JOURNEY TO THE WORLDS 2012
Ever wish you could go behind the scenes and see what it takes to win a World championship?
I filmed many of my training sessions as I prepared for the World Long Drive Championship in 2012. And the result couldn’t have been any better!
Of course when I started I had no idea what would happen at the Worlds. My goal was to document the training methods I used to get ready. These are conversations I have all the time with my students as I try to help them understand the difference between what it takes to change a swing and what it takes to perform your best in competition. They are not the same thing.
I use the term “practice” to refer to a focus on swing changes. I use the word “training” to refer to a focus on performance. I use these words very deliberately because I believe that the sooner more golfers understand the difference the sooner they will actually get better at shooting lower scores (not making a prettier swing).
In the end it was training that helped me capture my 2nd World Championship. I encourage you to watch these videos and begin to incorporate some of the training methods into your range time so that you can start seeing better results in your golf game.
This course is free. Enjoy!
About the Author
Eric Jones is a multiple award-winning PGA Class “A” teaching professional, including PGA Teacher of the Year (2014) and Horton Smith Award for Education (2016) in Northern California.
He is a former Coach at Stanford University, where he also played college golf. He holds a Masters Degree in Sport Psychology and is the author of multiple best-selling golf instruction books on Amazon.
Eric is a two-time World Long Drive Champion, LDA Tour Rookie of the Year and creator of The 5 Keys To Distance, the longest-running and most popular distance training program in golf.
Eric is a frequent Keynote Speaker, sits on the Advisory Board of multiple golf industry companies, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the JGANC (Junior Golf Association of Northern California), the oldest junior tournament organization in Northern California.
He is the founder of the Eric Jones Golf Academy as well as iGolfU, where he is a leader in the evolution of online golf instruction, training and coaching.