1. Does Your Practice Need More Positiveness?
  2. Trillium Rose
  3. Coaching Responsibly

Does Your Practice Need More Positiveness?

Practicing a positive mindset is as important to improvement in golf as honing your swing or putting skills. Rebecca Dengler discusses the concept of positive practice and highlights steps golfers can take on the range, as well as the course, to lower their scores.

A Health and Wellness Program Geared Towards Golfers Returning from Injury

Dr. Bradley Borne has created a program that incorporates the expertise of doctors, trainers, therapists, and golf professionals, all working together to ensure a successful return to golf for individuals recovering from injury.

Trillium Rose: Engage New Students Through a Video Lesson Series

When the COVID-19 pandemic prohibited her from engaging students face to face, Trillium Rose created a means for new golfers to learn the basics of the game on their own time and in the comfort of their own homes.

Brian Jacobs – Paying it Forward During the Pandemic

Brian Jacobs has been a teacher for more than three decades, transitioning from the high school classroom to the golf lesson tee. He has been a mentor to many over the years – during the pandemic, he went even further.

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