A 4-part course on using performance metrics and stats to manage your game and your range time.
In this course we kick off another High Performance Golf coaching session with a technique for identifying your key priorities and taking the fast-track, straight-line approach to better golf and lower scores. I’ll use my own golf game “comeback” to give you specific examples of High Performance Golf in action that will help you adapt the approach to your own game.
You will make much more progress, much faster – and start posting lower scores sooner – through the simple process of prioritizing. And, believe it or not, your score card has all the clues you’ll need to discover your priorities.
I made a quick video for you on how I prepared for the tournament and how I’m going to establish my own baseline, as well as a few additional goals.
This approach of breaking the game down and then selecting specific statistics to improve is one of the keys to high performance golf. It’s an approach that will help all players – no matter their level of play.
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.