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Ground Reaction Force – What it can and cannot do for Golfers

Ground Reaction Force – What it can and cannot do for Golfers The theory, and some examples that demonstrate its meaning: What, first of all, is the much talked-about ground reaction force (GRF)? The free dictionary defines GRF thus: GRF force is offered by support surface, equaling and opposing force due to body mass passing […]

Thinking Outside the (Golf-Swing) Box – Why it Matters

Thinking Outside the (Golf-Swing) Box – Why it Matters Why think outside the box in golf – whatever for? The whole world has played the game quite successfully for Centuries, after all. Read on for a reasonably-well-presented case in favor of the idea. The golf swing has been passed down basically unchanged, from the times […]

Tiger Woods’ Future in Golf

Tiger Woods’ Future in Golf Why is it dangerous for “typical” golf instruction to be given to an injured golfer? What is “typical” golf instruction? What can the average golfer learn from all this? Continuing on from the previous blogpost, this one discusses exactly what a coach desirous of working with leading golfers, especially those […]

Why Individual Joint Positions Matter

Individual Joint Positions Matter Excessive whole-body movement and individual joint positions BOTH matter. Which joints are important for a successful golf swing. Only the MGSS full-swing does all that is required. The last (December 8th) blog post discussed how the brain’s control of all movement is complex, and changes constantly, especially under conditions of anxiety, […]