Tag Archives: Peter Kostis

Still More on Jim Flick

Tuesday’s post was on my personal experience with the teaching legend, Jim Flick. Casting around for material for Wednesday’s post, I came across this article at GolfDigest.com by Roger Schiffman, “Jim Flick: “A Teacher’s Teacher.” I began reading it just … Continue reading

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Golf as a Right-Brain Work of Art

As my own golf education has progressed, I have been making the case that the less a player thinks about his swing and the more he things about his target, the better the outcome will be. But this is counterintuitive … Continue reading

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Can You Keep Believing?

There was an interesting juxtaposition at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, between Saturday’s overnight leader, Webb Simpson, and Friday night’s leader, Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey. Simpson came into the day T2…and made bogey right off the bat. And then two … Continue reading

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