Entries by Karl Morris

What Have You Got To Be Grateful About Today?

Karl Morris on how you can fundamentally change your perception of the game of golf forever It was a wonderful spring afternoon. The ground was beginning to dry out after a harsh and wet winter and the trees looked like they were ready to start flourishing for another year. It was easy to feel the […]

The Brainbooster – Bob Royak

Karl Morris was joined by US Senior Amateur champion Bob Royak on his Brainbooster podcast to discuss a variety of topics and how The Lost Art of Putting helped his game. Click here to listen to the podcast.

Golf Smarter – Episode 700 – Karl Morris

Why is it that we introduce putting to beginning golfers we emphasize the importance of pace vs direction, but then as we continue to play better, we then get hung up on the line? This is part two on the book “The Lost Art of Putting – Introducing the Six Putting Performance Principles”. This episode’s […]

Want to be more consistent? Stop worrying about consistency!

“If only I could play more consistent golf!” If I have heard that statement once in the past 30 years of coaching, I must have heard it a thousand times. The idea of consistency is seen as the ultimate golfing nirvana. The very quality we are led to believe we should all aspire to. Yet, […]

The secret behind McDowell’s PGA Tour comeback

It was great to see Graeme McDowell back in the winner’s circle on the PGA Tour with his one shot victory in the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship. Playing on invites alone his future on the PGA Tour had been in question. Not anymore! I started working with G-Mac again three weeks ago and it was […]

You will hit bad shots – get over them and you’ll score better

It was very interesting to hear the 2018 Open champion Francesco Molinari say what his thoughts had been during the final round of this year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. He swept to an improbable victory with a stunning 8-under-par final round to cruise through the field having been well back in the pack after three […]