Major problems for Sky

Glyn Pritchard looks at the changes in television coverage of the four men’s major championships. Having lost the live broadcast rights for The Ope

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Mental Imagery

Getting your members and customers to use mental imagery can have a positive benefit on their performance, writes Sue Shapcott. I am a golf coach a

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Anything but routine

Is your morning routine a productive one that will set you up for a good day or down a path of slothfulness, asks Karl Morris. We all know the valu

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The season may be over but don’t stand still

The golf season may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to shut up shop and wait for next year, there’s still plenty for you to do an

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Is there more than one way to swing a club?

In an age of identikit golf swings, Glyn Pritchard recalls the career of Moe ‘pipeline’ Norman, whose technique, style and personality were anything b

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Group coaching: why we should do more of it

For golf pros offering group lessons can be a way to increase their revenue and provide a social and fun environment for their members and visitors, w

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What can Jordan Spieth teach us about business?

Spieth’s composure when under the greatest pressure can teach us all a lesson about golf, business and life, writes Karl Morris. Imagine you have b

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Discovering the great courses of the Atlantic Links group

It is usually the venues on the Open Championship roster that come to mind when considering great British links courses. But the six premier champions

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Why do golfers golf?

While all coaches want to improve the angle of attack or clubhead speed of a golfer in a lesson it is worth remembering the reason that most people ac

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Who is on your team?

The success of your business and that of your golf club is not down to any one individual but to a group of people. When a group is unified as a team

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The End (of the season) Is Nigh

The season is in full swing, you’re no doubt rushed off your feet, but don’t lose sight of the future, it could be very costly. TGI Golf Managing Dire

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European golf club trends

Golf Business Monitor and Global Golf Advisors’ Rob Hill examine key trends and data that could help you plan and make business decisions that will ul

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GDPR – are you ready?

On the 25th of May 2018 the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect. These new rules are stricter than before and

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Motivation matters

It’s amazing how much can be accomplished if no one cares who gets the credit, writes Eddie Bullock. There is no hard and fast rules when it comes to

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The Ryder Cup and Paris, perfect for a golfing tour

In 2018 France will host the Ryder Cup for the first time at Le Golf National, near Paris. Glyn Pritchard travelled to the course courtesy of Your Gol

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New challenges

Grant Wright, owner of World of Golf in Croydon and CEO of New Malden Golf Centre, argues that golf clubs need to work harder than ever before to attr

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App design guide: seven top tips

Jenni Biggs, app project director of golf2win.co.uk takes a close look at how all golf clubs can ensure their app really works for them. Golf apps

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Technical Advances?

Technology has altered the way all golf pros teach – mostly for the better – but some caution is required, writes Sue Shapcott. Over the past 20 ye

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Getting things done

In the modern world there are so many distractions it is easy to get side-tracked, but those who concentrate on the areas of their business that need

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Plane speaking from Jim Hardy

In a follow-up to his article in the March issue on John Jacob’s legacy, Glyn Pritchard has an exclusive interview with Jacob’s protégé Jim Hardy, who

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