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PHIL BLACKMAR

PHIL BLACKMAR

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PHIL BLACKMAR
  • NO STYLE POINTS IN GOLF

    There is a fundamental difference in what it meant to have a tour card in '85 versus now. Players these days lack the urgency that playing used to require. This is due to one single factor. Hear how it negatively and positively impacts the players.

  • CONCENTRATION

    If you could slow down the world for a better shot, would you?

  • ROLE OF THE TEACHER

    Ben Hogan knew the power of insecurity. How is golf enjoyable when there is so much nervousness and fear? You enjoy the fear when you have learned to turn that into greater performance.

  • EXPERIMENT

    Know what to keep and know what to let go of. Enough said. Experiment.

  • HOW THE TOUR CHANGED

    Looping the club is a way to get the momentum of the clubhead out in front of your body. If you let the club fall behind your hands then you are looping incorrectly. Here's how Joe looped the club using his arms and hands.

  • FOCUS AND RELAX

    Joe would encourage you to determine path by "setting the shoulders." While keeping your hands and everything else the same, modify path by adjusting your shoulders.

  • ENJOY THE FEAR

    Joe made use of the quadrants in order to help you set up to the ball. This helped you to aim straight or, if you erred, kept you from hitting over the top.

  • BLACKMAR ON OUTLIERS

    Joe's practice swing was something he prescribed to most all of his students. This trained you to move the club in sync with your body and how to keep the weight of the ball in front of you as opposed to falling behind.