Christopher’s signature Train2Trust™ programs break all the rules when it comes to how to practice effectively. Designed specifically to help you perform under pressure.
The more your practice looks like a competitive round of golf, the more the practice will transfer to the golf course. Period.
“Easy training, hard battle. Hard training, easy battle.”
–Alexander Suvorov, legendary undefeated Russian general
The brain, body and central nervous system must have time to process, digest, and assimilate newness. Rest and recovery are essential.
Accurate, relevant and timely feedback is critical to learning anything, golf being no exception.
Less than perfect shots must be viewed as fantastic learning opportunities – NOT as failures or something to be avoided.
The “inevitability of everything” must be practiced, as well. Expect nothing; prepare for everything.
Constantly changing clubs, lies, conditions, environments and situations – produces better recall, as well as the ability to handle new situations.
Learning and retention is greater, when practice is spread out over time–multiple sessions for shorter periods of time.
“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?”
– John Wooden
Nothing has been learned until it has been experienced.
Each golfer and human is a case study of one. Methods and models are nice for averages & statistical purposes (and real cop outs for teachers..) but the best way to swing a golf club and play the game, are the ways that work best for you.
Practice and play must have consequence to them – they must matter. You have to care.