Karl Morris Comes to Dorset – Exclusively for Stephen Packer Golf
Monday 25th March 2019 (7pm – Finish) At The Dorset Golf & Country Club
Could the next 12 months be YOUR best, most enjoyable yet???
Just imagine if you could :
• Stop your mind interfering with your swing
• Learn the secrets of lower scores
• How to take your lesson onto the course
• How focusing on the “right” things could add yards to your drive
• How to finally get out of your own way and play the golf you are truly capable of
This evening workshop is an informative, interactive and fun workshop!!
Karl provides some clear and simple mental game tools to help golfers of all levels.
During the evening, he invites all the golfers to challenge themselves over the coming months.
The challenge is purely individual, each person writes out their own challenge.
This doesn’t have to be just a handicap or score challenge.
The individual decides.
WILL YOU TAKE THE CHALLENGE? #yourgolfchallenge
This is a very rare opportunity to spend an evening with
Europe’s Number One Mind Coach & Golf Psychologist.
This is a Fun and informative evening perfect for all ability levels from the Beginner to the Elite golfer!There is food included with a choice of either Curry, Lasagne & Chips or a vegetarian option (please e-mail your choice on booking).
Karl is normally £350 for a One hour session, come to this 2 Hour Session for Only £25.00! Don’t Miss your chance to learn the secrets to playing your best golf in 2019!
Approaching the green is the main skill that separates the elite golfers in the world from the rest of us, however, few dedicate enough practice time to this vital part of the game. Learn the secrets to getting the ball closer to the hole using the latest theories and information. Simple, non-technical and extremely effective! Open to Men and Ladies of ALL standards and abilities.
– Learn the secrets to a better short game
– 3 Hours of tuition with a buffet breakfast
– Break through all the myths and simplify your approach!
*Saturday 15th October @ 9am – 1pm*
Here are the topics for the Short Game session –
09:00am – *Breakfast & Breifing*
10:00am – Set up for Success 10:30am – Understand Control
11:00am – Pressure chipping 11:30am – Get out of Trouble
Almost exactly 2 years ago a father approached me about his son who dreamt of becoming a golf professional, he wanted to build a team of support to help his son get there.
After meeting Lewis I could see the desire, attitude and potential of a professional but off an 8 handicap and from a short and easy course there was a long road ahead with a lot of work to do!
The only solution was to eat, sleep and breath golf and he entered into my golf mentoring program in August 2014.
We worked together closely each week and it wasn’t long before his first competition win and cut. After that initial success the road was hard and we had to develop a number of areas of the game if he wanted further success. We needed a big increase in distance, shape of ball flight and in the versatility of his short game.
Lewis responded to this challenge in the only way he knew how, he got to work!
Over the next year Lewis gained over 100 yards with his driver going from barely 200 yards to 300 yards and beyond with a good strike, his shafts changed from regular to extra stiff and he learnt a multitude of short game shots by learning how to control the face, stance, ball position and club head release.
Of course these are the physical skills Lewis learnt he also improved many other areas mentally during this period. He developed a mental toughness including grit, determination and the work ethic of a machine. His character has evolved over the last 2 years and I can honestly say it’s been a pleasure and a privaledge to be the one to supporting him through his journey.
A word from Lewis –
“I started working with Steve around two years ago, and can’t believe how much my game has improved over the relatively short space of time we’ve worked together. His work ethic, determination and passion for improvement are qualities I look up to massively and try to replicate when working towards my own goals.
His vast knowledge of all areas of the game including all the important things off the course such as fitness and psychology mean he has been able to work with me to create a detailed training plan to get the best possible results out of all of my practice sessions. Every lesson I have with Steve always has a clear outcome, and I always come away from his sessions feeling like I have made progress towards my goals.
I would highly recommend Steve to anyone who is serious about improving any area of their game. Finally, Thanks Steve for not only being a great coach but also a great friend and role model”
Lewis has recently achieved a handicap of 3 and he took the decision to become a professional towards the end of this season (August 2016). The view is to introduce his game into the professional ranks in Autumn 2016 or Spring 2017 to further his development. He will be working and teaching along side me in the mean time at The Dorset Golf & Country Club and I’m sure he has lots of tips to share that he’s learnt in his journey!
With a great attitude, game and knowledge he can’t fail to be successful in the years to come, I’m excited to see what’s next!
Great job Lewis.
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Understand your faults and the work ahead to fix them
Find out which style of swing is right for you
Get a plan down on paper and work through it to achieve your goals!
In the sporting world the golf swing has a brother which could actually be described almost like an identical twin. Would you believe the closest technique to golf is the Baseball swing!
The only noticable difference between the two sports is the spine angle used for the swing which is really linked to where the ball is hit from. To hit a baseball in mid air you have to be stood up straight and to hit a golf ball off the floor for golf you need to be bent over from the waist roughly between 30 – 45 Degree’s. When it comes to the arm swing and body movements they are practically identical!
This really highlighted one thing for me, most golfers try to swing more up and down rather than more around their bodies. One of the big disadvantages of swinging up and down is that the longer clubs really wont be able to work to their full potential with the driver being the most dificult to use. If this sounds like you then there is a very simple solution swing the club like a baseball bat, around your body and not up and down!
To practice the correct swing position and movement the easiest thing to do is to make base ball practice swings.
Start by taking your normal stance and grip then lif the club up untill its level with your chest. Then swing the club around your body horizontally making sure the club head stays under shoulder height on the way back and through. This movement should give you the right feeling to make a positive change in your swing which will result in more power and consistency. Once you get the feeling bend forward and make the same movement from a golf posture (bent from the waist).
So turn your Golf swing into a Baseball swing today to hit the ball better and further!