The term "learning" seems to be more commonly associated with beginners.  However it is actually what golfers of all levels need more of.  Learning (in the context of golf improvement) means a change in behaviour that results in better shots and scores. 

Whether that is moving better in your swing, learning how to steepen the angle of attack for a plugged lie, or consistently making smarter on-course decisions.  All are behaviours that need to be learned.

Thus this section is arguably the most important of all this site as it gets massively under-represented, and it feeds into every aspect of the game.  We will explore subjects including:


  • Task clarity can improve your swing for free

  • How self-organisation can make technical improvements (naturally)

  • Awareness is essential to self-correction

  • Different types of practice