Category Archives for Practice and Training

What Should I Do In The Junior Golf Offseason?

It’s suddenly cold in the Southeast. And while those who live in the Deep South and Southwest might well be playing regularly throughout much of the winter in relative comfort, the rest of the country

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Golf Stats for Juniors – Strokes Gained

What is the Best Way to Track Golf StatsAt a minimum juniors should be tracking basic or traditional golf stats such as fairways hit, greens in regulation (GIR), number of putts, and number of feet of

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Helping the Junor Golfer During Covid 19

This article is written exclusively for The Junior Golfer by David MacKenzie, Mental Coach and the founder of Golf State of Mind. Junior players of all ages are having to adapt to some major

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Meditation and Sport: Why Junior Golfers Should Jump On Board

 As  society evolves, and with it sport and culture and the general zeitgeist - we feel life speeding up and at the same time the pressure to keep up, step up, and stand out. The pressure on

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Home Golf Practice for Juniors

How to create a home golf practice facility for junior golfersFor aspiring junior golfers that live in climates that do not allow for year round outdoor practice, a home golf practice facility, whether

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Putting mats and chipping nets

What are the best chipping nets and the best putting mats for junior golf home practice? We create golf practice facilities at home for a variety of reasons including weather and time constraints. Having

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Mental Focus Golf Advice and Quiz

If a player can quiet their mind on the golf course they open up the channels for instinct and muscle memory to kick in. It's easier said than done, but a junior golfer who can learn to merge with the

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