In his latest Brain Booster podcast, Karl Morris sits down with six-time European Tour winner Simon Dyson about life on tour, what it takes to win and the necessity for rest and recovery in golf. Click here to listen.
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Karl Morris joined Mark Immelman on the On The Mark podcast to talk about the art of playing golf and elaborates on various thoughts in the book.
Karl Morris is joined by Gary Nicol and Markus Westerberg for a ‘fireside chat” about the Lost Art of Golf book and the key concepts surrounding the book.
Karl Morris was joined by former European Tour star and Sky Sports presenter Nick Dougherty on The Brain Booster podcast to discuss a variety of topics including how golf can help balance your life, his broadcasting and playing experience plus more.
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 […]
Karl Morris was joined by one of the world’s leading authorities on Skill Acquisition, Ed Coughlan.
Gary Nicol joined his fellow co-author on the Brainbooster podcast to discuss The Lost Art of Playing Golf.
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.
I recently had a wonderful conversation with Martin Hall when I interviewed him for my brain booster podcast. For those who don’t know Martin, he is a superb instructor who has received numerous awards for his teaching. What struck me above anything else was how much passion he still has to improve as a coach. […]
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 […]