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Last Updated on Friday, 25 March 2016 05:38 Friday, 25 March 2016 05:29
PGA of Canada Associate Professional
The Derrick Club
2011 PGA of Canada
Jack McLaughlin Junior Leader of the Year
There is not a golfer out there that does not want to improve their scores. The challenge is finding time to practice and then using that time effectively. I believe it is important to have a plan for your practice sessions before you get out on the putting green to help you create a more efficient practice routine and begin to see improvement on the course. And just as we want to start the ball in the right direction when putting, let's work towards starting your practice sessions in the right direction for 2016. A good practice session can be divided into technical work, skill development, a practice game and then reflection.
Putting is a multiple-piece puzzle and one piece is being able to start the ball on your intended line. Let's take a look at how you can test and practice this area of putting.
Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2016 02:45 Monday, 08 February 2016 02:26
Royal Colwood’s Director Of Golf Jason Giesbrecht has long embraced technology’s value in golf instruction. Recently he travelled to the PGA Show in Orlando to evaluate some of the latest advances in this rapidly evolving sector of the golf industry...
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 October 2015 21:14 Wednesday, 07 October 2015 21:09
RICHMOND, British Columbia (Alfie Lau/iG) — All throughout the province, for most of September and October, women golfers have been getting together with certified PGA of Canada or LPGA coaches in Women With Drive, Get In The Game workshops funded by British Columbia Golf and the Golf Canada Foundation Women’s Fund.
“We’ve organized clinics all throughout the province which will enhance opportunities for women to gain interest and develop their golf skills so that we can continue to grow women’s golf,” said Debbie Pyne, the managing director for player development for British Columbia Golf. “We’ve had clinics all throughout the province and they have been well attended.”
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 September 2015 21:46 Tuesday, 08 September 2015 21:41
WALLACE, Nova Scotia (Tyler Costigan/Golf Canada) — The first of two Golf Canada Performance Camps this year was conducted on September 6–7 at the Fox Harb’r Resort in Wallace, N.S., as part of an initiative to support the growth and development of Canada’s next generation of junior golfers.
The Performance Camps, now in their fourth year, are conducted by Golf Canada in conjunction with the provincial associations to address the talent of budding athletes across the country—in this case, Atlantic Canada. Team Canada’s Lead Development Squad Coach, Robert Ratcliffe, has been at the helm of the project since the first camp was conducted in 2012.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 August 2015 22:54 Monday, 17 August 2015 22:51
JUPITER, Florida — The Els for Autism Foundation, founded by PGA TOUR player Ernie Els, announced the official opening of the first two components of The Els Center of Excellence - The Lower School and The Els Center of Excellence Auditorium Building, which have been delivered on schedule.
The Center, being built in Jupiter, Fla., is set to be a game-changing resource in the field of autism; a disorder that now affects 1 in 68 children in the U.S., and has been created to serve the local, national and international autism communities.
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