term In Golf Instruction; New Video Series Covers The Many Releases And Their Sequencing

Understanding replaces thinking. Doing relevant drills to experience that understanding builds competence. Competence breeds confidence. Confidence builds the states of mind, body and emotion needed to play golf at your best.” – Peter Croker, PGA-Australia [paraphrased by Ted Williams, mentee] Ask yourself, your golf buddies and even instructors what is meant by “release” in the…
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Dustin Johnson Shows Why He Was #1 Ranked Player In 2017 By Blowing Past The Field To Win The Northern Trust 2020 Title

Is it just me, or is watching golf without the gallery somehow preferable; and what can we learn from this phenomenon of sorts that can help our own golf games? I’ll pull on this thread herein… …but first let’s break down the results of “the Dustin Johnson show”: D. Johnson wins his 22nd PGA tour…
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Morikawa Wins 2020 PGA Championship, His First Major – Not Unexpected

Collin Morikawa wins his first attempt at this Major which took place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. He became the 10th player to shoot all four rounds in a Major in the 60s, shooting 13 under par for the tournament. The 23-year old Major champion earned $1,980,000. Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson each…
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Practical Insights For Each Of Us From The Analyses of Great Ball Strikers

In my current video series we combine the analyses of Harry Vardon [6-time British Open Champ circa 1900s], Moe Norman, Bryson DeChambeau, Jon Rahm, Ben Hogan and Peter Croker, PGA-Australia [my mentor]. Though we cover the differences between these great golf swings, we also definitively point out very important similarities that escape the attention of…
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Jon Rahm Wins The Memorial Tournament With A Ballesteros Type Of Back Nine, And World No. 1 Ranking

Across the field we observed a lot of mediocre ball striking on a very tough golf course under very tough conditions. There were a lot of bad misses to the wrong side of the green leaving players with precious little room to work with from deep wet rough. There were also a lot of putts…
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DeChambeau Wins The 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic; A Mind-boggling Mix Of Moe Norman-esque Unorthodoxy, Science, Technology, Athleticism and Money

Let’s start with the easiest to understand thing about Bryson DeChambeau’s 6th PGA tour event win this past Sunday in Detroit, Michigan – the money. Mr. DeChambeau won $1,350,000 while runner-up Matthew Wolff took home $817,500 and 3rd place finisher Kevin Kisner pocketed $517,500. It’s good work if you can find it eh. Now I…
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SWING TIMING VERSUS TIMING-FREE BALL-STRIKING

“Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a perfect golf swing.” – Ben Hogan To carry on from the prerequisite and immediately preceding article-with-video, “You Are Closer To Being A Pure Ball Striker Than You Think – The…
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You are closer to being a pure ball striker than you think – the trick is to embrace your hit instinct to be a ball striker versus training to be a “club swinger”

“Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a perfect golf swing.” – Ben Hogan The movements required to strike a golf ball aren’t difficult in and of themselves as I demonstrate in my latest exclusive video here on…
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The Science Behind Ball-Striking Magic – And Exactly How To Perform It

“Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a perfect golf swing.” – Ben Hogan I can still hear the thoughts of sacrilege from the immediately preceding article. “Throwing the club head at the ball from the top of…
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